|Jennie asks: |
I have really fine hair that is also thinning. I want to have a style that will be easy to look after but also appear fuller. I have a square shaped face so itís hard to find styles that look ok. Please help.
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Square shaped faces often have characteristics that include an angular jaw, so try styles with long, soft layers towards the top of the head to draw the eye away from the bottom of your face, creating an instant disguise. You can soften a square face with waves and curls, which will give the appearance of a bouncy and voluminous cut. Whether you opt for a long or short style, try not to go too short or too long Ė a couple of inches below or above the chin is ideal. Wispy layers will soften a square face and add height at the top of the head making your face look longer. To make hair appear fuller, try adding a few short layers to increase volume. Off-centre partings will give your hairstyle a bit of an edge and also look great backcombed for extra height.
|Julie Green asks: |
Please can you give me some advice. My hair used to be a lot thicker than it is now, I foolishly let a hairdresser loose with thinning scissors on my hair about a year ago and it has never recovered. It is all different lengths, I used to have a lovely one length bob but coming down longer at the front, now because of all the different lengths (and admittedly straightening irons) the hair at the sides does not grow and has snapped off half way down! I am desperate to get back the full thick looking bob I used to have, now no matter what thickening shampoo and products I use my hair remains flat and lifeless, please, please can you give me some suggestions of styles that I could try? I thought about having a drastic short bob and starting again but again, I donít know if this would work.
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Start by having the haircut back into a bob, invest in some professional shampoo and conditioner for fine to normal hair rather than thickening ones. Make sure your eating a varied diet and perhaps start taking a supplement specific for hair. It takes a long time to grow out the effects of the thinning so best to have a clean slate. Also invest in a straightening iron with temperature control that way you will do far less damage to your hair with heat.
|Sarah Beasley asks: |
My hair is shoulder length, is thinning, breaking and has a mind of its own. I have to wash it everyday because of the state it is when I get up and use hair straighteners as it goes crazy, it also even after straightening when I go out is affected by any weather condition, please any suggestions?
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I always say to people as a first instant with any hair concern whatís your diet like? It really does make a difference to have a healthy diet. The second thing is the shampoo and conditioner you use, make sure itís for fine hair and the conditioner is a very light detangling one and that you comb it through before rinsing. ...More >
Do you have straightening irons with temp control, if so please get some advice on the correct temp for your hair as many times people are using the irons on a temperature much to high and causing excessive damage.
There are some great finishing products available that have humidity blockers use one of those after styling. Have a good trim and do all of the above and Iím certain you will see a difference very quickly.
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