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Fiona asks:
I have super straight, long, auburn hair which is in need of a restyle at the moment. I fancy going for a style with a fringe so that if I choose to tie it back there is still a bit of interest round my face, however, I have a very round face shape, are there any long styles with fringes that would work?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
What might work really well with your face shape is a reasonable light soft fringe. Make sure the fringe is not cut too far back, or too blunt as this will accentuate the roundness in your face.

You could also consider having some long layers put through to add a little body and texture to your style.





Cheryl asks:
I am a young looking 60 year old female. My hair appears to be 90% grey at the roots, I have colored my hair for years. My natural colour mixed in with the grey is medium brown, I have my hair colored a little lighter than medium brown with lighter high lights, I am ok with the colour, my hair is fine. I cannot wear my hair flat on top, it does not look good, every hair cut I get I hate, My hair is problem 5 inches on top and 3-4 on the sides and back, I backcomb it gently, can you suggest a good style for me?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Lets start with the colour first. From what you have explained the colour sounds about right considering your natural colour and grey. You could go lighter, as this will mean the roots do not show so obviously and quickly, but be careful not to go too light.

Cut wise I would consider going a little shorter on the top, as this will help you achieve more volume. You could also ask your hairdresser about the possibility of having some form of root/body perm. This will help give your hair more body and the appearance of thickness.







Saadia asks:
I am 18 years old girl and I lost my hair from the top head and day by day I lose my hair regularly

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Your hair has a way of telling you if your body is in balance. However stress can threaten to overwhelm us as a product of modern day life Stress can be defined in a variety of ways such as: Feeling bad due to troubles beyond your control, mind and body changes and ongoing worry. ...More >

When theses issues are not properly managed then this starts to affect your appetite, your nourishment levels are low and the tell tale signs manifest themselves through various aspects of your body.

Your hair is one of the first places your body shows distress. Illness, medication and imbalances in nutrition all show up in you hair and scalp. Even aspirins and over the counter allergy pills or cold tablets can have a negative effect on your hair, especially if your hair is chemically treated with colour or a permanent rinse.

Before you can start to really treat your hair externally, you need to start treating yourself internally such as having fun, relaxing, physical activity and even learning to breath. Or talking to someone you can trust to keep your confidence and offer unbiased advice. Good sleep, a good diet to include foods rich in vitamins B, A and C

Once you start to feel better inside, and your appetite returns, you will find that your hair will become healthier.

With regards to hair enhancement, if the top of your hair is really thin and is affecting your confidence to go out, I recommend the ‘crowning glory hair enhancement system’

This could be used in the interim until your hair grows back nice and strong.





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