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Carol asks:
I have fine, very straight hair and am 54 years old. I also have a square face shape. I don't have any idea what would look best for my face shape that won't look flat and lifeless. Please give me some suggestions.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Take a look on the Style Gallery there are lotís of Styles you can always print a few off and take them along to the Salon when you go for your Consultation and let the Stylist help choosing what will work best, even some colour might help with the look and for body or maybe itís time for a new hairdresser?

Vicki asks:
I have a very round face and quite voluminous wavy hair. I would really like to have a short layered crop but Iím not sure whether this would be right for my face shape or whether it would work with the body that my hair has?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Yes this could work well provided you keep the sides short and close and have slightly longer layers and texture through the top - this would create the illusion of an oval shaped face. Also donít worry about the wave, as wavy hair is far better than straight hair when you go short. Just make sure you have great colour to really show it off.

Emily asks:
I stopped using straighteners a good 6 or 7 months ago and only do it occasionally, I have always conditioned my hair and looked after it using heat protector when I straighten it, and I have never blow dried it more often than for special occasions. But within the past 6 months I have wiry curly, kinky strands that look and feel completely different to the rest of it, there are also patches where it is worse with tighter curly bits and tiny corkscrew bits. My hair is naturally thick and wavy and I generally just leave it natural with a bit of gloss. However my fringe is worst affected which I straighten more often but not since Christmas and it is getting worse! I love my hair and I just cannot work out where I am going wrong! Anybody got any ideas? Is it heat damage? Or can stress cause this type of reaction

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Stress can be a major factor in hair conditions. When your body is feeling something, it will let you know some how and hair can definitely be affected. ...More >

The worst think you can do is worry about it, it could make it worse.

But please remember you hair can change in texture, colour and amount due to stress or illness. I would recommend seeing a good Tricologist (Hair Expert) there are some on the site here. But some one needs to see you personally.

Go visit them and they will be able to give you excellent advice and remove your worries

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