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Jasmine asks:
I have fine, limp, greasy hair. It is highlighted at the moment, and I want to change the colour to a darker shade, but also the style. I have to use products like hairspray and wax and thickening spray, otherwise it looks terrible. What colour would you recommend, and what style, bearing in mind all I have told you and my face is fairly long and oval-shaped, with a high forehead. My colouring is medium-fair with some freckles, and my eyes are green.

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
If you want to go dark then I would suggest opting for a warm tone which will compliment your eyes such as the stunning caramel tones sported by actress and singer Mandy Moore. A semi permanent colour would be ideal as this is lighter and will help in boosting body and shine. In terms of styling, increase body and movement in your locks by taking your hair shorter, adding layers to give it shape and texture.

Molly asks:
How can I stop my hair from being so flat? It is long and thick which makes it heavy. I like the length but the longer it is the heavier it is and it is so hard to stop it from looking so flat against my head.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
It is a problem but you are still well blessed if you have a good head of thick hair! The only long term solution is to have some of the weight taken out of your hair by having some long layers through your hair. You can still keep your length but it will make your hair easier to style. I would also have some highlights through your hair as this tends to soften hair and make it easier to get body into.

Elaine asks:
I have just past shoulder length hair but it is very fine. I am a police officer so wear a hat a lot! This makes my hair go as flat as a pancake so I have grown it so I can put it in a ponytail, it does mean when I take my hat off it still looks ok, but as its so fine it just looks a little straggly when down, any suggestions as to how I could have it cut into a shape and still put it up?

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
Having layers incorporated into a hairstyle is a great way to create shape, body and movement in lifeless locks. Ask your stylist to cut internal shorter panels into your hair to enhance volume and build style. Ensure your hairdresser maintains weight at the ends to give the illusion of thickness, helping you to achieve a wearable style after a long day at work.

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