|Louise asks: |
I have dark blonde fine hair and an oval/long face. What style would best suit? I seem to spend my life asking the hairdressers who just suggests the same thing. Long bob with bits cut around my face. I have had that since I was 11! I have a high forehead and my hair looks a bit thin at the scalp.
Just would love a style that looks chunky and fun!
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Itís always hard to advice without seeing someone face to face but by the sounds of what you have described you could try having the back graduated and then sloping down at the sides. Then also have some long layers cut throughout to create a little body. This basically is a graduated layered bob, and I would also suggest keeping some form of fringe also.
|Chelsea asks: |
I have naturally straight and wavy hair, straight on the top layers and wavy on the bottom layers. Its length is about 3 inches past my shoulders, though I have really short layers also. I tease it and
round brush the top layers to give it lots of body and a very airy
look. Its base color is brown, but I also have really blonde peak a boo highlights throughout my hair and two red streaks in the midst of my fringe and face frame. Now, I plan to dye my entire hair blonde, however I do not know what shade to choose. Also, I want to put red peak a boo highlights throughout it. My dilemma is first, I do not want to put the peak a booís in the same places, they are in chunks that you can only see amidst my tease at the moment, but I do not know what to do with them?
Second, I want to put another colour in my hair also, just I do not
know what color and where. Third, sick of my hair shape I was hoping for a more sweet look, rather than this ice cream cone shape, though I still would like to tease it. Also, I will not go shorter longer or the same length are the only options. I know this is a lot and if you can help I would be so thankful.
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Wow you certainly want to do a lot!!
Obviously it is very difficult to give the correct advice over an email without seeing your hair, face shape, skin tones etc. What I would suggest is booking a free consultation with a hairdresser before committing to anything, this way you will be more likely to get the end result you are after. ...More >
My concern regarding the colour is that you already have colour in your hair and going blonde may require you having some form with bleach which will dry your hair out, and I would want to make sure your hair is strong enough to withstand this process.
|Hani asks: |
I have got very bad frizz in my hair it actually developed after my use of Isotretinoin for 8 months for acne cure. I regularly use a good shampoo and a conditioner for dry frizzy hair but it isnít helping me much. No hairstyle is visible in my hair due to this frizz. Could you please tell me some product that is the ultimate to take care of frizz!
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Every other week add a little drop of baby oil into a warm bath. Bathe for a while and soak your whole hair in the water. Do not rinse out. When you get out the bath, towel dry your body and hair and comb through leave to dry naturally. This at first will feel strange because you will be left with a residue all over especially your hair and you may not feel clean, however this will add moisture not only too your now frizzy hair but also your body. Do this for about a month.
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