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Marie asks:
I have medium brown coloured hair, with a side fringe. It is shoulder length and it flicks out at the ends like a hairstyle from the 60s, which I really hate. I try straightening it but it is layered at the top so little bits stick out. I am quite short and I have a heart shaped face I donít think long hair would suit me, what kind of hairstyle do you think would suit me.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It is very difficult to say what would suit you without seeing a photo of you and your hair. But I would say that any length can suit anyone - but it must be cut to your face and hair type. If you are short long big hair just makes you look shorter. So if you went for longer hair keep it flatter. Look at Danni Minogue - she is just 5 ft and looks great with longer hair. Sorry I canít be more helpful





Haley asks:
I have been getting my hair coloured at a salon for years now. I am fully grey at this point and now my hair is very frizzy. I go to a decent salon, but I would like to know if the texture of my very frizzy hair is from the colour, or from the grey. I have the roots covered every three weeks

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Think back to younger days. Was your hair curly and frizzy on a very humid day? I think itís just how your hair is and always will be, your grey will be coarser and colour will dry it out. Only you can decide if you want to go grey all over and help out with the dryness. But remember being grey will add a few years onto your looks.







Jenny asks:
Can you advise me how to refresh my salon permanent colour by topping it up with a temporary at-home toner every three or four weeks to keep the depth of colour and shine? My hairdresser uses L'oreal Diacolor Dark Blonde as the toner. How long would I leave it on? Are there any tips you can give me? My hair has been coloured for many years and is in good condition.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Don't do it. The best advice I could give you is to go see your stylist and ask his/her advice. They may be able to offer you a temporary colour or coloured mousse from the salon. If they do not have this service themselves then they should be able to better guide you with what to recommend. The reason for suggesting the above is that I do not want to recommend something to you that could potentially affect your colour result when you next visit the salon.





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