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Tabby asks:
I have a round-oval face and quite straight, fine, thick hair. My current style is what used to be a longer take on the bob style, but itís growing out now and looks a bit awkward and boring. Iíd really like a drastic cut, just to shake things up. Iíve been considering having a "boy-short" style, with longer layers at the top to keep things feminine. The only problem is because of bad mistakes in the past, I really donít like putting product in my hair and usually just dry it upside-down every morning. So considering all this, should I go for it, or just have my old bob cut back?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
If you were to have your hair cut into a shorter style, I donít have a concern with it suiting you but the irony to having shorter hair is you do have to spend time styling it, where as a bob is a very quick to look after.

I would strongly recommend booking a free consultation with your hairdresser, and take some magazine photos of styles you like so they can see your thoughts.





Katie asks:
My hair is shoulder length with a fringe, short layers and a double crown. I want to grow my hair longer but I donít know if it would suit my oval face and whether my hair would look too flat- as I have very fine straight hair. Do you have any suggestions for styles that may suit me, and whether I could wear my hair long?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
In theory as the ideal face shape is oval, most styles will suit. Because your hair is fine you might want to keep some layers, as one length hair inevitably makes the style look flatter. An excellent product to use would be Sebastianís Thickefy foam.







Emilia asks:
I have lots of fine hair, its shoulder length and I have a large forehead with an egg shaped face. What style would you recommend?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Getting the colour right could be the right place to start. Having your hair graduated rather than layered is the way to go with your hair type. Find a great hairdresser and have a good consultation for the best results.





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