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Rach asks:
I have very fine blonde hair and I have tried so hard to make it look thicker. It's naturally straight Ė if I curl it the curls only lastís for about an hour. At the moment it's shoulder length with a side sweeping fringe. I lift the roots when I blow dry, I've tried backcombing the crown but I can never give it any height, I've tried using rollers but my hair ends up looking too short. I always use mousse and hairspray but my hair is always left looking limp. How can I get more body without it changing the length?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Try using Joico Joi Whip, itís like a mousse but thicker and very creamy you donít need to use a lot when using, and do not over blow your hair when drying. Then use electric rollers and let them cool right down before taking out, then just finger the curls to loosen them up, donít over work the curls, then use a little hair spray.

Rachel asks:
I have a halter neck dress what style do you think I should wear my hair is past my shoulders all up or front up and sides and the back left down.

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
If you want to expose your back, as I imagine you would having chosen the dress, I would go for drama and sweep the hair up and away to really define the design. You could leave a few pieces down for softness around the face.

Sue asks:
What type of hair cut would be good for thin, fine and curly hair?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
This is one is a bit tricky because there are a number of styles you could wear. The one style that will not work is if you grow your hair too long or the layers are one length. ...More >

This is because it will make your hair look and feel finer and pull the curl out.

I often find a well cut bob with some long layers is an ideal shape for your type of hair.

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