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Emma asks:
I have a strong natural kink at the front of my hair which forces it into a centre parting and won't hold a fringe or any other parting. Hairdressers have tried everything but the centre parting just makes my very flat, fine hair look even more lifeless. What are my options?

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
The fringe needs to be cut deep enough to weigh down the kink. You can also try putting a little pre style spray at roots then put point nozzle of dryer directly on to roots only. Blast with heat while holding fringe tightly with fingers or a thermo bristle brush. This will flatten root out completely. Or, if suitable for your face shape you could wear your hair back off your face, this would simply solve the problem.

Amanda asks:
I am at my wits end. I have really fine dark blonde hair. Around the front it never grows more than 3-4" before ceasing to grow anymore. I have quite a square face wider at the lower jaw. I am looking for a colour and style that will flatter my shape and also give the appearance of volume.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I think the best way to use colour in finer hair is to use contrast to give the appearance of lighter hair. By adding two different colours you give the impression of thickness as the lighter colour will appear closer to the eye and the darker colour further away, this illusion creates volume. A round shaped layer with graduation coming on to your face starting just above the jaw line, some length to be kept at back so when you tuck your hair behind ears there is still some hair to balance jawline, a slightly sweeping fringe could also work, your layers should give you more volume especially around the crown area.

Zoe asks:
I have long fine hair which is straight on top then gets curler from the ears down, however there is loads of hair so it looks quite thick. My problem is that it gets very flyway whether it is wavy or straightened and just ends up with lots of different flyway hairs all over the place with no definition or sleekness.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Flyaway hair can be a problem, but it can be tamed simply by spritzing some hairspray onto your hairbrush or comb before brushing through your hair. Do not use too much though or your hair may get sticky. Try my Flick Tease styling spray, which is perfect for keeping your hair in place without clogging your locks! For added sleekness, you could always try applying a serum, such as my Poker Straight Glistening Balm. Apply to your hair before blow-drying ... that way you can be sure your hair will always be soft, smooth and fly-a-way free!

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