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Carla asks:
Do you have any different styles of long hair to do for my wedding?

The Dream QueensAnswered By:
The Dream Queens
Long hair just perfect for weddings! You can go really structured and ultra glam or keep it more natural and boho. We love the really voluminous styles - think Dolce Gabbana or Paul Smith A/W catwalk or Cat Deeley...gorgeous big hair with a slight movement. If your hair is fine simply add a few extensions for added volume! Accessories are also very popular this season - Johnny Loves Rosie and Accessories have a wonderful selection which are perfect for brides. Think of a soft natural waves and a beautiful large flowered hair grip in the side for that Joss Stone sexiness.





Jean asks:
I am 62. Have short fine fair hair. Good condition now. No perm for 1 year but would like something gentle to make hair look thicker and easier to style. Also have fine highlights. What sort of perm would you recommend.

Anthony HollandAnswered By:
Anthony Holland
I think a root perm would be the best option this gives a bit of a kick at the roots which gives the hair body. Also try styling your hair different like changing the parting or direction you wear your hair. This can also effect how thick your hair can look. You would probably be best asking your hairdresser about the styles as she will be able to help you more.







Gemma Waites asks:
I have very fine hair and find it hard to find a style but I am a bridesmaid very soon and I would like a updo what would you recommend.

The Dream QueensAnswered By:
The Dream Queens
If you hair is fine and you would like to wear it up, then we would suggest that you do not wash your hair on the day as it will be too soft to stay up. Wash it the evening before instead and do not use an intensive conditioner as again, it will be too soft. Also, whilst styling apply a root thickening product to give your hair some oomph. Gentle backcombing is another trick to give your hair that much needed grip. If you visit a hairdresser, they may be able to thicken your hair with a hairpiece that blends to your own hair colour - its a great cheat!





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