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P McCarron asks:
Hairstyle suitable for really fine hair?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Ask your hairdresser for a chunky style - jaw/mid length is best as growing it longer can make it look spindly. Think Kirsten Dunst her fine hair always looks perfect. Or, you can go down the fake root with Racoon hair extensions as these are a great way to get an instant thickness boost - a few carefully placed partial extensions around the crown area will give the impression of extra volume. Plus, fine hair can really benefit from colouring as the colour molecule sits inside the cortex (hair shaft) and swells it so that colouring can make fine hair feel much bulkier. You may also like to consider restructuring the hair. It is not actually a perm with curls but more of a wave and body effect. Your hair is set on very large rollers to give some bounce to your hair.





pkeenan asks:
I previously coloured my hair and it was fine except in some parts the blonde was a little on the ginger side, so today I put in light ash blonde........my hair has turned a green/greyish colour!

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
It is really hard to advise you without knowing what your natural base colour is. The fact that the blonde went ginger in the first place suggests to me that you are naturally quite dark. Please do yourself a favour and book yourself into a reputable colourist to get it sorted out. Colouring is a precise science and this is why we always say its best left to the experts!







Kim asks:
I am mixed white and black African race so have shoulder length very tight curly hair. It is fine, in good condition, but not coarse and only coloured once. I usually twist it into sections but it just looks like little springs all over, anything else turns out to be a variation on the Afro. A style I have sported a long time, I would like to have bigger curls, as I am so bored with my not very versatile hair. I have heard of texturizing, but would it be better to get a perm? I am desperate for a change.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You can actually take larger sections to give you bigger twists, or you could have it permed on large rods to soften out your curls. A non-chemical hair relaxer will also relax your curls without permanently making your hair straight.





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