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Gina asks:
I have fine hair and its very scraggy and layered I want a complete make over colour and cut. I was thinking of a blunt cut should I start growing my layers out? I have a Mediterranean skin colour any advice?

Martin HillierAnswered By:
Martin Hillier
Well Gina, sounds like a plan to me! Great choice when you have unruly finer hair a strong blunt shape will look fabulous! But donít feel you have to suffer as you move towards your goal; your hairdresser will be able to start getting a solid shape with a little graduation into the exterior shape of your hair cut, as you grow the layers out. Itís a great way to transition and still feel stylish. As for your skin tone and colour. It sounds like you have an olive skin tone, so warmer reds, chocolate browns would all help to enhance a strong shape. But as always consult with your local professionals for advice and swatches, so you can see the choices for yourself.





Livvy asks:
Iím 16 and my Dad is getting me hair extensions because I have very fine, flat hair at the top of my head, but at the sides it is quite thick and we wondered if this would balance it out? Also do you have any tips on how to create volume on top after my extensions, as I have quite a small forehead so the thickness at the sides makes my face look very triangular and round.

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Hi Livvy - If the stylist applies the extensions correctly, they should blend in. To create volume on the top, use a side parting, Use a volumizing product with a large boar bristle brush, and lift the brush straight up when drying your hair. You might attempt to back comb or tease the hair to create volume.







Reny asks:
I am an Asian gal and my hair is fine and weak. I have more curls in front and a bit straight at the back. I want to go for straightening using perm solution, does it damage my hair?

Rafael RosasAnswered By:
Rafael Rosas
Do a series of reconstructor treatments before you do the straightening service. I suggest before you do the straightening service, do a strand test first. Get a small amount of your hair and do the service on that piece only. If the hair is normal, then continue with the service on the rest of the hair.





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