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Sunny asks:
Hi, I turn 21 in a few days and I have been wanting to do something different with my hair. I have extremely fine and extremely thin hair. It has a natural loose curl (a little more than just a wave but not a full curl). My natural hair colour is a very light ashy brown with natural ashy blonde highlights. Right now, it is a dark ashy brown colour. Itís somewhat long in length, about 3 inches past my shoulders. I like the look of having length for my face shape but the hair is just so fine and thin it almost looks stringy. I want to do something different. I like the length and I like the colour, Iím just sort of bored with it. Problem is, I have no clue what I should do.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Sunny, I suggest you have a few inches off the length, have it shaped round you face slightly and have some very fine babylights to brighten and thicken up the whole look! Happy Birthday too x





Aleksandar asks:
Hello, I have very thin hair. I am guy in 20ís and it irritates me very much. I am not totally bald but my hair is very thin and in some light it looks pretty ugly. I want to colourise my hair and scalp so that my hair looks thicker. Which hair dye should i use? My skin and hair are very sensitive.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Aleksandar, may I suggest you have a trim, use a protein shampoo and perhaps take a supplement to improve the quality of your hair!
As far as colour goes there are so many to choose from but I would try frost matching a scalp powder to your current colour, these are normally a formula created with clay and sheep wool fibres, you shake them into the area you want volume and texture and the fibres lay on your scalp to give a thicker fuller look. Try blow drying your hair as well as a good hair care and style regime does help improve the look of fine hair. The brand of fibre I like best is called Topik hair fibres, good luck.







vanina asks:
Iím wondering if itís possible to have layers without having a layered or feathered look at the very front. I donít really like the feathered look but I love choppy edgy layers.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Vanina, Yes it is possible to have a more choppy look rather than feathery, but if your hair is very fine make sure you explain that you donít want too much layering round the front. Good luck





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