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Claire asks:
I am 23 and have very thick wavy hair, which is also frizzy. I really want to get a short cut a bit like Frankie from the Saturdays but am worried that it will be really puffy or it won’t straighten as well. I have it just above my shoulders at the moment and it styles fine but I want something that is easier and quicker to style. Do you think the short style would be suitable?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Often, if you have hair that is prone to frizz and fly-aways- going for a really short cut isn’t a great idea- simply because the weight in the cut, which keeps the hair from frizzing outwards and upwards, is removed. If your hair is already shoulder length I would suggest sticking with a mid-length cut with shorter layers. This will take some of the bulk out of your hair, making you cut look sleeker and lighter, but maintaining enough length to keep the frizz level under control.

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Anonymous asks:
I have one question for you. I have been using Wellastarte to straighten and calm the curl in my hair but I am afraid if I use it too often I will be bald or experience hair loss. At the moment I use it every 3 weeks, is that ok? Thank you in advance

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
My advice is that I certainly wouldn’t use any more often than that.

Really you should be using it between 4-6 weeks, but if your hair is thick and strong and providing you keep your hair well conditioned you should be fine.

Tina asks:
I am an Asian with naturally black hair with a brown tinge to it. I have a shoulder-length layered hair with a side fringe. I want to get highlights, what colour would suit me best (my skin is naturally tanned with a yellow undertone)? And for an oval face shape, what type of highlighting would be best?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Your hair sounds gorgeous as it is but?

I would recommend soft tones of copper or toffee blonde. Given that your hair is layered I would ensure you have fine weaved sections to ensure you keep a soft natural look. ...More >

DO NOT be tempted to have them placed on the top sections around your parting otherwise you will always see the re growth coming through every 4-6 weeks.

Only have them applied 2" below your parting and the remaining hair below this. This will give you a beautiful natural effect that will last and prevent you from having to return to the salon for upkeep.

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