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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.





Christina asks:
I have very thick hair, with long layer cut in the back, layered to my face in the front with side bangs, I am naturally a brunette and want to dye it brown with burgundy low lights and dark blonde highlights what do you think? My eyes are blue and skin is olive.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think a deep chestnut brown with deep and fine amber highlights would be much better, forget the blonde.







Orna asks:
Iím writing on behalf of my friend, before I begin I must say he has amazing hair - its between his shoulder blades and his shoulders and really suits him, but it is in a bad condition and he doesnít know why because he conditions it and I have never known him to blow dry it. Recently his hair has been looking increasingly split and an ongoing problem is this strange thing where if he so much as sleeps on it or touches it, it becomes horribly knotty and the knots simply wonít come out, and if you touch his hair when it is wet it makes the problem so much worse. Itís kind of frizzy and flyaway but quite fine and there is a lot of it! Itís very fragile he is half Greek half; white Caucasian if this helps you with a solution for his type of hair? He will get it trimmed an inch or two but wouldnít cut any more off. At the minute it is one length, he says he doesnít want layers but obviously if this helps then I guess he would consider it, his hair is long and very big and he wouldnít want to change that aspect of it, just the condition, knotting and the frizz.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
The best thing to do is to make sure that he uses a leave in conditioner. Such as razzamatazz bio plus leave in conditioner. It will keep the hair detangled. Make sure that he uses it liberally underneath where it will get most tangled.





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