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John asks:
I have baby fine thinning hair that I wear very short. My Stylist textures it with scissors when he cuts it. But I still need to put product on it so that it doesnít just lay flat. Everything I have tried gel, paste, in the tiniest bit ends up oozing down my scalp onto my forehead causing my forehead to breakout. Do you have any suggestions as to what I could use? Have you ever seen this before?

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
It does sound like youíre having a terrible time with your hair products! One of the things that you learn when youíre on a shoot is that less is more as far as products are concerned. When you have models under hot photographic lights you canít have product dripping down their faces! I would recommend using a tiny amount of something very powerful, such as Fudge Hair Shaper and working a tiny amount through your hair. If that does not work, then you could even try using a tiny amount of hairspray to keep you hair in place. Again remember less is more, and go for a non-shiny type so that it is not too obvious you have product in your hair!

Nadey asks:
My natural hair colour is black. I have dyed it brown, and then black again in the last 2 years. And now I want to go try a different shade of brown, but my hairdresser said she wonít dye my hair as she canít put colour on colour. Is their no other way to have my hair coloured?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
I would suggest asking your stylist if they could place fine woven foil highlights 1 or 2 shades lighter than your base tone. Once this has been done you could have a semi permanent colour applied over your whole head which would give the effect of going slightly lighter. This would be multi tonal but it would look very natural and give you the result you are looking for.

Beki asks:
I'm a 22 year old artist and aspiring Designer and I need help! I have very fine textured hair and it is thin it always just lays flat. I love texture in hair so I perm it, I want to grow it out but am told not to because it will look stringy and flat. I am not sure what to do. I have a square face shape and a high forehead so I need a bang. I donít have a lot of time to spend on styling it, I donít mind spending half and hour but on a day to day basis I donít have time. I would love to know what you think I should do. What size of rods would work for me and also what length would work for it.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
It is very difficult giving accurate information without seeing you, but, I will do my best.

As your hair is fine and you like your curl result/volume it gives you should look at having another curling technique in the curl process. ...More >

I would not use a rod or perm roller. I would pin curl wrap small sections in opposite directions each time to give a natural textured look. Apply a small plastic grip and apply lotion.

By applying this curling technique you will get more volume easier, as the curls work against each other when styling giving a softer more natural look than being wound around a roller.

Give your bang a soft curl or movement also as this will add to the finished look. Do not allow it to grow too long as this will make your styling much harder. I would grow it just below jaw length, BUT DO not have your perimeter outer shape strong club cut as this will emphasize your square face shape. Instead have disconnection around the perimeter (outer shape) that falls longer to give you an unstructured shape on the length. With movement this looks fantastic.

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