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Emma asks:
My hair is very straight, fine and greasy but always seems to have these short fluffy hairs sticking straight up from my parting which look awful. What can I use to tame them without making my hair even more greasy and flat?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Please, please do not complain about the short hairs sticking up around your parting, Emma, they are almost certainly new hairs. New hairs will be growing all over your scalp to replace the ones you lose every day, but they are more obvious near the parting as they have a better opportunity to stick up freely rather than being forced flat to the scalp by longer, older hairs. A light styling aid, one without oil or silicone so as to prevent your hair becoming oilier, will allow them to lay flat if that is what you want.

Dawn asks:
I have very fine medium length blonde hair and was wondering if you could advise me on a type of style I could go for? I have a longish face and I would like something that is easy to do in a morning.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
You could have a textured haircut that would come onto your cheekbones and also around your face to bring softness onto your face and give your total look more balance. I would also advise you to have some colour of a couple of shades. You could have some lowlights of a shade darker than your natural colour and also some lighter highlights through the top of your style. This again would give a beautiful textured look that with the use of styling products you should simply dry your hair, apply a small amount of product and then you are ready to go!

Lisa asks:
I have light blonde highlighted hair which I have to straighten everyday I have been doing this for years and now my hair has snapped so it looks like I have a fringe which really does not suit me, how can I disguise this and how can I stop using my straightners I cannot just not use them because my hair is kinky and frizzy

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Head bands are a fantastic way to get full on sophistication and glamour with very little effort. Its also a great way of disguising a growing out a fringe or broken snapped off hair at the front! A variation of the 1860s Bardot look, head bands can be used to create big hair and big sex appeal! The band acts to create the illusion of fullness at the roots pushing hair back away from the face , making the hair kick out from underneath. Headbands will automatically transform your look from plain Jane to va va voom volume! A great tip for creating a frizz free voluminous, high glamour look is to put your locks in big velcro rollers when it is dry. Blast your hair all over with a hot hair dryer and leave in for twenty mins. Give your hair a fine mist of hairspray all over; try Hold Tight (£3.99 for 250ml). When that has dryed remove the curlers and brush it out using a product like Messed Up Spray Wax (£4.49 for 150ml) which stops your hair from frizzing and gives it a slightly messy look. You can also use Poker Straight Dehumidifier (£4.99 for 200ml) to stop fuzzy waves. To control flyaway hair, spray a comb with hairspray and run it through your hair or simply spray some Shine Head Shine Spray (£4.49 for 200ml) over your hair for the ultimate glass like effect. Then simply push the headband from the front of your hair to the back ensuring that it is set quite far back to open up your face and so it is less severe. Lastly back away from the straighteners - give your hair a break!! If you have a bend in your hair you should try my new product called Babewave styling crème - you apply it to your hair whilst its damp and let your hair dry naturally and it will give you that tousled look - it contains sea salt to define and keep any frizziness in check. Unless you do this now your hair is going to get worse and start breaking every where else to - remember to give your hair lots if TLC with treatments too!

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