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Jacqui asks:
I have very short hair. I recently let it grow out a bit so my hairdresser could cut it very short one side longer on the other with a long sweeping fringe. Very Frankie from the Saturdayís! When he was styling it he did something with straighteners that made it curl and even though I got him to show me I canít replicate it. I think it may be to do with my straighteners they are not ceramic. Could this be the case or will I have a better result with a curl wand, tongs or slim rollers? My hair is very straight and fine naturally so have never had to invest in a good pair of straighteners!

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
This is not your straighteners so no need to buy any more. All this will take is a little practice and you will crack this styling technique very quickly.

Anthony asks:
I have an aunty who really wants to have her hair permed and although she used to get perms her hair is now very fine, soft and flyaway almost like baby hair. Would you recommend a perm? She just wants it to hold her set longer.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
A perm could work yes but maybe try a soft perm to see how it lasts and for how long.

Molly asks:
Iím thinking of getting my hair permed for the first time, but want to know what types there are, and if itís worth me going for one at all. Iíve got medium length, thick but quite fine, un-dyed hair, which is in really good condition (I hardly ever use heat styling/styling products and condition it regularly). But it basically has no style at all, no layers, nothing. Iíve curled (heat and roller) my hair in the past, and it holds shape brilliantly, but I never have the amount of time it takes to style regularly. Iím hoping that a perm would be "self-maintaining" or close enough. Is there a type of perm which gives loose curls (not 80ís corkscrews), wonít do too much damage, and will help? And do I even have the right type of hair? Thank you!

James TetlowAnswered By:
James Tetlow
Going for big change is always an exciting time. As a client with no colour or perm your hair is a perfect blank canvass to work on. To get the look you want the consultation is the most important part of the whole process. Consultations are usually free in most salons so take advantage if you have a regular stylist book to speak to them and also visit new salons sometimes a different opinion on your hair and new look could be what you need. > Take plenty of pictures with you as help to explain what you want to achieve. There are alternatives to the 80ís corkscrew and your stylist will explain what these are. A good tip is to ask for your hair to be cut first this is great for the condition of the hair and can also encourage any natural movement in the hair. Hope the advice can be of help in achieving your new look good luck

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