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Louise asks:
I would like quite a funky hairstyle for my prom. But my hair is layered and is quite thin. It comes just below my shoulders and is mid brown. Please can you suggest some hairstyles which you think would suit my hair?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Find a good hairdresser, get yourself a great hairpiece and get them to put your hair into a tight or loose ponytail. Put the hairpiece on top and accessorise with some fab pearls/ beads. Go for it!

Helena asks:
I am getting married in May, my hair is Strawberry Blonde or Ginger! But very fine and I want to wear it loose and curly. Should I go for natural curl or tonged for definition? Also do you think it would look too false with a hairpiece adding more fullness?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
As a fellow redhead there is no holding back on your crowning glory. If your wedding is bohemian and casual you could use the natural curl in your hair to go with the vibe. Using small fresh flowers will finish off the look. If your style is more dramatic go for a more finished look. Instead of using regular tongs try straighteners twisted down the hair for a modern take. False hair is great. Just find a great hairdresser that can put it in for you so you feel really confident. Have a trial to see how you feel.

Good luck

Karen Turtill asks:
We are thinking of using hairpieces for a blessing service for myself and my two daughters. Would you recommend them and if so can you advise the best way to fix them.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Use a hair piece that is attached to a banana clip these are the easiest to use.

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