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Sophia asks:
I have really curly and thick hair but I want to get a bob cut, but I am not sure if it would look right, or if it would be poofy all of the time.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I think it could be nice. Just remember curly hair shrinks when you dry it, so go for a long BOB and make sure you use a product without alcohol in it and one that weighs it down and lots of conditioner - a leave-in one, and use a sculpting lotion Joico makes both and they are great to work with.

Sam asks:
What would be a good hairstyle for a person with a really large forehead?

Gina AkersAnswered By:
Gina Akers
A fringe can be a good way of disguising a larger forehead. You do not have to go for a full fringe, sometimes a sweeping fringe can work just as well. Avoid styles that are swept back off your face and try to create a focus on other areas of your face such as detail around the jaw line, for example jaw length layers. If you do opt for a fringe then you will find it easy to style with some smaller slim straighteners straighteners, FHI offer a type of smaller straightening iron designed to style shorter hair. Avoid fringes that are short and opt for a longer fringe with a softer look. If you are trying to grow your hair and grow a longer fringe you could try a supplement such as Proto-cols collagen capsules, by taking these you will be boosting the building blocks hair needs in order to grow and you will be giving you hair and nails a boost at the same time Try out using different styling products such as TIGIís Bedhead range to create a variety of looks with your hair, take photos of each style then look through them and pick out the ones that best suite your needs.

Shelley asks:
I have thick hair and a round face, my hair at the moment is cut into layers. However, it is poofy at the top, how can I stop it going like this?

Gina AkersAnswered By:
Gina Akers
Its sounds like your hair could be a little unruly, you could try weighing it down with styling products such as TIGIís Control Freak Serum.

I think the most important thing to do is when you next have your haircut tell your stylist about the problem and ask for more weight to be left in this area. The layers may have been cut too short or you may have a double crown. Your stylist should be able to cut your hair in such a way that the style takes these factors into account. Alternatively big hair and height at the crown is very fashionable at the moment and also has the effect of making you look slimmer and taller, so that height at the top may not be a bad thing!

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