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Megan asks:
My hair is long, dark and straight and I plan on having it half up-half down and curly on my wedding day. I am doing my hair myself, I was wondering if you could recommend which products to use to get the curls to hold. I need them to be in all day and night which will be about 16 hours. What do you think will be best? And should I use curling tongs, rollers or straighteners? Congrats on your forthcoming wedding!

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
I would recommend heated rollers on clean dry hair. Use Clynol "Mousette" when drying then Clynol "Freeflow" hairspray on the sections before you roll them in. Try getting a friend to help or maybe a young hairdresser if £s are an issue. Tension is the key to getting a good result. Do a few trials before to make sure you are happy and good luck!

Amanda asks:
I want the shine and gloss that I get from a semi permanent hair colour, but donít want the colour. Is there any products that do this that I could buy online or get at the hairdressers? Someone mentioned diacolor clear would have the desired effect!

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Everyone wants to keep that íI just got out of the saloní glossy shine but sadly just like colour, this glass-like effect can fade over time. Frustratingly, climate, pollution and heated styling tools all tend to decrease the natural shine of your hair. ...More >

But getting that shine back is not impossible- in fact it is quite simple and wonít add any hassle to your hair care regime. My Lee Stafford Shine Head range is designed to bring some serious shine to your locks. It contains tiny light reflecting sparkles within to give multi-faceted shimmering hair. After shampooing and conditioning give your hair a final rinse off with cold water- this will help prolong the natural shine on hair.

Another great trick to get double the shine is to mix together a small amount of serum with root lifting mousse in the palm of your hand before rubbing the mixture into your hair from root to tip. After Blow drying smooth another 50 pence sized amount of serum over your hair- this will enhance the natural gloss of your hair and keep it beautifully shiny all day long!

Andrew asks:
I want to be able to keep my hair wet and smooth looking all day. I currently straighten my hair and use conditioner regularly. Is there any product I can use after a flat iron to give it a manageable, wet, smooth shine? One example is Craig Mabbitt of Escape The Fate.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
There is a product by Nicky Clarke called shimmer spray, this is similar to a serum however it is fine and contains an extremely high gloss.

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