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Bastienne asks:
My hair is brown, very thick, curly and frizzy, it reaches my shoulders. Iíve tried all kinds of styles, and obviously nothing suits me but long hair. Unfortunately my hair grows very slowly and it's two or three years before it really looks long (because of the curls); right now it looks puffy and frizzy, though I use appropriate lotions. I have a medium forehead: should I get straight bangs to take off some of the volume? If yes, long or short bangs? and what type, sideways or classical?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Sounds like you have a few things going on here. First things first, SCISSORS, SCISSORS and someone who knows how to use them and to find a shape that works for you. Then I think you need some lessons on how to work with the texture of your hair. Spend the extra money and find someone good thatís going to spend time with you.





Marie asks:
My hair is very fine, but the last 6 months or so it seems to be getting worse and my scalp is beginning to show. I don't know if it is getting thinner or I am losing my hair. I am getting quite paranoid about looking bald. Is there anything I can do to make my hair thicker or make my roots appear thicker so my scalp doesn't show through? I have to wash my hair every day, will this be making it worse? I have considered extensions but don't really want any high maintenance styling also I have heard they are expensive to have done!! Can you please help?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
I donít know what colour your hair is but you might want to think about making it darker if itís on the light shade, being darker it will give the illusion of being thicker and the colour will give it more body. You might also like to consider a hair loss concealer such as DermMatch available in various shades







H asks:
I have long, quite thick, naturally curly brown hair Ė for as long as I can remember, I have had my hair dyed bright blonde. I go to a very reputable hairdresser and have been for 5 years. I now get bands of a darker blonde each time I have my roots tinted (even though I spend an hour at a time under the clymazol) ... Due to this - my hairdresser suggested I went darker as she is unable to lighten it to the same colour each time (resulting in what I can only describe as horizontal stripes). My roots are now a reddish colour and the rest of my hair is a light brown shade ... I don't like it. I have an appointment booked at my hairdressers and wondered if I should try another salon or will another hairdresser have exactly the same problem as this?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
This is a tough one to answer without seeing your hair.

It sounds like your current hairdresser is maybe not experienced enough in colour to help your situation. ...More >

I would advise seeking a salon that has a Wella Master Colour Expert (MCE) there, as these people a massively experienced in all aspects of colour.





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