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Claire asks:
I have extremely thick hair and it is naturally curly, although with straightening irons, I can get my hair to go straight. The problem I have is I am soon going back to work after having my son and I need a new style, but have no idea what to go for. I once went really short and it was terrible and grew out instead of down and was horrendous. I am back to work soon and want a style that is easy to manage as I am tired of scraping it up in a bun and want to keep it down, but cannot spend two hours each day straightening it. I am 6ft tall and of slim build and at the moment my hair is past my shoulders. Any help would be appreciated as I need a new style, but have no idea what direction what to go into.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Itís always difficult to advice on haircuts without seeing face shapes, but a style that suits all face shapes and is very fashionable at the moment is the classic bob.

You could have slight graduation at the back as a feature and keep the rest one length to help with the straightening. A great example of this style or a variation of it is Katie Holmes.





Deb asks:
My son is 16 and has thick dark curly hair, he is really struggling with greasy hair and weíre not sure what are the best products to use, can you recommend a good dry shampoo for in between washing and also should he be using a mousse for curly hair or would it best be left without because its so greasy.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Thick curly hair can get greasy at the roots and it is important to choose styling products that will help your sonís hair look healthy. Try my Ddouble blow mousse which I have specifically designed to be non sticky or greasy whilst stopping hair from going crispy - like so many mousses do! This will help to give the curls volume. Simply apply a handful of the mousse throughout the hair and leave to dry naturally or blow dry. For in between washes, my Poker Straight Dry Shampoo is perfect. It absorbs excess oil and gives hair a real boots - just spray on to roots from about a foot away and rub away any excess powder for instantly freshened hair!







Claire asks:
I am getting married soon. I want to have curls, my hair is just below my shoulders and quite thick. Curls donít stay very long even when done professionally by a hairdresser. Can you suggest anything?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Hair that has been teased and tousled within an inch of its life is great for an on trend wedding do and a chignon is a great way to go! Chignons were known to be a very structured style ten or twenty years ago but now you will see that styles are looser and more messed up, which gives you a gorgeous, more edgy, contemporary look. A great way to add texture (before you put your hair up is to twist your hair and pin it whilst damp. When it is dry take out the pins and run your fingers through your hair Ė you will have soft waves which will add lots of movement to your hair. Back comb lightly at the crown smoothing over the surface with a soft brush. Either put your hair into two sections loosely twisting and pinning into the crease of your hair creating a twisted chignon. Repeat with the bottom section.





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