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Lin asks:
I have quite a square face with a flat chin and a wide forehead. Would waist length, layered hair with a thick straight fringe look good on me? Or would it draw out the squareness of my face? Because Iím trying to find a haircut that would make my face look less square. Can you help me?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Lin - First of all I would take the length to just below your shoulders, to the waist is way too long, and with your fringe I would keep them on the long side and more wispy than too heavy.

Sarah asks:
I have naturally dark brown, shoulder length hair. As my hair Stylist says I have hair as thick as a horseís tail. Yes my hair is thick, fine and very frizzy. I straighten my hair with a ceramic straightener when I straighten my hair it stays straight but is completely covering my face. (Using a head band or clips makes my hair stick up). So my hairdresser suggested getting layers all over, I am worried that my hair will go puffy or uncontrollable. I have no idea what style to do! Please give me some suggestions! I am 14 so I want it to be ícoolí and íiní.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
I would agree with your hairdressers suggestion of getting some layers put through your hair. This will help reduce the thickness of your hair and at the same time show your face more so you donít look like youíre drowning in hair!

It might also be good to have some graduated layers around the sides to give your style more shape.

Dieu asks:
I have an oval face with bra length hair and I dyed it brown. I usually get a little below the shoulder cut with layers. I want to try something new, so can you give me some suggestions?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Hi Dieu - The brown sounds nice, as for something new; try taking it above your shoulders and keep the layers and maybe wispy bangs, not too thick could look wonderful.

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