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Kate asks:
I have always had my brown hair long and in a centre parting with a bit of layers. Side partings do not suit me at all, but I am very bored with my hair. I want a full, straight across fringe, but am not sure if it will suit my square face, and I have very small eyes. My hair is quite frizzy too and Iím scared a fringe will just frizz every time I leave the house.

Should I go for it?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
By the sounds of your explanation I think you could get away with a form of fringe and it would certainly make you feel like you have had a change.

A couple of tips first; do not have the fringe cut to thick or too far back. Try to go for a thinner softer fringe at first. Also make sure it is cut almost too long, like it is a little grown out, as by the sounds of it the fringe will íjumpí up a bit when it is dry. ...More >

You will probably have to use the straightening irons on it to get the finish you require.

Karren asks:
I have coarse thick hair which I have to straighten daily with GHDs. My hair is perfectly straight and smooth when just finished after drying and styling then I get up the next day and have to start over as my hair is wavy and unmanageable again. I use decent serum a Charles Worthington relax and unwind lotion and Elvive smoothing shampoo and conditioner on my long pob style. Where am I going wrong?

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
I think that you should invest in a silk pillowcase, as these are fantastic at keeping hair straight whilst you sleep. This is because cotton pillowcases are rougher in texture and so can therefore snag hair whilst you sleep Ė where as hair will simply glide across a silk one! You should always remember to protect your hair if you are using straighteners as you donít want your hair to dry out even more Ė as this will leave it unmanageable. You could also try just blasting your hair with a hairdryer when you get up to kick it back into shape! Use a paddle brush to guide the hair and then angle the hairdryer downwards. This works especially well on fringes and small kinks and means that you are causing less harm to the hair than you would with straighteners.

Joanne asks:
I have a round chubby face my hair is about top over my bra strap in length and quite thick its layered at the moment but had the same style for years I want to grow my hair because I know how I want it when it is longer but Iím going on a school reunion and I want to do something different with it just not sure what colour or cut but not to short or too young Iím 32 Mum at work my hair is tied up most days but when I go out I like it down hope you can give me some advice on styles.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Itís a little difficult to say without seeing your hair but I would suggest maybe having some shaping around the sides to frame and soften the face.

This will make you feel like you have had a change but without losing the length so you can carry on growing your hair. ...More >

Re the colour I would strongly suggest booking a consultation first but there are many semi permanent colours available so you do not have to commit to a permanent colour.

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