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Justine asks:
I have a long face with brown hair to my shoulders. It has always been lovely and straight no need for straighteners about 5 years ago it started going slightly curly at the back. Since then it has become very curly at the back and remained straight at the sides. It is so thick and I have so much it is really difficult for me to straighten. What style would suit me with such difficult hair?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
My daughter has the same hair as you. Curly at the back and straight on top. As your hair is really thick and shoulder length - the best and easiest way to wear it is longer than shoulder length. Grow it to bust length with lots of layers throughout and cut around your face. Dry it naturally to encourage the curl and just blow dry the front. My daughterís hair looks amazing like this and the envy of the school.

Good luck

Andrea asks:
My sister has very thin hair you can see her scalp through it, she is very upset by this is there any style she could have to make it look thicker.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Firstly, there are hair thickening products on the market which will make here hair noticeably healthier and thicker. If your Sisterís hair is fine I would not go for a all one length style as it will lay flat to her head. Have a look at the style gallery for images of hairstyles she likes and take them along to your professional hair salon for a consultation. Any style with layers will add volume yet be cautious as if the layers are too short it can have the opposite effect.

Aiensha asks:
I had beautiful black hair, I coloured my hair. After colouring it, it went completely dry and lifeless, my hair started sticking out from the roots. I want my natural hair back, please give me some solution except for re-dyeing my hair again, that will remove my hair colour and give its natural softness and also make it thick.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
If youíre colouring your hair yourself , STOP!!!!!!! Then go and see a good colourist if your hair continues to break go and talk to your doctor and see what he says.

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