|Jordan asks: |
I have extremely thick coarse curly hair and I'm really not sure how to get it cut. the hair stylist I've been going to, really doesn't know how to cut my hair. So I'm looking for a new hair stylist, but are there certain ways or techniques for cutting curly hair? Also, I've heard combing a perm through curly hair takes out the frizz, is that true?
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Iím over the moon to hear you are sourcing a new hair stylist. Once someone has taken a pair of scissors to your hair, it is all too late to rectify, and it is important that you trust your hairdresser. íProtectioní really is better than cure! A good, professional hairdresser will advise which styles are open to you, and will take into consideration the length of your hair and the volume of curl. I would recommend that if in its natural state, is beyond shoulder length, to perhaps opt for a sweeping fringe, (no shorter than your chin when curly) with a few layers so when the hair is straighten with irons, you can have a versatile look; the fringe could be secured in a quiff, or flicked out to give you that beyonce-esque look, with cascading layers. My new Poker Straight and Kinda Curly Irons (£48, Promo £33 Exclusive to Boots) are just the trick, with their curved plate edges they are perfect for straightening and curling, and the tourmaline ceramic floating plates guarantee perfect parallel straightening for less snagging and stress to hair. Protect as you style with my P250 Professional Curling Iron Protection Mist (£6.99-200ml exclusive To Boots) or Kodo Thermal Protecting Spray, it is proven to protect hair from the heat damaging effects of irons up to 250c, and sprayed onto dry hair before styling, the product will secure curls with a non-crispy lasting hold, even in high humidity. Lee Stafford
|Karen asks: |
I have very thick, curly hair which is also quite frizzy. What kind of hairstyle would you recommend, I have quite a long face shape. What products are best for my type of hair?
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The Davines Momo range is fantastic for your type of hair.
As for a new hairstyle take a look on the Style Gallery
on the site there are lots of styles to choose from and you can always print them off and take them along to the Salon. ...More >
|Amie asks: |
3 months after having my daughter my hair fell out in excessive amounts and now I am left with very thin fine hair with lots of new hair growing through which is now about an inch and a half long, I do straighten my hair daily as it is very frizzy, do you have any advice on a cut and hair care as I am used to having very long and reasonably thick hair, having now short and thin hair has really knocked my confidence but I think with the right cut it could look good again.
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There is a fabulous range of products called NIOXIN that is perfect for Clients who have weak hair or that have lost some for any reason. I would also advise that you use a thermal protector when you are styling your hair and especially when you are using the irons on your hair. Then I would get over to a professional salon and have your hair cut and styled to make it easier to look after and make you feel good again.
There are so many styles now for all types of hair and I am sure you will be delighted with the results!
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