|Bri asks: |
My hair has always been really thin but not too long ago it started getting way to thin at the top middle front about where my hair parts at. I have hair almost to my waist and due to my recent hair loss I have to get it cut which I really do not want do. Is there anything that I can do or maybe put in my hair to make it thicker or at least appear that way? And if I do have to cut it I was thinking about shoulder length and layered or do you have a better suggestion of a hair cut that would help? I just really want my hair to grow
back hopefully thicker too.
|Answered By: |
I would suggest you speak to your hairdresser about the recent hair loss and get a professional opinion before you do anything drastic like cutting it. They may suggest you visit a Trichologist for a more detailed diagnosis. It may be that you can create more volume using hair extensions without resorting to cutting your hair. But, I would strongly suggest you visit a reputable hair salon and have a thorough consultation to ensure your hair can take extensions. I would recommend a Racoon salon (01295 770999 for your nearest salon) as they can offer real hair, synthetic hair and also hair wefts depending on your needs and budget.
|Anon asks: |
I have thick dark blond hair that is about ear-length. I have a big wave through the middle of my hair, but I would like to have my hair curly. My hair stylist says that if my hair were short enough, it would curl naturally, but I do not want to cut it really short. Is there some way for me to get it to curl naturally at the length that it is at now? I have thought about a perm, what would you recommend.
|Answered By: |
A perm sounds like the answer, however as your hair is thick it might look too puffy. Get your hair set on rollers at the salon to see if you really like your hair curly.
|Claire asks: |
I recently had a consultation with a hairdresser, I explained I wanted a fringe of some form maybe a sweeping longer fringe if I could not pull off a block fringe. She told me my hair was too thin to carry a fringe and that the styles I had pointed out in the mags were all thick haired models. My hair is thin and brown and long, it looks a mess as it has no real style I want to have something dramatic done without taking to much of the length off. Is there a fringe to suit my thin hair? If not what can I do to give me back some Va Va Voom
|Answered By: |
I think the hairdresser has confused you. You can have a fringe whether it is sweeping or full, I think sweeping would be better because then if you do not like it you can easily grow it out. Because your hair is thin when it comes to fringes all you have to do is take a thicker section (more hair taken as a fringe). Because you do not want to lose the length of your hair but also want a big change, maybe think about a funky colour to enhance your hair cut and new fringe! For an idea maybe have some slices (under your parting) of colour which will make it look funkier and also you wont have a regrowth.
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