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Amanda asks:
I am at my wits end. I have really fine dark blonde hair. Around the front it never grows more than 3-4" before ceasing to grow anymore. I have quite a square face wider at the lower jaw. I am looking for a colour and style that will flatter my shape and also give the appearance of volume.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I think the best way to use colour in finer hair is to use contrast to give the appearance of lighter hair. By adding two different colours you give the impression of thickness as the lighter colour will appear closer to the eye and the darker colour further away, this illusion creates volume. A round shaped layer with graduation coming on to your face starting just above the jaw line, some length to be kept at back so when you tuck your hair behind ears there is still some hair to balance jawline, a slightly sweeping fringe could also work, your layers should give you more volume especially around the crown area.





Jasmine asks:
I am mixed race and my hair is extremely dry, curly and thick. I straighten my hair all the time, but it takes me ages to straighten. When I wash my hair it is curly and just longer than my shoulders, but when it dries it goes really short. Is there anyway or any product I could use which will give me loose curls, and stop its being so frizzy and out of control?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Hi Jasmine,
I am going to suggest a great non chemical hair relaxer it will not make your hair straight but will relax the curls for you. It is Razzamatazz STRAIT TIME







Charisma asks:
I recently saw Corinne Bailey Rae performing on television and loved her hair style.

I have my hair cut in a similar style and it is very curly. I was wondering how to achieve her look that night

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I have to say firstly what she has got in the picture its a wig (I know, sorry). It depends what type or degree of curl you got, obviously, the best way to achieve it first is to use the right products, use a heavy conditioner (J.F. Lazartigue shea butter pre shampoo its great for the job as its very thick and heavy), then use a good styling product, J.F. Lazartigue Styling gel to straighten or curl my favourite, then what you have to do is to dry your hair with a diffuser but instead of scrunching simply grip your hair in between your fingers and pull it as you dry, do not worry if the hair becomes slightly frizzy simply add some more gel.





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