|Jess asks: |
My hair is very thick, frizzy/curly and some hairdressers described it as mixed race hair meaning it is partly like an afro. I went about 6 months ago to a hair dresser and asked for it to be thinned for some reason she started layering it but she did not seem to be doing it in any style or form she literally hacked into my hair and took chunks out of it. So I now have hair that is partly long but some bits are short just at the back but it looks awful. I use to have light blonde hair but through my teens it has turned mousey blonde I think it would look cool to have chunks of chocolate brown in my hair to give a funky look, as funky is what I want it to be
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I would like to suggest you use an all over high gloss semi-permanent colour in a chocolate brown tone, as for the haircut, perhaps it is better if you maintain your hair long as you cut it short it would perhaps become an Afro and to make it look different would take you a long time. Also being a dancer the easiest thing would be to tie it up, I would suggest you visit a good hairdresser in your area and have an intense consultation also do not be scared to ask for some styling advise. Another suggestion would be to have a permanent thermal straightening (yuko system), visit a specialised salon for more info. As for your everyday regime it is very important to use the right products look at the Lazartigue range for frizzy hair its great. It would give your hair great results also try the Lazartigues Pre shampoo treatment with shea butter works magic!!
|Ema asks: |
I have very thick long brown hair, I straighten it when I wash it but naturally it is very frizzy. It takes me over an hour an to straighten! It looks nice when I straighten it- it is shiny and in good condition but when I just want to leave it, it is so flyaway and in between curly and wavy. Is it time for me to get it cut I would still like it long but in a more refined style. Which style should I go for? I am 15 years old.
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I would like to suggest a style that would allow you to wear it straight, curly, down or up
I would use Julia Roberts as an inspiration V shaped at the back with long layers.
|Hilde asks: |
After a heavy maternity period - I find it time to mark this next stage of life with a new haircut. Only one question remaining: which one? Although my demands will be very familiar to every new mom, they seem to be aiming too high for our local hairdresser. I am looking for a done-in-no-time, no-daily-styling (considering our overactive toddler), no wax-gel-or-spray (it gives me an itching scalp), weather-proof (I cycle to work) hair style. As I am blessed with medium-thick wavy hair and a square face, apparently the only solution remaining is a boring ponytail. Can you please give me some concrete examples of trendy-mom coiffures totry out?
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You are right, this is a great time for a new look! Catherine Zeta-Jones is a wonderful example of luscious, gorgeous, wavy hair and perhaps could offer some inspiration. Obviously you will not have time to style your hair on a daily basis but for a special event or just a treat - setting your hair in Velcro rollers will give you a gorgeous hairstyle, and these are simply to apply as it will take 10-15 minutes to curl and then leave them whilst your getting your kids ready for bed, cooking dinner etc! My wife has similar hair to you and as mother of two, we know how precious time is! Also, ponytails do not have to be boring and practical, you can add a scarf or a flower to the ponytail and it instantly makes you feel glamorous. The high ponytail with a disheveled front (like Kate Winslet wears) can look equally stunning
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