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Heather asks:
My hair is really thick. What length and style do you think suits thick hair?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
A lot depends on your face shape, but the best rule with thick hair is to make sure it is layered to reduce the weight. Also if your face shape suits shorter hair this can be great for people with very thick hair as the maintenance is much easier.





Lisa asks:
My hair is naturally curly and frizzy I straighten it every day and it can take me up to 45 mins as my hair is very thick but it never looks sleek. Also when I am on holiday and in and out the pool I never know what to do with it as it just looks a big frizzy mess and looks as though I have just got out of bed. Can you suggest anything that may help?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
When straightening hair try taking smaller sections to help smooth out easier, also there is a process called the Brazillian blow-dry this blow-dry will help to eliminate frizz and smooth really well for about 3 months it is fairly new an can at the moment only be found in a few London salons good luck







Janet asks:
I am of mixed heritage - black, white, Chinese) and my hair is very thick, dry, with a zzz as well as ss curl pattern as well as some straight parts all on the same head. I condition every wash, leave in conditioner, serum and a little mousse for style. Moisture shampoo and conditioner. Right now style is long layers and bob with long fringe. I am tired of roller wet set and blow out straight as a pin. How can I go natural with a style, if I leave it curly. Am 55, 54" and I use cellophanes semi permanent col. Hair is at nape of neck

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You could get a soft reverse curl or perm. This is having your hair permed on large rods to soften your natural curl. This is assuming that you have no relaxers or perms in your hair already. I suggest you go to a salon and get all the necessary precautionary tests ...More >

elasticity
porosity
strand test etc......

and of course get some advice from your stylist once this has been done.





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