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Sammie asks:
I have really thick hair that is hard to manage. Itís also very dry since I have put a lot of dyes in it over the years. I have an oval face and my hair is mid- length with a fringe, but I would like to get a bob for a change of look. Please can you let me know if this style would be possible?

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
Bobs of all shapes and sizes are the hairstyle of the moment, thanks to celebrities like Victoria Beckham and Katie Holmes. You should feel lucky to have an oval face-shape, as most styles will suit you. If youíre feeling extra brave why not try a 1920ís inspired Ďbaby bobí; an extra short bob with a blunt fringe, recently made famous by the ultra cool Agyness Deyn, and therefore guaranteed to be the next big thing in hair trends! If this kind of striking cut sounds daunting, why not go for a more relaxed, playful bob like Gwyneth Paltrowís, which can then be styled in a lose, tousled way, or straightened to perfection for a striking, glamorous look. As you mentioned you used to regularly colour your hair, I would recommend using a deep nourishing shampoo and conditioner, such as Fudge Torture Tonic (£9.95 each), which will rebuild any dry and damaged hair, promoting a healthy, glossy shine.

Luke asks:
I have really thick hair which is quite curly I straighten it all the time, but I would really like to have it natural. What kind of style will keep it in control, but look good? I like Orlando Bloomís hair, but I donít know if I could have mine like that.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
We all want to look like Orlando Bloom be grateful for what you have and work with it. Sounds like you have great hair, why donít you invest the money and go and see a great hair cutter that will work with you on a new Ďlookí. By the way I have met Orlando Bloom his hair is wonderful and to me it never looked straightened.

Suzanne asks:
I have nape of neck, thick, curly, frizzy hair - of course, I want straight shiney manageable hair (we all want what we havenít got donít we). Iíve tried chemically straightening in the past which was good the first time, but subsequently the system used was different and not so good. I also have straightening irons, which are good, but I worry about drying the mop out even more. I was wondering if the natural relaxing kits that are marketed for Afro hair would be any good?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
The best bet is to use a non chemical hair relaxer such as razzamatazz strait time, this will take care of the nappiness and problems that you have without the heart ache of using chemicals.

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