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Terrie asks:
I have long very thick hair with a slight wave in it, I want a shorter hair style but the shorter I have my hair cut the curler it get, I have a rectangle shape face and no idea what styles will suit me, please help!

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
If you want a change then go just below shoulder length so it still has the weight to keep the curl under control. Then have LONG layers throughout to give volume and waves. If you want to frame your face then go for a long side fringe. Make sure you use curl control products. Celebrate your curl - people would give anything for your textured hair. Enjoy!

Trixie asks:
I'm 14 and I have really thick black hair. The strands are like zig-zags and it seems like dead hair. I want a new haircut, someone said I should get a shoulder length front layer cut, do you think it would suit me? I'm fair and I have an oval shaped face. Also, what is this haircut exactly?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
I would be VERY careful in having any layers in your hair due to its natural texture. From the sounds of it your hair is very difficult to style (as in blow dry smooth)? ...More >

Have an internal layering pattern through your hair, this way the overall look of your hair is still long and your top layers are virtually untouched. If you have soft layers around your face make sure that they come from inside your haircut to make styling easier.

Your face shape is perfect for any style yet your hairs natural texture is the overriding factor.

If it is cut correctly then it would definitely suit you.

Good luck.

Lauren asks:
My hair is a plain mousey brown and I want to lighten it, I have had highlights before but they don't make my hair especially light, I have seen pictures of hair colours I would like and it looks as if they have an all over colour and then highlights on top. I had a bad experience a few years ago where a hairdresser used bleach all over and put heat on it, which resulted in half my hair falling out and splitting off. I have just got it back to a good thickness and length and donít want to do anything to ruin this but I have seen many people with long blonde thick hair and wondered how they keep it? What would you recommend?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Without seeing your hair I would have thought that you could lift your natural colour to the blonde you desire without using a bleach, which can be very damaging to the hair.

I would suggest having highlights and not an all over colour as again this can be very drying on your hair. What I would strongly recommend is a free consultation with a reputable hairdresser before doing anything else. They might do a strand test first to make sure your hair is strong enough and to see how light your hair will lift to.

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