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Tracy asks:
I have an oval face and thick long hair that is badly cut can you give me any cute hair style ideas or celeb hair styles I can follow and does a shag cut work for me?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
An Oval shaped face is perfect for any style. The shag look for thick hair is perfect. It gives either soft or strong looks depending on how the layers are introduced. I would recommend having a horse shoe shaped section taken from your crown round into the temple region of your hairline.

Have all this section pulled forward and placed into a pony tail then either have this section slice cut or bladed to create face framing allure and texture.

Allyzza asks:
I have straight thick black hair, but it is dry especially at the tip of my hair. What should I do to make it more shiny and more straight? I still do not know what style I should get. I have a round face and chubby cheeks. I am thinking to add more layers and long side bangs to make my face look thinner. Is that a good idea?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
First thing you are going to need, is to get your hair shaped to get rid of those dry ends before doing this I think you also need to have a look at the Style Gallery and see if there is anything hair wise you like, then trot off with a few styles to your hairdresser and get some help from them.

Sara asks:
I have been wanting to get something done to my hair for a long time but do not know what. My hair is all one length and very long, reaching all down my back but also very thick and naturally wavy. I am afraid that if I get it cut into layers it will make my thick hair poof out more than it already does. Would getting it feathered be any better?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
This is right up my street!

I totally agree with you traditional layering techniques with scissors WILL make your naturally curly hair have more volume. ...More >

At the moment your hairs length and weight has a controlling factor over this, but once weight and length in the layers is removed YOU WILL HAVE VOLUME.

I would recommend having a blading technique (razor may be more known). A blading technique called internal diffusion is a method of removing weight yet retaining length. This method creates internal layers inside your haircut and will not increase volume if done correctly.

In fact it will make your hair easier to style either straight or wavy.

Give you a variety of looks from the one hair cut

Bring your hair to life as this technique makes hair malleable.

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