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Allison asks:
So I want to donate about 6-7 inches of my hair. My hair is thick, curly, and brown. I figured out then when I cut it, my hair will land about where my chin is. I am afraid that my cheeks will look to chubby if I get a bad style. I also wish to dye my hair either a darker or lighter shade of brown. When I asked for opinions, I got mixed reviews. Those for lighter said that darker would make me look paler then I already am. Those for darker said that its better to dye your hair dark for the fall and winter months. I am not sure what to do. I am asking for suggestions, I think they will help me make my decision. Thank You!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Allison

I always suggest wearing the hair a little smoother around the face and maybe keep the front sections slightly longer if you are concerned about your cheeks? Colour wise how about go dark with a few caramel slices through the slightly longer front sections and in the summer months add some more, winter reduce then you have a compromise in all areas and possibly the perfect look for you?





Danielle asks:
I have thick, highlighted blonde hair, which is just below the shoulder in length. It is not dry or damaged but can get greasy on the scalp. Can you recommend a shampoo and conditioner that will work for me?

Benjamin ShipmanAnswered By:
Benjamin Shipman
I would recommend the Kebelo Revitalising Shampoo, which has been designed to care for oily hair. This hard working shampoo contains amaranth, wheat, soy, jojoba and superfood quinoa protein, all of which help to replenish the hair and reduce sebum production, leaving strands glossy, smooth and strong, without weighing it down or leaving any residue.

Follow your shampoo with the Kebelo BONDAGE Weekly Colour Masque. This unique strengthening treatment, used once a week at home, delivers an instant injection of strength to the bonds within colour-treated hair, leaving it visibly stronger, healthier and repaired, and of course, looking great!







Will asks:
Hello, I am a 44 year old male who currently has short hair but would like to grow it long. I do have really thick hair though so what would be the best way to go about it? Do I just not get it cut and let it grow or would I need to get it trimmed and styled regularly? I would like it to be trendy and cut to a long, thick style instead of just a mass of hair.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
I would suggest regular hair cuts so that you morph from one style to another and make sure you are using great hair care products as they really can help tame the hair whilst its growing.





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