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Maureen asks:
After using the same hair colour for thirty years it has suddenly started to react with my skin. It burns my scalp neck and ears no matter how I try to prevent it. I tried different products but it still happens, is there anything I can use.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
You might want to go to your doctor and show him what happens first.





Brenda asks:
I have very long hair almost past my behind I have a round face. I am getting married in May. My dress is strapless! I have looked at tons of Hairstyles but none for hair as long as mine I would like it half up and down somewhat curly b/c my hair is naturally straight!

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Well I have a few suggestions. Could you bear to have some length off to make the ends look glowing and in great condition? If you are wincing and feel like you cannot bear to do that (I recommend you do though!) You need to go to a great hairdresser that has no fear! If you want curl the hair should be set with mousse NOT water (it will never dry). The sections should be small and so should the rollers. This should be done the evening before the wedding and you may well have to sleep in them. The hair should be absolutely dry before being taken out and that will ensure the curl will stay all day. The hair can then be dressed half up half down. As with all wedding hair, preparation is everything and always have a trial.







Chantelle asks:
I have been wanting to do something with my hair for a long time but have a phobia of hairdressers and am only just getting used to them. My hair is quite dark (not jet black) 2 inches below my shoulders and is naturally wavy (which I straighten) but it always seems so lifeless. I want to add colour and have a different style but worried it will make my hair even thicker than it is? Please help me, I am totally clueless.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Please go to a good salon near you for a consultation. With this visit there is no commitment and you can find out if you feel confident with the advice they give you. Take some images out of hair magazines on looks that you like and discuss these with the stylist to see if you are both heading in the same direction of what you are aiming for. They will give you advice on face shape suitability, hair maintenance and up keep requirements for each style. Colour and cut go together and with the right technique in cutting your hair would not appear thicker in-fact it is possible to reduce the bulk of your hair to make styling easier. ...More >

Ask your stylist about razoring or blading techniques as this is a fantastic way of overcoming your problems.

If you straighten your hair and it appears lifeless then after blow drying your hair smooth try straightening the last 2 thirds of your hair which will retain some natural bounce from the root area.





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