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Heather asks:
A friend of mine wants me to do her hair in the style of wet curls. But permanent I am not sure how to do it.

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Whilst your friend might think it a great idea for you to do her hair, she would not be happy if you attempted it especially if you are not a qualified hairdresser and ruined her hair.

I recommend that she has her hair done by someone who knows what they are doing and then you can both go out on the town both looking fab with your friendship fully intact.

Jo asks:
I have a jaw length textured bob with a fringe. I will be spending 7 weeks in Australia in January, it is not long enough to tie back so I am thinking of having it cut shorter. I need something easy to style with minimum fuss. Any ideas?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Depending on your face shape you could go for a textured bob that is above or just sitting on the cheek bone. This will give you a very strong versatile look that can be easily maintained while on your travels (you lucky girl). This length will allow you to not only have a fantastic look while in Australia but will allow you diversity through being able to slick it back or add product to the hair as your layers will be much shorter and more textured. The back of the hair would be short which would mean no hair in your neck (good for the hot climate you are travelling to) leaving you only needing to spend minimum effort on the top sections. Basically wash and go.

Sam asks:
I have an oval shaped face and have long blonde hair with no fringe at present; however I am thinking of having something different. I need something easy to do, that will not be in my eyes constantly and that will not need to be washed every day. I have had many different styles from long to short, fringe, side fringe and no fringe, the style I have been most happy with is the style I have now but I feel like there is nothing much to it and that I always take the easy option and tie it up. Please can you advise on a style that may meet my requirements? Thank you. PS - I like a style that is straightened as I always straighten my hair.

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
With your face shape you have a wide range of hairstyles at your disposal, however make sure your layers are shorter around the face to give the illusion of a more sculpted jaw line. I would not suggest that blunt lines are used for this face shape as it can be too harsh incorporate some tailored lines with softer edges. ...More >

As you said you are happy with the style at the moment so why not try to re-invent and edge up the style you already have by styling it differently.

Blow-drying for added volume:

Ensure that you use my Flick Tease to give height at the root and prevent hair falling flat to the crown.
If you are using my Poker Straight and Kinda Curly Styling Irons then always make sure that you straighten from the middle section of the hair rather than the root to prevent losing the volume you have created
Remember to always use a my Flat Iron Protection Mist before using any heated appliances

The easiest way to revamp your hairstyle is to cut a fringe. The full fringe is bang on trend this season and will create a drastic and definite change in your hairstyle without undergoing a radical transformation. Do not fret about having to wash hair every day; as my dry shampoo is great for getting the freshly washed look, perfect for oily roots and fringes.

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