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Marie asks:
My face is shaped like Monique the actress; what cute styles would suite me?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
You are a very lucky lady, with a face shape like Monique you can wear anything. The best thing is to find a picture of a style that you like and take it with you to the salon.

Your stylist will give you advice on whether or not the style is good for you or if not how she can adapt it to suit you and your lifestyle.





JERSHON asks:
I am 39 years old right now I have grey hair. I used to have natural black hair until I was 15, after that it began gradually to turn grey until now and its completely grey. I want to know if there is a natural thing that can be used to turn it gradually black again, not in one step. PS I am a black man

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
I do not know of any product on the market at this present time that would change the tone gradually, maybe you can try going to a salon and asking for high lights in a dark colour that you want also with frequent applications you can build up the colour.







Joe asks:
I have medium length hair and I am growing it longer but it is totally out of control. It is just impossible to do anything with. I went to a hairdresser to get it dried straight but it did not quite work out. I need to use a lot of hair spray to make it look ok but that is not good for the hair and it makes it hard. I need to find a way to make my hair straighter and more controllable. Any ideas? Thanks for the help!

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Ask your hairdresser about a permanent straightening system to reduce bulk and wave. Wrap drying with straightening balm or serum helps, and use a pre style spray before sectioning hair and ironing flat. After ironing, blast cold air from hairdryer at end. Hair bands (keep hair off the face and help flatten top, then you could just iron the ends) and accessories (pin hair back in sections add accessories to make more stylish professional look) are really fashionable this spring, (invest in Mark Jacobs band or Dreis Van Noten accessories to see you through into summer, or Top Shop, do good ones too) ask your hairdresser ways to put hair up to get you through the growing phase





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