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Lilly asks:
I have extremely thick, curly ginger hair that is always big and puffy. Is there anything I can do that will make it thinner and smaller, or any particular style that would thin it? I have quite a round face, would this affect my hairstyle?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
I would suggest that you keep your hair longer, and ask your hairdresser to remove some of the weight and thickness with layering. Layers should frame and soften your face to remove any bulkiness from your style, but do not go too short as this will highlight a rounder face. Ginger hair is naturally quite coarse and thick, so I would recommend that you also ask your stylist for salon treatments to keep it sleeker and more manageable.

Lucy asks:
I have really thin, flat hair and would like extensions to give it a bit more thickness and bounce. All extensions I have seen are poker straight and flat to the scalp which I really would not like. Is it possible to get wavy ones?

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
Racoon real hair extensions (stockist 01295 770999) have a natural wave to the hair which can be styled sleek, wavy or curly depending on what you want. Styles you have seen may just be the way that the person has wanted to wear the hair. With real hair, you can treat it just like your own - I recommend you use the new D:Fuse styling irons (79.95, stockist 01282 683100) as its just one product but you can straighten, curl or wave.

Sue asks:
I have very dark brown natural colored hair, and have had it blonde since I was 15 (I am 34 now). The bleach began to dry my hair badly and in order to give my hair a break I colored it a dark red to hide my regrowth to avoid retouching while I conditioned it. Most of the red had faded to a lighter brown except at the roots, where it remains a darker auburn. Is there anyway to get back to blonde at this point without really doing serious damage to my hair?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
As your colour before you put the red was blonde and obviously was damaged, it does not matter if you put another colour on your hair the damage will still be there, you are talking about bleaching on the top of what was already bleached a few times, I have seen this process done by many salons in the past and believe me it always finishes with the same result, a mess. I will suggest firstly treat your hair with a strong product. I would like to recommend Tanagra, this is a fusion of Keratin and Collagen within a few sessions your hair would be restored almost to its natural state. As for home use try J.F. Lazartigue shampoo with collagen. I would also like to suggest that for now you maintain your hair in a colour similar to your own so you can restore your hair and eventually you can go back to blonde.

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