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Lana asks:
I am five one and my face is round and I cannot find a style that works for me. I have bean to a couple of different hair salons but each one tells me something different and each time I get a new hair cut I always hate it. How can I find THE hair cut/style for me. Or am I stuck with all the bad hair cuts and styles for life.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Have a look on the style gallery there are loads of styles to choose from and you can always print a few styles off which you like, take them along with you and let the stylist give you some advice which will work best with your face shape and hair.

Kay asks:
I recently had a skin test at Toni and Guy and have reacted badly to the dye. I had my hair dyed last year and there was no reaction. Would a organic dye have the same reaction?

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
This is probably because you are allergic to the para dye, however it may be something else. You should always do a skin test before you use a dye, even with an organic one. You can get organic dyes at health food store.

Zoe asks:
Recently I went for a consultation to have highlights put in my hair (first time for me). The Hairdresser took a couple of strands of hair to test how they would respond to lightening (I have dark brown hair). When I went back the next day to ask about the results she produced the strands and both were very coppery, one slightly lighter than the other. I asked if the dye would take out the copper and give ash brown highlights and she said she was unsure. She stated it was hard to tell when my hair has such strong red tones what the colour would be like on it. This has made me nervous about having my hair coloured by her. She did not offer to test colour on the strands and as I get nervous at the hairdressers I completely forgot to ask. Is it normal to just see what happens with regards to highlights or should I cancel my appointment and go somewhere who can guarantee the outcome?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
I think you should put this appointment on hold and visit another couple of salons for consultations. You do not want to go somewhere that you do not feel 100% confident. Salons offer consultations so that you can get an understanding of each other, if it does not feel right, do not book. I would suggest you only visit a salon that has colour experts such as L'Oreal Colour Expert Salons. The colourist have undergone extensive training and really know what they are doing.

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