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Zerina asks:
Hi, Iím 16 and I want to get a new haircut. My hair is very thick. Iím a brunette. I have something between round and oval face; more round... I want to cut my hair in jaw length - a little bit longer; in layers. I hope you understand. Would this hairstyle be good on me or should I not do it?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Zerina, I think it will suit you, but keep the layers long around your face; if the layers are too short on your thick hair it will be harder to manage to get smooth. Good luck and go for it!





Laura asks:
Hi, I am really needing help with a white blonde toner to pick out of Sallyís as I want that gorgeous blonde .. my natural colour is a dirty blonde and would lighten easily. I have kind of a platinum colour I used p0.1 but it isnít the colour I want as I still have yellowish tones through it .. I really want a beautiful white blonde colour like mmmitchell or somethings colour .. I donít want to get a colour and it make my makeup look so bad as Iím not that tan Kindest regards

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Laura, Most blondes will need a toner or conditioner of sorts to be able to add or neutralize tones. I suggest you use the lightest ash blonde that you can get and use a violet toner or conditioner to rid of unwanted yellow tones. Good luck







Aaron asks:
My name is Aaron and Iíve been growing out my hair for at least 9 monthís and my goal is to reach 3 years of hair growth. Unfortunately at the moment right now my hair is medium long as in, the back of my hair is long and reaches to my shoulder and my sides cover half of my jaw line but my front is still short. The main problem is that my hair is curly wavy and extremely frizzy and no matter how much I try to maintain it there is always those extra bits of flyaway hair. I shampoo my hair every 2 or 3 days because my scalp is were dandruff occurs most often. I have tried finding products that decrease frizz like conditioner or leave in spray but so far nothing has worked and the pain hurts so much when itís a very windy day and my hair ends up looking like a total bush or birds nest. Please give me any tips of how to get rid of this uncontrollable nonsense please!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Aaron, This is a tough one because you seem to have tried most of my suggestions! Have you considered having the unruly front relaxed a little, so one of these new smoothing systems but only to relax the natural curl? I would have some off the back and sides too, this will make the overall shape of your hair look better and then you will see the front is growing but not quite as fast as the back. Try taking a hair supplement as well this will help the hair stay strong as its growing and provide vital nutrients. Good luck





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