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Kristen asks:
I have very thick wavy/curly hair. It is often very frizzy at times too. I have really been wanting front bangs but everyone says I canít get them because of my hair type. I really want to try it but I am really nervous it will look horrible and I will be stuck with it until it grow out. I need help!!! Thank you!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Kristen
I have similar hair to you and was hesitant for the same reasons, but I love it. It does take work but I think its worth it, just make sure the fringe is cut a couple of inches longer than your eyebrows first then you have time to get used to it or if you hate it, very soon it can be tucked behind your ear. Go for it.





Olivia asks:
How do I grow out my pixie cut?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Olivia
As undercuts are the big thing at the moment, I would try that and grow the layers of the pixie cut out to a layered bob. This way it looks cool whilst growing and with styling product you can gel it all back etc., throughout the summer. Good luck







Alonso asks:
Hi there, Iím a 27 year old male and unfortunately slightly receding... Iím currently going through a horrible time with my overall hairstyle choice and have no idea what to do with it. Iíve tried lots of styles including the fully shaved/buzzcut look, right up to medium length waves, shaved sides etc, and I feel that nothing suits me whatsoever. Is there anywhere I can go (UK) where somebody could give me some personalised advice on what would look best on me? Please help! Thanks

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Alonso, I am so sorry you are struggling to get good professional advice on your hair and styling. May I suggest that you book into a reputable unisex salon and ask in advance if you can have a full consultation free of charge. You may have to phone around but there are lots of amazing salons around that will help advice. Meanwhile take a look at your diet and make sure its rich in nutrients as well as use the best shampoo and styling products possible, also invest in a hair dryer as that will really help you create more hair styles and maybe a supplement this will all help condition your hair and scalp and that will in turn improve your hair and its appearance. Good luck





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