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Cheyenne asks:
Iím having issues finding elegant updos for undershave. I wanted something unique exotic elegant but rocker look. Any suggestions? Itís for my wedding so I want it extra special if possible. My hair is long and touches halfway down my back.

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Cheyenne, I love the truly messy bun, set your hair first in large rollers as this gives extra body and volume but also means the tendrils that fall from the messy bun have a cool wave to them. Apply a styling cream to the hair after you take the rollers out as this really separates and defines the movement but also makes the hair less formal looking. Using padding in the bun if you need to, but make sure the whole thing is very loose and soft looking without too much hair spray. Have you thought about having something elegant to go with the wedding theme shaved into your undercut?

I have seen some amazing, really beautiful looks and so edgy especially in the wedding pics from the back? Good luck and have an amazing day.





Kaylin asks:
Iíve had long wavy darkish brown hair for forever! And Iím tired of it. I want a hair cut and to change my hair colour. But I donít know what length I should cut it or what colour would be good in my hair. I also have thin hair. Helppppp!!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Kaylin, go for a LOB a long bob, keep it really blunt on the ends and have some caramel baby lights put all the way through your hair. See how you like the colour and shape then you can progress the colour at the end of the summer when its been lightened naturally and perhaps go a bit shorter? Good luck







Susan asks:
I just had my hair coloured and the hairdresser said I could use a henna wax to help condition it. Is that the best thing to use? There are so many products about that I am a bit confused as to which is the best treatment. I have curly but dry hair and also straighten it.Thanks sue

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Susan, I prefer to recommend for curly coloured treated hair, moisturizing masks. There are lots available on the high street as well as in salons. Apply, comb through and cover with a shower cap for 20 minutes for best results. The moisture in the mask will help soften your hair so make it easier to straighten and smooth. Thank you





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