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Rajni Singh asks:
hi I have small round face and long straight hair in length so can u suggest me a perfect hair cut with flicks and fringes also I dont wanna shorten my hair length.... so plz plz plz suggest a good haircut for me

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
I think soft waves work really well as they add volume to and texture, I also think face framing layers work very well unless you are able to have a fringe trim on a regular basis. The layers again making curling and waving easier, I always suggest using heated styling tools that have a temp control so as to prevent as much damage as possible.

Good luck





Abigail asks:
I have naturally thick curly hair with middle length. On my birthday Iíd love to go to a professional hairdresser and get it cut really short with possibly some thinning as I feel like it be less hair to deal with and I can finally pay more attention to taking care/ products that help maintain it.

And my aware it becomes curlier when shortened (I donít mind the look) but u wanted to know if thereís any way to either make it wavy/straight e.get relaxers and such or wavy/ straight naturally?

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Abigail

Have you considered an undercut rather than losing length and thinning, I strongly advise its really such a great option. It means the volume of hair is dramatically reduced and then with really rich moisturizing shampoo, conditioner and treatments alongside a strict hair care regime you take control of your hair whether straight or curly. ...More >

Good luck







Olivia asks:
My mum was bleached blonde and had been for years... her hair started breaking so needed a change.

The idea was to stay as blonde as possible with a really light brown colour as a base, the hairdresser applied a dark brown permanent colour and foiled some blondes into the hair, it looks dreadful, would we strip the hair now and then apply a light brown dye over the top?? Please help!!

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Olivia

The best thing to do first as the dark brown colour will fade very quickly to a much lighter brown is to keep shampooing it as much as possible with a deep cleanse or clarifying shampoo. This will blend the highlights and give an overall lighter look to the hair and a true base where you can decide what to do next for the best. I would suggest brown or blonde shampoo and conditioner as they gives your mum flexibility.





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