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Maureen díArcy asks:
Dear Sir/ Madam, Iíve a side parting since I was born which is a good many years ago. Iíve fine hair but loads of it so I was told but a hairdresser and it is true. My hair grows very fast. My hair is below shoulder now but I would love and appreciate if you could advise me on which style would suit me. I always think that I have a square shaped face with tiny forehead. My natural colour is mouse brown, it is going grey now. Looking forward to any advise, Thank you, Maureen. BtyBX

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hello Maureen, I think an inverted bob with the longest parts at the front being around chin length, maybe a soft side face framing fringe would be nice or go the whole hog and chop it all off! Take a look at the images above and if you like them talking them to a salon they will advise you on what will worked best and how to look after it as well. Take care a good luck





Madlin asks:
Hi there - I have hair just below chin length cut into a bob with long layers. My hair is naturally fluffy waves (not defined curls) soft and fine hair but a lot of it. My blow dry never holds for more than an hour after leaving the house - I use good products, let the layers cool, use a good brush and dryer but after exposure to cool morning air and steamy train ride my hair has completed fluffed up, not frizz but thick full waves. What would you recommend to combat this? Thank you in advance! Madlin

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Madlin, Sounds like you are doing everything right, all I can suggest is a humidity spray this should prevent the fluff and fly-aways and help the blow dry last.







Kate asks:
My hair is naturally a mousey brown colour. Over the past years I have had it blonde though. The last couple of times I have visited my stylist I have asked for her to try and move my hair towards a caramel brown colour, with a few highlights, like Jennifer Anistonís. What I have instead is a gold colour which looks like a brassy blonde (that I really hate). At the moment, my stylist puts in a brown dye, and adds in some highlights. At the end, she soaks it with (I think) a gold toner. What should I be asking for to get the colour I want? Thanks for your help

Kala KilshawAnswered By:
Kala Kilshaw
Hi Kate, This is quite a common problem when you donít have lots of grey hair as your hair contains lots of natural warmth. I suggest you ask her to use cool tones that way you will get the depth of colour you want without the gold tones. Ask for a cool toner that way the whole hair colour will tone and blend far better. Hope this helps





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