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Amy asks:
I have a longish bob at the moment and I'm having my hair cut soon but I don't know what to have done, as I don't think it is long enough to have taken out of a bob yet. I have wavy/bushy hair. I also don't know if a block fringe would suit me as I have a heart shaped face. What would you recommend I get done?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Lucky you! You have a heart shaped face and so can pretty much get away with any hair style that you like!

Bobs look great on your face shape and just because you have one doesnít mean it has to be short. Longer bobs frame the face softly and donít look as severe as shorter bobs sometimes do. ...More >

When you go to get your hair cut, explain that you are growing your hair so would like to keep the length but just need some shape cut into your style.

Instead of going for a full block fringe which may be difficult to maintain with wavy hair, a softer, sweeping side fringe would work better for you.

As your hair is naturally wavy, itís easy for you to go for the natural, mussed up waves of Kirsten Dunst. Simply give your hair a quick blast with your dryer and spritz with Messed Up Spray Wax (£4.49 for 150ml) for that sexy rock chick look.

To wear this style smooth and straight will take you a little longer as your hair is naturally wavy, but rest assured a few extra minutes of prep will ensure your locks stay perfect all day!

When blowdrying, point the dryer down the hair shaft to keep the follicles smooth.

Spritz your hair with my P2Fifty Straightening and Blowdry Heat Protection Spray (£6.99 for 200ml) and go over your hair lightly with my Poker Straight and Kinda Curly Styling Irons £48.

to get your fringe looking super sexy, give it a quick blast with your dryer to leave it smooth and polished, and youíre good to go!

Charlotte asks:
I have a strong cows flick at the front of my head and I hate it! I have brown hair and it is just past my shoulders. I have a side fringe, but it looks ridiculous I don't know what else I can have done.

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
You might want to think of letting the bangs grow out a bit and taking off some of your length and also adding some layers to it, to create more volume. Try not to part your hair, just let it part where it wants to, you will never win over the cows flick, work with it rather than against it.

Bastienne asks:
My hair is brown, very thick, curly and frizzy, it reaches my shoulders. Iíve tried all kinds of styles, and obviously nothing suits me but long hair. Unfortunately my hair grows very slowly and it's two or three years before it really looks long (because of the curls); right now it looks puffy and frizzy, though I use appropriate lotions. I have a medium forehead: should I get straight bangs to take off some of the volume? If yes, long or short bangs? and what type, sideways or classical?

Jason KearnsAnswered By:
Jason Kearns
Sounds like you have a few things going on here. First things first, SCISSORS, SCISSORS and someone who knows how to use them and to find a shape that works for you. Then I think you need some lessons on how to work with the texture of your hair. Spend the extra money and find someone good thatís going to spend time with you.

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