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Debbie asks:
I have really thick hair and its at the stage where it is getting a bit of a weight. I have had short hair in the past but it was not a nice hair style, what sort of short hair styles that can I go for without the thickness of my hair?

Pablo AlvarezAnswered By:
Pablo Alvarez
You can have a variety of styles it all depends of your face shape. My suggestion would be something with few layers , but not to short, also ask your stylist to remove some of the weight out by thinning the hair from approximately 3' inches away from the root in the lower layers. Also pay attention when your hairdresser styles your hair and ask as many questions as you possibly need to create the style at home.





Natalie asks:
I have long straight, thin but a lot of hair I need a new style that is kind of spiky and about medium too short in length, but extremely easy and fast to do. Can you help?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
I have long straight, thin but a lot of hair I need a new style that is kind of spiky and about medium too short in length, but extremely easy and fast to do. Can you help?







Pam asks:
I have been getting a full head of blonde highlights now for about 4 years. I am 15 and my hair is quite thick. I have always thought about dyeing my hair like a dark brown colour but I am scared to get it done in case it does not suit me! Are there any temporary dyes you could recommend that I could put in my hair that wash out after a few washes and would not stick to my current highlights? Also I have quite a round face and I normally wear my hair straight with a side fringe. But now that curled or wavy hair is coming in, I would like a change, something young and fashionable. I watched a programme recently where they used these cone shaped perming rods and I really liked the effect. Do you think this would suit my face shape? Is it very severe on your hair?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Wow, so you have been colouring your hair since you were 11 years old! Firstly, before you go ahead and colour your hair yourself with such a drastic change I would suggest you visit your local salon and get a consultation on what tones will suit your skin tones. If you go too dark it could drain your skin and leave you looking very pale, it may be that you need some warmer chestnut tones to bring some life into your cheeks. I really would not attempt using a home colour for this as it could end up patchy and not wash out as much as you think. In regards to changing your straight hair, why not give it a go yourself using either tongs or your ceramic styling irons? The heat from ceramic irons means that curls last much long than tongs. This way you can create sleek or waves depending on your mood rather than going to the expense of a permanent treatment.





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