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Warren asks:
I want to grow my hair a little longer to get it styled a bit more modern where traditionally I would have it cut short and given a basic style. I have decided on a change, I want it longer so it just goes over the ears but I want a modern style but my problem is my hair. It seems to be really thick and it seems every time I have a hair wash the ends of my hair even when dry tend to frizz or look static and will not remain straight. If I was to go to my hairdressers do I need to ask them for anything specific like to thin my hair out or do I just ask them for a modern look?

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
The best thing to do is to ask for your hair to be thinned out so the weight is not as bulky - the other thing I would suggest you do is invest in some hair straighteners. They really flatten the hair down and stop all of that unnecessary frizzing. Do not be afraid to use appliances like this as it really is the best way to get the look you are after

Dawn asks:
I have very fine medium length blonde hair and was wondering if you could advise me on a type of style I could go for? I have a longish face and I would like something that is easy to do in a morning.

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
You could have a textured haircut that would come onto your cheekbones and also around your face to bring softness onto your face and give your total look more balance. I would also advise you to have some colour of a couple of shades. You could have some lowlights of a shade darker than your natural colour and also some lighter highlights through the top of your style. This again would give a beautiful textured look that with the use of styling products you should simply dry your hair, apply a small amount of product and then you are ready to go!

Liz asks:
I gave birth for the 2nd time a year ago, just after that my dad died so for the last year have been under a lot of stress. After giving birth I lost lots of hair but it started growing back but I now think the stress of the last year has taken its toll. I have naturally curly hair but cannot get it to curl anymore so am having to put it up every day. My hair is dry and flyaway. I have it highlighted but always have. I do not do anything differently. This problem is really getting me down. My ends are really dry and damaged, do I have to wait for it to grow, or shall I have it all cut off? I want my curly hair back.

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Stress related hair loss is a little less so. Both are classed as temporary and reversible, so your hair will grow back properly but it can be difficult to say how long the stress related hair loss will continue for. Any excessive hair loss will revert back to a normal rate and new growth will eventually allow you to grow your hair longer again. In the meantime it might be better to keep you hair shorter so that it looks better, with less wispy ends. Also use a treatment conditioner to overcome the dryness, so when the bulk of your hair is ready to grow longer again it is in good condition and less likely to break.

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