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Sable asks:
Will dying your hair black cause it to fall out? I have light brown, long hair and everyone tells me dying it does. I have been losing a lot of hair, but have not dyed my hair for about 4-5months, but I have also been under a lot of stress, but still could the dye be adding to hair loss? I do not over dye my hair, only about once every month to 2-3months. please help. Also is there a temporary black dye I could use that will wash out?

Tony MaleedyAnswered By:
Tony Maleedy
Dying your hair will definitely not cause it to fall out. The only way hair colouring can cause hair loss from is if it causes a skin reaction such as a severe dermatitis. You would certainly know if that happened as your scalp would be very red, sore and may blister. If hair becomes extremely dry because of the over use of hair colours it may become brittle and break off but this is quite a different thing to hair falling out. In fact, the stress you have been under is more likely to be causing excessive hair fall so try to eliminate this if possible.





Marilyn asks:
I am looking for a new hair style and cant seem to find one that I think would look good so I need your help. I have a oval face, my hair is med to long. I want to keep the lenght but need a style. My hair is heavy but not really thick and if I go with a straight hair cut then it looks flat. Would my hair look better with it layered towards my face? My hair grows or lays towards my face. My hair is permed right now but what I am looking for is to keep the length but shorter around my face. please help!

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Getting some layers around the face would be a great idea. Having an oval face is every hairdressers dream. It is the perfect face shape, and you could wear any style. It is a good idea to look at some style ideas have a look on the style gallery on the site, then print them off and then take them to your stylist for some advice.







Ashley asks:
I have had bangs since I was little and no matter how many times I try to change them, I always go back to the way they were. I want to try something new with them, but I am not sure what would look good on me, I have a pretty round face. Any suggestions?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Why not experiment with hair extensions? They are a great way to try a new look without any commitment. You can apply micro bonded extensions in the fringe area to create a grown out effect or even thicken out your current fringe for a new style. Its a much quicker way to change your look and you can use different colours to get different effects too.





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