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Emma asks:
I am thinking of getting a bob my hair is long at the moment but I am really scared, Ii have a thin face and think it will not suit me but my hair is horrible and I need a new look and advice?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
When you have a thin face you want a hair style that will fill it out and make it look rounder. The bob style is perfect for helping achieve this: providing you have a fringe. The reason I say this is that a fringe will shorten the length of your face. Also ensure your stylist adds some soft internal layers into your bob. This will help stop the sides of your bob from laying flat around your face and ensure it does not give the illusion of your face being thinner.

I am sure if done correctly it will look fab.





Amanda asks:
I have REALLY thick, combination hair (curly, wavy and straight) thatís past the middle of my back. I have this annoying layer of frizz hovering above the rest of my hair. Are there any good products out there to help with the frizz? Iíve tried different products with no success. Frizz comes back as soon as my hair is dry. Right now all I can do is put it in a loose ponytail that rests on the back of my neck. Is there anyway for me to "tame" my hair so I donít have to always have it pulled back?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Product wise I would strongly recommend Sebastian Potion 9 which is a leave in conditioner which will help reduce the frizz and apply shine.

You have probably tried this already, but the best tool for smoothing unruly hair is ceramic straightening irons, which will enable you to style your hair differently.







Kristie asks:
Please help, foe about 6 months now when I wake up in the morning and my hair is literally on ends. It looks like the bride of Frankenstein. I have a - line bob and have had this haircut for about 2 years so itís not new. My hair is very fine. What can I do, what do you think is causing it?

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
It sounds like you are experiencing a build up of static in your hair during your sleep. If your bedding is nylon that can do it so you could try changing that or even try wearing a silk headscarf. You could also use a styling product that repels static which most styling products do.





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