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Michelle asks:
I have extremely thick hair and I mean extremely. Itís about shoulder blade length and is a curly, wavy mix. There is just too much to do anything with it, without it taking 3 to 4 hours. I want to get it cut but I am just not sure what to do with it exactly. I would like to get it cut up to my collar bone, and razored. But I am afraid that it will be a big puff after that and that it still will take forever to do. So what do you think? What is the best cut for me in your opinion? Donít forget how thick my hair is, everyone that has ever done or felt my hair has said they have never meet anyone with such thick hair in their life.

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Having a razor technique called internal diffusion will reduce the bulk and thickness of your hair. This WILL reduce the time you need to spend on drying and styling your hair. ...More >

Ensure you select a hairstylist that is competent in razoring techniques. Done correctly it will bring your hair to life.

Good luck.





Magaly asks:
I have fine long hair, my wedding will be on March and Iím a small size, I think it would be better an up hair style, what would you recommend?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
I would suggest, if you are petite to wear your hair either half up half down or all down to frame your face rather than all up which can make you look even more petite! Have fun







Loretta asks:
My hair has been naturally curly all my life and in the last 10 months it has gone straight. I am taking Methatrexate and Throxine all stable please help I hate straight hair

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Medication can seriously affect your hair but hair is actually dead! If your hair has gone straight then look at your styling regime including shampoos and conditioners to see if you have changed anything. ...More >

As your hair is naturally curly (or was) it would need moisture to keep its elasticity.

Use a good professional shampoo for curly hair to maintain its strength and bounce.

If all else fails visit a good hair Tricologist to get some hands on advice. This is normally free like a consultation and he/she will be able to help.





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