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Chrissa asks:
Back in January I got my hair trimmed back into its bob cut but now Iím tired of it and its really not growing fast. Iím going to college in August and want to get a wave perm which goes a little past my shoulders before I go. Is there any reasonable way to get hair to grow without getting extensions?

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
There are many vitamins that can help with hair scalp skin and nails conditions however getting hair to grow is a natural thing it may differ from person to person. Normally though good conditioned hair tends to grow more quickly.





Shereen asks:
I have been having my hair highlighted for about 3-4 years now. I have recently had a child and have no time or money to go to a salon to keep having it done. I thought I could put on an all over colour with toners but I am not sure which one to use. I have blonde and dark blonde highlights.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
Before you try putting on your own colour it may be wiser and cheaper to visit your local salons and enquire if they do model evenings, not only will they be professional they will be cheaper than you think and the colour will be correct first time.







Cora asks:
Well letís start I have an Oval shaped face brown average thickness hair a couple inches below my shoulders and a cowlick on the left front side of my face. I want side swept bangs but Iím not sure what the best style would be to get with this.

Martin HillierAnswered By:
Martin Hillier
Well the most sort after face shape to take basically any style is oval; so well done! As for the side swept fringe (bang) the strength of the ícow lickí will really determine weather this is possible. A good way to see how you hair will react is too take a thick parting across the front of you forehead and let the hair fall on your face and see how much lift you have? Increase the amount of hair until the weight of the hair allows the hair to sit flat. If you do not get to a point of it sitting, could well be the ílickí is too strong and you wonít want the constant hassle of flattening it every day. If it is something you really want, you could always look at chemically straightening the fringe area of course over several months the hair will begin to lift again, but you might be on to a new style by then





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