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Julie asks:
I am 41 and have medium to fine textured hair thatís just below chin length bob thatís coloured red. I get fed up of my hair and like to change it regularly including the colour, I am happy to style it, I have a heart shaped face but I am a little overweight so it appears slightly rounder, any ideas!

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
Layering the hair is often a great solution to add new life to your look. Keep the layers square as this will remove and neutralize the appearance of roundness. Perhaps something a little off balanced will keep the shape fresh Ė if you are daring enough! Styling is vital to the new look, Iím a huge fan of using the texture nature provides and your hands are the best tool when it comes to styling. Layering is the perfect solution, add some multi dimensional colour Ė a few shades, focused on the front of the hair cut will enhance the shape.





Leigh asks:
I have been having 3 shades of highlights golden blonde, blonde colours in my hair for approx 4 years. My natural colour is mid brown with some grey at the roots. I am thinking of applying Loreal Recital Preference in 7.3, but am unsure if I can do this on top of the highlights. I have about three inches of root. Will the Loreal colour react to the highlights in my hair or will I get a slightly different colour at the roots compared to where the highlights are? I have always used a Hairdresser for the colour but am loathed to continue paying the £100 for the privilege. Please help!

Calum TierneyAnswered By:
Calum Tierney
STOP! THINK! I would definitely not attempt to colour your hair! Because of the differing colours through your hair the end result would not be good at all. I would advise you to go and have a consultation and a price on how to achieve your desired look. We have had many experiences when clients have "had a go" at colouring their hair and it costs more money in the long run after we have put their hair right!

Treat yourself, you deserve it!







Tabby asks:
I have a round-oval face and quite straight, fine, thick hair. My current style is what used to be a longer take on the bob style, but itís growing out now and looks a bit awkward and boring. Iíd really like a drastic cut, just to shake things up. Iíve been considering having a "boy-short" style, with longer layers at the top to keep things feminine. The only problem is because of bad mistakes in the past, I really donít like putting product in my hair and usually just dry it upside-down every morning. So considering all this, should I go for it, or just have my old bob cut back?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
If you were to have your hair cut into a shorter style, I donít have a concern with it suiting you but the irony to having shorter hair is you do have to spend time styling it, where as a bob is a very quick to look after.

I would strongly recommend booking a free consultation with your hairdresser, and take some magazine photos of styles you like so they can see your thoughts.





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