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Jo asks:
I have very thin, shoulder length black hair with a fringe. My dress is strapless and burgundy and black in colour. I just donít know what to do with it! I would like to wear it up, but also look quite modern. I will be wearing a tiara or diamante headband.

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Make sure your fringe is cut and shaped beautifully and your colour is perfect. Wear your hair up in a high ponytail backcombing the underneath to create volume and have a great time!





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.







Sadiya asks:
My hair is black and long up to my back. I have a round face which way do you think my fringe would suit, my hair is curly I want to make it straight without using a straightener but how?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Take a look at What is my face shape? it will help you but at the end of the day it is all down to your own personal preference. If you try your fringe in a couple of directions over a week, see which one you get the most compliments for. With regards to getting your curly fringe to be straight, the quickest way is going to be with straighteners, it is not a large area and should not require extensive heat to keep it straight every two or three days. Use a good quality hair straightener protector on your fringe and use a mild temperature so as to keep your hair healthy.





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