|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?
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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.
|Shane (Miss) asks: |
I am a white female and have immensely curly, frizzy hair, I
am 36 and I can honestly say it has affected my life I have tried the Brazilian Keratin treatment (at HOB in Loughton)) which made it easier for me to style straight although only once or twice and my hair fought desperately against being straight and looked rubbish by the following morning. Can you suggest anything? I have never had my hair chemically straightened before and wonder if this is the way I should go? I have heard about the IHR - is this the best one?
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I think the first port of call is to book a consultation with a reputable hairdresser to discuss your options. There are some brilliant professional formula products that can help - we really like Sebastianís potion 9 - a leave in rich moisturiser.
Before booking a chemical process it is of paramount importance to establish the condition of the hair and whether you have colour on at the moment. The process we use in our salons is Wellaís Wella strate.
|Samantha asks: |
I have mid-length brown hair with blonde highlights and it is naturally straight, although it is slightly wavy towards the bottom,
and I occasionally get split ends, I only straighten my hair at weekends to avoid as much damage as possible, but I do feel like a change in my hairstyle, I have already had a fringe, but replaced it with a side fringe, and I donít know whether or not to cut my hair fairly short because that seems to be the fashion at the moment, or if I should keep the length. I also really need some ideas on what colour to dye my hair, I currently have highlights, but I would prefer a full colour, lighter than my hair is now, my hair is light brown, but could I go for a blonde colour?
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You could go for anything Samantha! I would go for a short graduated bob first with your haircut with a really sharp fringe. That is really fashionable now and it is going to be like that for a while now! Secondly why not have a couple of different colours of blonde through as highlights, this could give you a great new look for the spring. Start by going to a salon for a consultation and skin test for your colour and then go from their. We have a great blonde bob in our style gallery, have a look!
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