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Kezi asks:
I have long and very thick wavy hair, and am thinking of getting a full fringe. Lots of people I know have told me it wonít suit me, but I really want to get one and I think it will suit me. I have a long/oval face, can you give me advice on whether to get a fringe or not?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
If you have an oval/long shaped face a fringe would look great! Itís when people have a round face they have to be careful about full fringes. So your friends are wrong! However, make sure that the rest of your cut blends in with your fringe and is part of the overall style.





Catherine asks:
I had my second child at the end of May and am in desperate need of a hairstyle change. I currently have long straight, very fine, very blonde highlighted hair. Due to time and finances I very rarely get to have my roots done so they look awful and because my hair is so fine it looks like flyaway straw if I donít dry and straighten it which I often donít have time for. Also I have a cowís lick which makes it difficult to have a fringe, although I would like one. I would love a new low maintenance and cheap to maintain style, preferably still blonde and with some length.

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
One very simple thing you can do to ease your obvious roots to tone down your highlights. Why not go for more natural caramel and honey tones when you next get your hair highlighted, that way they will be less obvious when they grow out. I would invest in a good quality serum to control the unruly hairs, and it is possible that your hair is being made even more flyaway by the fact that you are straightening it so often. Make sure that when using straighteners you always protect your hair first by using a protective spritz, such as LíOreal Hot Style Iron Finish (£12.30). As far as your fringe is concerned, why not try a sweeping fringe that incorporates your cowís lick? Or if you donít mind spending a bit of time styling your hair each morning, run some mousse through damp hair and then style with your hairdryer on a high setting, using a barrelled brush such as the Kent Hot Curls Brush (£8.00). Roll your fringe around the brush and then aim the nozzle of the hairdryer down the hair shaft. This brush has a ceramic coated heat retaining core and so will enable you to tame your cowís lick into submission!







Patricia asks:
I am a 61 year old woman - Iíve been colouring my hair since God was a boy but I now think it would look good if I let it go back to its írealí colour which was very dark. Iíve got a lot of white hair at the front and the rest is sprinkled through. I am currently very blonde - how do I go about doing it? Iím tempted to shave it off, buy a wig and see what happens when it grows back but I think this is a bit drastic! What do you advice?

Akin KoniziAnswered By:
Akin Konizi
I would strongly advice you not to shave your hair off unless this is really what you want to do. Alternatively visit a professional colour technician for a colour correction appointment as when taking your hair from blonde to dark, you would have to pre-pigment the hair to get an even and lasting colour result.





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