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Shelley asks:
I have thick hair and a round face, my hair at the moment is cut into layers. However, it is poofy at the top, how can I stop it going like this?

Gina AkersAnswered By:
Gina Akers
Its sounds like your hair could be a little unruly, you could try weighing it down with styling products such as TIGIís Control Freak Serum.

I think the most important thing to do is when you next have your haircut tell your stylist about the problem and ask for more weight to be left in this area. The layers may have been cut too short or you may have a double crown. Your stylist should be able to cut your hair in such a way that the style takes these factors into account. Alternatively big hair and height at the crown is very fashionable at the moment and also has the effect of making you look slimmer and taller, so that height at the top may not be a bad thing!





Wanda asks:
I have very thick course hair and there was a hair style on your site by Lisa Edwards and was wondering if that style is for thick hair or not or does my hair have to be thinned out for it

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
This style is fantastic on thick hair. Your hairdresser would be able to create this look using a slicing technique with shears by creating internal layers using a blade (razor), to reduce the hairs volume and create texture for easy styling.

When styling use Professional tecni art hair mix glam definition and finish off with sculpting wax for great shine and texture.







S asks:
I have really thick hair but few months ago I got a Chinese hair cut, they tend to use sharp blades to add texture to the hair. However this looked really good to start with but now that it has grown out it has become really thin at the bottom. Now my hair is not thick anymore and I miss it, I do not no what to do should I cut it completely short to the thick layers or should I wait for it to grow back.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Basically they seemed to have used thinning scissors on you hair to reduce volume and thickness. Do not worry, its not necessary to cut it off and start again. What you need to do is to have at least 2 inches cut off the length and layers, with normal scissors not thinning scissors or a razor, to begin thickening the hair back to its former glory. You will feel better instantly, then leave it another 6 weeks and trim regularly. Your hair will look and feel thin and almost torn by having this type of cut, but take my advice and get yourself booked in next week.





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