|Bri asks: |
My hair has always been really thin but not too long ago it started getting way to thin at the top middle front about where my hair parts at. I have hair almost to my waist and due to my recent hair loss I have to get it cut which I really do not want do. Is there anything that I can do or maybe put in my hair to make it thicker or at least appear that way? And if I do have to cut it I was thinking about shoulder length and layered or do you have a better suggestion of a hair cut that would help? I just really want my hair to grow
back hopefully thicker too.
|Answered By: |
I would suggest you speak to your hairdresser about the recent hair loss and get a professional opinion before you do anything drastic like cutting it. They may suggest you visit a Trichologist for a more detailed diagnosis. It may be that you can create more volume using hair extensions without resorting to cutting your hair. But, I would strongly suggest you visit a reputable hair salon and have a thorough consultation to ensure your hair can take extensions. I would recommend a Racoon salon (01295 770999 for your nearest salon) as they can offer real hair, synthetic hair and also hair wefts depending on your needs and budget.
|Becca asks: |
I have quite short hair, which is rather dark brown, I am very faired skin and wanted to do something radical with my hair, such as dying it letter box red, due to work I cannot, but I was thinking white blonde.. How would I know if it will suit me or look right?
|Answered By: |
Book a consultation with your stylist and they will assess your skin tone and also check out your eye colour. They will then be able to advise you on colour choice. The basic rules are that you can go with a colour that will compliment your skin tone and work with it or if you want to stand out in a crowd you can go the opposite!
Your hairdresser will be able to give you an idea and also show you some colours that will be great for you! Go for it!
|Kat asks: |
I have reasonably long blonde hair and in the winter my hair always goes dull and lifeless, I was considering dying my hair brown, but I am unsure if it will look right. Is there anything you can suggest to make my hair have more life to it? I also have a long face and never know what kind of style to go for I would like to change my style but again I am worried that it will look horrid? Can you suggest any styles to me?
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Your hair probably feels dull in the winter because it has not been lightened by the sun on any holidays you have. You could have some subtle highlights scattered throughout your hair that will lighten and give life to your look. I would also suggest keeping longer layers around your face as this will help balance your face shape. I would tend to keep the length no longer than shoulders because this can give an elongated look if your hair is too long. Book a consultation with a good salon and see what they recommend. I am sure it will fall in with what I have advised.
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