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Tej asks:
My hair is curly, thick, long, prone to split ends because I straighten it so much and it is unbearably frizzy. I am looking for a style that will minimise the thickness and work for both curly and straight hair that requires little effort to work well. I like the length of my hair (just above my butt) but I am prepared to chop it off to just below shoulder length if need be. My face is small and quite round which none of the models these days seem to have- I want something that suits me, please help!

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Geometric or square layers work best, both should be over directed back to retain extra length at front. Have it cut to just above shoulders and get your stylist to take 1 inch sections, and sharply chop hair in at roots and midlengths of your hair. How much will depend on the suitability and thickness of your hair. This will make the hair more interesting with a randomness and structure to your cut which will work both curly and straight.





Amanda asks:
I am at my wits end. I have really fine dark blonde hair. Around the front it never grows more than 3-4" before ceasing to grow anymore. I have quite a square face wider at the lower jaw. I am looking for a colour and style that will flatter my shape and also give the appearance of volume.

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
I think the best way to use colour in finer hair is to use contrast to give the appearance of lighter hair. By adding two different colours you give the impression of thickness as the lighter colour will appear closer to the eye and the darker colour further away, this illusion creates volume. A round shaped layer with graduation coming on to your face starting just above the jaw line, some length to be kept at back so when you tuck your hair behind ears there is still some hair to balance jawline, a slightly sweeping fringe could also work, your layers should give you more volume especially around the crown area.







Megan asks:
I have recently coloured my hair a natural dark brown colour, from my normal bleached blonde highlights. I bought a shampoo which is meant for brunettes, but after I used it the first time, my hair was greasy looking within a day of washing it. I decided to persevere for a couple more washes but the same thing kept happening, so I bought another similar shampoo to try, but this has not made a difference, neither have any of the other shampoos I have used. My hair is now getting so greasy it needs washing again within 12 hours of the last wash. I am at the end of my tether as I cannot be bothered to wash my hair every day! Please help!

Trevor SorbieAnswered By:
Trevor Sorbie
Excess greasiness like this may be caused by a hormonal or dietary imbalance. I would suggest that you visit your doctor or a trichologist for advice before trying any more shampoos.





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