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Jean asks:
I am 62. Have short fine fair hair. Good condition now. No perm for 1 year but would like something gentle to make hair look thicker and easier to style. Also have fine highlights. What sort of perm would you recommend.

Anthony HollandAnswered By:
Anthony Holland
I think a root perm would be the best option this gives a bit of a kick at the roots which gives the hair body. Also try styling your hair different like changing the parting or direction you wear your hair. This can also effect how thick your hair can look. You would probably be best asking your hairdresser about the styles as she will be able to help you more.





Sara asks:
Help! I have had the same boring hairstyle almost all of my life. It is a little past the shoulders and straight. I have chubby cheeks and an overall round face, I need a hot, flirty new hairstyle! Any opinions on what type of cut I should choose?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
I love these types of questions as their so much scope! You are very lucky, oval faces can wear anything! Pudding bowl bobs, long and straight, sharp fringes or even crops. But, remember to ask for some texture through the longer lengths to avoid elongating your face. Cate Blanchetts cut at the Oscars is a fabulous style - soft curls and waves that can be styled straight or wavy depending on your mood. I think Kirsten Dunst is another hairstyle icon - the sleek bob worn to the side with an asymmetric fringe looks gorgeous. Have a look on the style gallery and print some pictures off you love and show them to your hairdresser and tell them what you like and dislike, then take it from there!







Jo asks:
I recently used a Garnier Intense Ultra Light Blonde colour on my hair. The result: Blue Hair! Even though I left it on the amount indicated in the instructions. Is there anything I can use to remove the blue from my hair so that I can at least leave the house.

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
Oh dear - not a good a look! Whatever you do, do not put anything else on your hair, just put a hat or scarf on and head down to your nearest hair salon and they will be able to neutralize the colour without causing any more damage.





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