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Louise asks:
I have dark blonde fine hair and an oval/long face. What style would best suit? I seem to spend my life asking the hairdressers who just suggests the same thing. Long bob with bits cut around my face. I have had that since I was 11! I have a high forehead and my hair looks a bit thin at the scalp.

Just would love a style that looks chunky and fun!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Itís always hard to advice without seeing someone face to face but by the sounds of what you have described you could try having the back graduated and then sloping down at the sides. Then also have some long layers cut throughout to create a little body. This basically is a graduated layered bob, and I would also suggest keeping some form of fringe also.

Andrea asks:
2 years ago I had my son. Normally I have naturally curly hair but it has gone straight and thin. My hair is shoulder length. I would love to know what to do with it as I love my curls and want them back

Dawn CooperAnswered By:
Dawn Cooper
There are a few ways to make hair glossy and curly but, because of your hair loss, you need to be particularly careful with your choice and I would definitely avoid having a harsh treatment like a perm. Racoon Internationalís hair extensions are proven to be gentle to hair - they can even be suitable for people who have lost their through medical treatment such as chemotherapy. The Racoon extension bonding is made using natural extracts and doesnít damage your hair so itís a brilliant way to have full bodied hair. The 100% human hair extensions can then be styled and curled as your own. Top hairdressers use them for wedding styles because they are so great at holding curl.

Teri asks:
I am 39yrs old with dark brown hair which is going grey at the front mainly with the odd grey hair all over at the moment I colour my hair a dark reddish brown so the roots donít show too much but the grey at the front is getting worse. Iím thinking of having highlights to help hide the grey is this a good idea? Or do you have any other ideas please.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Covering grey with high/low lights is a great way of reducing the grey in your hair and also the re growth will not be as obvious when growing out.

Having said this it will only cover up to about 50% grey hair after this point you will need to consider a full head colour.

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