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Angela asks:
I have made a major mistake with my daughters hair this evening by putting chunky highlights very close to the roots and too close together. Through the length of the hair they look nice but at the roots they are very blonde and chunky and was wondering if there is anything I can do to soften them. Her hair is naturally a medium brown.

Sue PembertonAnswered By:
Sue Pemberton
Unfortunately it is a lot more difficult to advise you of what to do unless I can actually see and analyze the situation. A professional stylist will be able to advise you on what needs to be done to give your daughter the end result she is looking for fortunately anything done with colour can be changed or corrected so not all is lost.





Aimee asks:
I have curly hair, but not frizzy and was wondering what the best cut is for me? I have long hair and was thinking of cutting a thick fringe but not too sure if this is the best for curly hair as it might curl up during the day. What is the best and cut for my hair, still keeping up with the trends?

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
A fringe can work on way or curly hair, absolutely but keen in mind it will not appear and react like naturally straight hair. So you have to get with the flow of nature. You could blow dry the fringe to control the hair. I personally prefer leaving it all natural. A fringe is an excellent option to strengthen long hair, especially the face shape as it opens the cheek bone and jaw line area. Fringes come and go but there never really out.







Lindsey asks:
I am a 23 white female. I just got sew in extensions for the first time. I have red bumps along my hairline because the corn rows are too tight (I think). Once the sew ins are removed will the red bumps go away?

Diane ShawAnswered By:
Diane Shaw
Congratulations on having sewn in extensions for the first time. However they should not have been done so tight so as to cause red bumps in the first place. This is a sign that the cornrow is far too tight and is adding pressure to your hair roots especially as this is your first time. You have done well to withstand the pressure which is not good for your hair line. However they will become loose but I would not recommend you have them put in as tightly again.

The red bumps should start to disappear once they have been removed, but ideally the red bumps should have disappeared by now. Try spraying some none oily leave in conditioner on the inflamed area. If the bumps have not disappeared whilst the extensions are in, then I recommend you have them removed. One of the better techniques is the Hook and Latch which uses no glue, cornrow or threads.





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