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Jeff asks:
I have dense hair with very thick grain. As a result my hair is always straight and when I try to comb it, it becomes straight again within minutes. So I really have no hairstyle at all except for army style very short hair.

Sue PembertonAnswered By:
Sue Pemberton
Add texture to the hair by cutting into the hair, this will improve the look of your hair texture and stop if looking so straight. This type of cut will give appearance of different lengths, even on short hair. I would suggest that a choppy hair cut might be better regardless of your length. Then when styling, use your hands as a styling tool rather than a comb. You could also always add a splash of colour to break up the density of the hair.





Katie asks:
I have dyed my hair many times over the past few years - I have been light brown, dark brown, black and all shades of red. My natural colour is a blonde colour and Id like to go back to it. Whats the best was to go about it? I am thinking of having the colour stripped by an expert hairdresser, then dying it a shade similar to my natural one. What do you think?

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
Providing you go to an expert salon in colour correction you should be able to change your colour. As to it coming out close to your natural colour then this could be tricky. ...More >

I would make sure you ask for a strand test doing beforehand so you can make sure your colour comes out as you wish.

Also check the condition of the strand test after the colour correction to ensure it still looks healthy, it is my experience that this is a tricky process and it can affect your hair condition drastically.

By having the strand test done first you will see the result before you have your whole head done.

Better to be safe than sorry.







Kim asks:
I have thick hair it was cut into a razored layered bob and on one side into a vertical look its chin length on the sides and the other side is a little vertical but like the other side. As it grows it looks bad and every time I get it trimmed they make the problem worse. What can I do to help it, it looks uneven, one side looks longer and one side looks shorter thanks

Gary SunderlandAnswered By:
Gary Sunderland
First thing! Look for another hairdresser or some one who knows what they are actually doing. It is not the tools it is the person carrying out the work causing the problem.

Find a new stylist and get it sorted.





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