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Kara asks:
Iím 14 and have shoulder-length, super straight, medium thickness, blonde hair. I am getting very bored with it and am looking for a new cut with minimal styling time needed. I also have a round face shape. Do you have any suggestions?

Mark WoolleyAnswered By:
Mark Woolley
Firstly I would recommend that you stay well away from any blunt, harsh cuts. You need a style that will soften the shape of your face and this can easily be achieved by introducing a long, wispy or sweeping fringe. As for the rest of the cut, why not go for something a bit shorter, such as a graduated bob. As long as you keep the layers at the front long and on your face, this should add length and compliment your face shape. As your hair is naturally straight, this style is easy to maintain, as all you need do is run a bit of serum through clean, dried hair to add shine and definition.





Karen asks:
I have pretty stubborn hair, and I donít know what to do to keep it under control. When I straighten it, it looks fine for a while. The thing about my hair is, it stays straight but gets bigger and bigger so it looks really unattractive. Are there any sprays or lotions or anything I can use? Itís long, wavy, and frizzy/puffy naturally). Biosilk and Finesse do not work, and my hair straighteners from Conair do not work that well either. I have tried straightening in small sections but it reverts back to normal in a very short time. Iím afraid to walk past fans because my hair will blow in different directions and all that time would be ruined.

Diana DudasAnswered By:
Diana Dudas
Humidity is obviously getting into your hair either that or you are not drying your hair completely before straightening, which will cause your hair to revert to frizz. Make sure that you use a good non chemical hair relaxer such as Razzamatazz strait time, comb it through to make your hair smooth and then dry this in thoroughly before using flat irons. Once your hair is dry use a serum such as razzamatazz glitz to keep out humidity.







Sue asks:
I am 55 and after chemo my hair has now gone curly and looks like it deserves a blue rinse - horrors! I have always had a long straight bob and like to think Iím fairly contemporary and I canít bear this look - so ageing! Iím trying to grow it longer but Iíve a way to go, it probably wonít be so bad then but any advice what I can do in the meantime to make the best of it? Iíve quite a round face so this does nothing for me and is so ageing!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Unfortunately this is quite common after chemo, and sadly until your hair has more length and is stronger I would not suggest any form of chemical straightening. There are some good products on the market to help straighten your hair though that you could give a try, such as Lanza Anti Aging





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