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Audrey asks:
My Hairdresser has made a mess of my hair she has left me with short and long bits in my hair I use GHDs which makes a difference.

Matthew DavidAnswered By:
Matthew David
It sounds to me your stylist has attempted to layer your hair and unfortunately has been unsuccessful in doing so. This means that your hair cut is very disconnected, long bits-short bits etc. I suggest you go to a good respectable salon and have a consultation with a stylist (this will be free) explain how you feel with your hair and they will be able to help put right your layering problem. Personally I think that your layers need to be blended together, this will make handling and styling your hair a lot easier. I know you said using irons rescue the problem however long term this will damage and weaken your hair if the layers are not correct. Donít forget to use a heat protection product when using irons at all times.

Lilly asks:
I am a new model and was wondering how to go about getting into hair modeling for magazines. I think I would be very able at this line of work!

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
There are two ways of doing this. One is to join a model agency so that they can try to get work on your behalf by having some test shots done of you.

The second is to enquire at hairdressers to see if they require a hair model.

Faiza asks:
I just wanted to ask, I have too many grey hairs, my family says not to dye them, they think the situation will turn out to be worse, can please give me some advice on whether I should use a dye or not and if I should then which one would be best for me.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
Having your hair coloured does not make the situation worse, but once you start it is something that you will need to keep having done.

At this stage I would advise booking a free consultation at your hairdressers so they can see your hair. By the sounds of it I would recommend starting with a semi permanent colour which will wash out over a period of time. This way if you donít like it youíre not stuck with it and it is also very gentle on the hair.

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