|Cate asks: |
I have thick, wavy hair that's never been treated. I've just had it cut shorter than usual, to just above the shoulder, and the hairdresser cut choppy layers into it to make it hang less heavily than it was doing. It looks great at home, even after fairly minimal blow-drying (straight-ish), but is completely uncontrollable in the current humidity for a day at work, and I've had to resort to tying it back because it's going so wavy. Was it a mistake to have it layered, and what can I do in the meantime?
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There is only one thing you can do while you are waiting to grow the layers longer, use Stay Straight or Straightening Balms to help to control the humidity in the summer months. OR - as your hair is wavy, why not try to use the curl instead of hiding it. If you use Curl up products and dry your hair naturally or with a diffuser attachment - you may be surprised at the results. Waves and texture are the big trend for this year. - Sorry I canít be more helpful.
|Karlene asks: |
I have thin blonde hair. I donít know how to get it cut so it will look good on me without having to spend more than thirty minutes a day styling it. I have a round, very circular face with small eyes, and a longer forehead. What cut should I go for?
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Donít be tempted by a bob of any kind - as you have a round face a bob would accentuate the fullness of your jaw. A short shag or pixie in the style of Michelle Williams would make the most of thin hair.
The best way to style a crop is to wash your hair with Poker Straight Shampoo and Conditioner. Apply some Poker Straight Glistening Balm, to your hair while it is still damp to keep it under control and looking hot all day! Blow dry using a paddle brush to get your hair as flat as possible. Pump a small amount of Messed Up Wonder Webb, into the palms of your hands and rub together. Pull hands apart and clap to create the webbing effect, it will look weird in your hands but wicked in your hair! Without looking in the mirror, work vigorously through the whole of your hair. Now look in the mirror and finger into place. My hot tip is Ďremember you can add but you canít take awayí. Remember that if your hair is currently long, you can get it cut shorter in stages to avoid trauma. Your stylist can give you a longer version of the cut you want as you can always take it shorter if you change your mind, but you canít turn back time once itís been chopped off!
|Rosanne asks: |
I have wavy hair mostly at the ends, very healthy no split ends when at home my hair looks healthy but when I go into the sun it
tends to frizz and looks very dry. I love my wavy hair donít think
I am using the right products to set my hair on a daily basis which
will not damage my hair in anyway. Can you suggest any product to reduce frizziness so I can wear my wavy hair naturally?
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I would recommend using L'Oreal Professional tec-ni art Liss control.
This product will help smooth and control naturally curly frizzy hair. It is excellent. ...More >
You can also work a small amount of L'Oreal Professional serum into the hair after drying for a beautiful shinny result.
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