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Connie asks:
I have medium blonde hair it flicks out, I want it to look nice and pretty like a proper girl not like a tomboy or anything itís frizzy as my Grandma always wanted it to be curly and I donít like it curly I have tried straghtening it every morning but I get told off and it is killing my hair and I want it straight I hate it what can I do to keep it straight all the time.

Darren MessiasAnswered By:
Darren Messias
To be honest Connie the best way of keeping your hair straight is to use straightening irons.

You are right to think that straightening your hair all the time will damage it, but you can buy products to use before straightening your hair that will help protect your hair. ...More >

I would also say that curly hair is going to be very popular this year so if I were you I would wear my hair curly from time to time.





Fatima asks:
My client has straight and wishís to have her hair cut into a classic shape The hair is very bulky and the client wants to have it thinned a little with some layering to get rid of some of the weight. She also likeís to wear a fringe but she has a cowlick. The hair is coarse in texture can you help find her nice hair style?

Jason JohnsonAnswered By:
Jason Johnson
I would advise you to go along to a salon for a consultation and ask the stylist what they would recommend for you. If your hair is quite thick you will have lots of options. The cowlick in your fringe should be ok once you have had some advice on which products to use and how to blow dry your hair. ...More >

Why not have a look through the style gallery on the site and then you could show the stylist what appeals to you?

Good luck for a new look!







Liz asks:
I have very thick straight hair which for years was cut in a medium bob. Now I have it in a layered bob but want a fringe. I do not want a very heavy fringe as I have a disastrous one in the past which took a long time to grow out. What should I ask the hairdresser to do as I am frightened of ending up with a huge heavy fringe again?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Ask the hairdresser to section the hair off at the front when itís wet and you can see the thickness. Begin with a light fringe to start with and then you can always add more later. As you hair is thick I suggest that you donít go for a really thin fringe as it wont balance with your hair type.

Good Luck





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