|Amy asks: |
All my life I have had coarse frizzy hair that I would brush straight despite its natural wave. Last year I got a body wave done that brings out some curls to it and I love it. Right now however I am interviewing for jobs and trying to get my long curly hair into a professional look. Any advice for keeping the length but still looking professional?
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If your hair is wavy you need to manipulate the curls so they fall into loose curls rather than frizzy ones! I would suggest washing your hair with a curl defining shampoo and conditioner such as JLife Catch A Wave ...More >
After washing pat hair to get rid of excess water and use a serum based product for curls on the damp hair try. This will take the frizz out of your hair and help to define curls.
Then section hair and using your finger manipulate spirals, use a diffuser on your hairdryer to dry hair. You do not need to dry it completely! If you keep twisting your hair around your fingers it will guide the hair into nice loose spirally curls and after a few times of doing this it will be easier. This should give you as really nice look and is also a good look at the moment!
|Sharon asks: |
I have unbelievable thick long hair, that when wet has kinks in... I would like to find a style that is short-medium length without it looking bushy and unmanagable, I would like to have a sliced, choppy bob or a pixie cut... I would like to know if these would be suitable for thick hair, I have an oval face... I have read so many conflicting material to these styles, I am now confused.
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If your hair is thick I would go for a choppy just below the chin length bob as this will suit your oval face and will mean you can have a lot of the thickness cut out of your hair which will in turn make it more manageable. Do not be tempted to go too short if you are not 100% sure about it as if your hair is very thick it may look bouffant! Choppy bobs are very in for this summer so go for it but make sure you explain exactly what you want and take a picture of the style with you if possible! Have a look on the style gallery on the site for some ideas.
|Elizabeth asks: |
I have very long naturally Dark to Mid Brown hair, but for the last 2 years, I have been applying a natural black permanent hair colour. The condition is excellent, and now I only need to touch up the roots every 8 weeks or so. But now, after a series of life changes, I want to go back to my Cindy Crawford style highlighted look, which I had about 6 years ago. I am 26, and do not yet have any signs of grey. Is it possible to highlight hair which has been coloured so dark? I have seen it done before, but I know I will loose at least a third off my length, if not half due to chemical damage through lightening. Are my expectations too high?
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It is possible to colour over coloured hair but with me not being able to see it and if it is very dark I would suggest going to a professional and seeking advice. They may strip a lot of the colour out of it first and then highlight on top. It might take a few times of going to get the desired look but it is possible and fairly straightforward. You can get free consultations at most salons!
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