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Anne Veck


Charismatic, motivating and creative, Anne Veck has been described as "One of the most iconic hairdressers in the world" by Hair magazine. She is Artistic Director for Anne Veck salons in Oxfordshire, since 1991.Anne is the British Hairdressing Awards Southern Hairdresser of the Year 2016 and her Oxford salon is the Hair Awards Best Regio...



Emma asks:
I dyed my hair black underneath yesterday and while I washed it out my blonde has a very light tint of blue in it how can I correct It my blonde was light ash blonde.

Anne VeckAnswered By:
Anne Veck
This tends to happen if you have 2 colours and one of them is very strong like a red or black and the other one is a blonde. The blonde hair is very porous therefore gets stained easily. You can try to separate your hair when you wash it and wash the dark separately, making sure you apply conditioner on the blonde part. The conditioner will act as barrier. But it will be an ongoing problem if you keep 2 very different colours. What might worth considering is the Keratain Complex Treatment. This will help calm down the waviness and help restore the condition back into your hair. I would strongly suggest you book a free consultation at a salon that offers this service for more details.





Lorraine asks:
I am working with young people with Autism and learning difficulties. Iím also trying to grow my hair. My hair has been pulled several times now. I need a suggestion for a hairdo that makes it difficult to pull my hair. The problem is if itís too difficult to pull out, it will make things worse. These guys pull out whole clumps of hair to get at hair bands and to try to get it down. Iíve also got to have it up in a style that will hold in the swimming pool. I really donít want to have to cut it.

Anne VeckAnswered By:
Anne Veck
The best option would be a style that makes it look a lot shorter than it is and hide any grips, clips etc. A scalp plait would work really well here as it gets your hair out of the way and itís stylish at the same time.







Zarina asks:
Hi, I would like to ask what would be the best haircut options for a face with harsh features? I have a big nose, big forehead and a long face. I am curious as to what hairstyles you can suggest.

Anne VeckAnswered By:
Anne Veck
The longer your hair is, the longer it will make your face look. Drawing the hair back from your face will make a big nose stand out and appear more obvious, especially from the profile. Taking steps to sweep your hair forward instead can serve to minimise the prominence of a big nose. Your hair should not be arranged in a sleek, tight ponytail as this will leave the features exposed, and any sleek or straight elements tend to over-emphasise the nose. Hair that is layered contributes an element of softness to all your facial features, including a larger nose and layers can also present a visual distraction. Soft waves and curls make good additions because they offer volume, while balancing overly prominent facial features. These can be created by setting hair in rollers at home or with the assistance of a hairstylist.





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