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Beverly C


Beautiful, talented, award-winning, experienced, stylishÖ Beverly C, MBE (formerly Beverly Cobella) is the UKís most prolific female hairdresser Awards and more awards: Beverly was awarded the MBE by the Queen in 2008 and was British Hairdresser of the year (twice!) in 2001 and 2002 - the first female to win the award. She also won Londo...



Anita asks:
Over the last year I have been losing my hair I am only 24 years old and my hair is getting so thin that you can see my scalp. This is really upsetting as I used to have really thick hair. I donít know what to do haircut wise I have black hair mid length and itís really thin hair at the top. I just want my hair to look thicker on top and look normal. But donít know what hairstyle I need for this type of problem I have. Can you help?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
There are many reasons that your hair is thinning - most of the reasons are diet, hormones or stress related. Go to any good chemist like Boots etc and buy Nourkrin extra strength - it is a supplement that needs to be taken daily - you will see a total difference within months. Next, you need to opt for a shorter style - bob length or slightly longer, as it sounds to me as if your hair is quite long. Going shorter will give the appearance of thicker hair.





Julie asks:
I dyed my hair at home for many years to cover the grey and it only lasted a week or so at the side of my head. I have been to the hairdresser to get it dyed the last 3 times but its not lasting any longer at the sides. I would be grateful if you could give me some advice on what to do to make the dye last longer.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
If your colour is fading to reveal grey hair then this is possibly because your current colour is not right for you. However, if the grey that you are noticing is appearing at the roots then this is your natural re-growth coming through. Noticing your natural re-growth within 3 weeks of getting your coloured done could mean that the colour you are using is simply too dark, revealing your grey roots quicker as the colour difference is making it more noticeable. A good option would be to incorporate some highlights through the sides or lighten the base tone to reduce the contrast in colour, therefore not showing up your grey tones as quickly. This could give you greater longevity in your colour and give a more balanced look once your natural grey starts appearing.







Megan asks:
I am really light, have been for about 2 years I am just getting sick of it. I want to go dark for a while. I am a hairdresser myself but I just want some extra advice. I usually use dia colour so can you recommend what colour would turn out nice, not that wishy washy way. I just use bleach, 20 vol and some low lights so you can imagine how light and ashy my hair is. I fancy a warm rich brown, base maybe about a 5.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
As you have bleach lightened hair with few low lights, you MUST pre-pigment your hair first - using a copper red colour wash. This can be a strong copper semi colour. Once this has been put through your hair for at least 20 mins, shampoo off and dry through. Now your hair is ready to have a beautiful brunette permanent colour - My advice is to choose a base 6 rather than a 5 as most of the time the colour result will be darker than the base you have chosen. Also choose a brunette that has a hint of warmth to keep feeding the bleached hair. If you do not pre- pigment the hair first, it will turn green.





 
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