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Beverly C


Beautiful, talented, award-winning, experienced, stylish… Beverly C, MBE (formerly Beverly Cobella) is the UK’s 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...



Linda asks:
I am 55 years old and have had long hair for most of my adult life, I would now like a change and go short but nothing to drastic or too hard to look after, I have gone short a couple of times in the past, absolutely hated it, though I took photos of a style in to show them the type of style I wanted they weren’t even close so I was left disheartened and disappointed that’s why I’ve taken so long to take the plunge even though I have wanted a change for sometime, could you suggest any styles for me to consider or any tips you can give me when choosing a style

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
You have been put off haven’t you!! When you reach your 50’s you can still have a beautiful stylish cut that doesn’t have to be short. However, your colour is probably just as important as the cut. The right cut and colour could knock off 10 years on anyone over 45, so it is an important decision and you need a really good hairdresser to work with you on this. I would certainly suggest a mid-length cut to just above the shoulders, as you would feel naked with a short cut right now. But it’s so hard to suggest a cut for you without seeing you in person - suitability, face shape, and your skin and eye colour all play a part in deciding a great cut.





Zoe asks:
I really want a fringe but have a cow’s flick I have been told because of this it’s hard to have a fringe but I had a full fringe when I was younger?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Never fear - you can still have a fringe with a Cow’s Flick – all you do is to make sure the fringe is thick enough to give it the weight to keep it from bouncing up. Normally you would just have to quickly blow dry the cow’s flick in the morning over dry hair to keep it in shape.







Lucy asks:
I have long quite wavy thick black hair with no particular style, I want a long side swept fringe similar to Nicole Richies but on the opposite side, I have a rather round face, would this suit me or can you recommend another fringe that would suit me?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
I am not a big fan of fringes that go straight across the forehead as I was made to have one when I was younger.

Its amazing how a bad cut when younger just stays with you - Anyway, if you have a round shaped face it is best to stay away from blunt straight full fringes, as this will cut down you face shape even further. Your ideal fringe is an off-set side fringe that still shows part of your forehead. It looks stylish and gives a great shape to almost any length hair. I would also recommend you have more layers and keep the length to past your shoulders. Lots of layers and the side fringe will give you a totally different shape, and encourage the wave in your hair - Wavy hair is Big New right now!





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