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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...



Jacquie asks:
I have straight, fine hair which is also quite thin so it breaks easily and I've got individual hairs sticking out all over the place, especially down my side parting, which is about 3" long. I don't blow dry it straight or use straightening irons.

What bugs me is that celebrities have drastic things done to their hair all the time but you don't see anyone with a fuzzy halo around their heads! I think Jennifer Anniston has fine hair (although she has more of it than I do) and her hair is so sleek. What can I use to smooth these hairs down, bearing in mind I have fine hair which can't be weighed down too much with product? I tried John Frieda Frizz Ease but I think I need a smoothing product which I can use after the hair has been dried.

I just want smooth roots, like yours in the picture on this site

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Actually Jennifer Anniston has thick curly frizzy hair - and most celebrities look good as they have extensions and a hairdresser alongside them almost daily!!! These short hairs may be new hair growth due to the fact that your hair replaces itself regularly - it can be annoying. Your diet is vital to continued hair growth so you may need a supplement to extend the life-span of each individual hair. Try Nourkrin it really helps. Vegetarians often have this problem. To help - when you have styled your hair, spray your hands with a little water, rub your hands together, then run your hands over the short hairs that stick out - this will hold them down better than any product.





Tina asks:
My hair is mid length and my top hair has blonde highlights, my hairdresser gave me some Clynol to use when I straighten my hair, the problem is after 2-3 days my hair is really greasy, the salon I go to keep telling me to change my shampoo which I do keep doing but it doesn’t seem to help the matter.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Your hair obviously has the tendency to be naturally greasy - and your styling products are more than likely not adding to the problem.

What you need to do is to shampoo your hair every other day instead of every 3 days. Ensure that you shampoo twice really well. In an extreme case shampoo 3 times to cleanse the scalp well. This will make a difference and will hold the grease at bay for an extra day. Try KMS shampoo for greasy hair - its amazing.







Catherine asks:
I have been having my hair coloured at my hairdressers for several years- I have auburn hair and to add some vibrancy she uses Marirouge 7.64. It was getting quite expensive to visit the hairdressers every few weeks to get my roots done but I decided to buy the same product from a hairdressing warehouse and do it myself. Where my hair has grown the colour has turned out very copper while the rest of my hair is a darker tone. This has happened once at the hairdressers and she put a dark blonde on it to tone it down. Please can you tell me what I can put on it to tone the colour down please?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
This is a difficult one - as I cannot recommend a specific colour for your problem without seeing your hair and the vibrancy of the colour difference. If I take a guess - it could well be the wrong suggestion - The last thing I want to do is add to your problem. I suggest you get it sorted at your hairdressers, and then change the root colour by adding a natural tone (dark blonde) in with the 7.64 to prevent the roots from being too red/copper.





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