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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...



Cayla asks:
I have very pale skin and green eyes I currently have brown hair with a little shade of blonde highlights. My hair is also down just past my bust. I want a change but nothing to short what would you suggest?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It is almost impossible to suggest a cut for you as you have given me such little detail - when deciding on a new look you have to take in to consideration so many factors - length - likes and dislikes - hair texture - height - face shape. Any suggestion I make may well be the wrong one unless I know all these things. I would be able to suggest something if I saw a photo. Sorry I couldn't be any help.





Hannah asks:
When I was a child I had light blonde hair, now my hair is long and brown with natural blonde highlights. I was wondering if my hair would look ok dyed bright golden with light white blonde and light golden brown highlights. I have a round face, green/blue eyes and a light skin tone.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Your natural colour sounds lovely - so adding colour would be good - HOWEVER, I strongly suggest not to colour your hair all-over with a bright golden colour as you suggest. What I would do is to leave your natural colour as the background colour - and add light golden blonde highlights with just a few bleached ones scattered through the top. Don't go for white - as white lights are too light against brown and can look grey!!!







Georgina asks:
I have always been proud of my glossy dark hair, follow a healthy diet and exercise regularly. However, since July 2007 the condition of my hair has changed and I am unable to use conditioner and am having to use baby shampoo. I am also unable to use hair serum, staightening spray because my hair takes on a greasy appearance even though I know it’ s just been washed AND it won’t "dry" with the hairdryer. After months of wondering what the problem is I’ m wondering IF it IS the fertility drug Clomifene which I had TO take FROM April last year FOR 3 months ? ON a lighter note I have just discovered I am 2 months pregnant but have noticed that I am starting TO get a dry patch near the front OF my hair WHERE the parting IS although IF I USE anything other than baby shampoo the rest IS lank AND greasy ! ! ! ! Can you help me TO RESTORE my hair TO normality please - ANY advice would be appreciated.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It sounds to me that it is a combination of hormones and side effects from the drugs of last year. If the body is unbalanced, the hair and scalp are the first place it shows - sometimes with dramatic effect. I would take a supplement to assist in this - I would strongly suggest you balance your body with a daily drink of Aloe Vera by Forever Living. There are 2 strengths and you should take the stronger one. This is a totally natural product without and drugs - so can be taken when pregnant. I also think you should have fantastic haircut to make yourself feel good. Take the Aloe Vera for at least 3 months then go on to the weaker drink - you will feel great and see a difference.





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