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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...



Trish asks:
I need to wear a fringe as I have short hair and it does not suit me with no or a short fringe. I keep it straight to below the eyebrows. Lately it keeps turning out and will not stay straight. Can you please recommend something? How do you keep your fringe straight, its lovely. Thanks a million in advance.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Not a big problem. You may need to add a volume mousse on your fringe, or if you already use one then just use more of it in this area. This will make your fringe heavier and help to keep it straight. However, I also have a fringe and no matter how well I dry it the night before, it normally turns North, South, East and West by the morning. So each morning I just go over it with a round brush and a dryer - it takes a few seconds but puts it right to face the day. Good luck!





Rachel asks:
I have very long frizzy-curly hair. It is neither curly nor straight so I have to style it which is really drying it out. Mousses and products used to curl it make it like straw and straightening splits the ends and this is really thinning my hair out. I need to know the best products to use as deep conditioning products leave my hair feeling greasy and flat but without it is frizzy!

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It seems to me that you have to spend a lot of time and tremendous effort in styling your hair. You say your hair has a tendency to frizz and neither goes curly or straight. I am convinced that your hair length and cut is totally wrong for your hair. With the right cut, you should be able to wear your hair curly or straight with ease, and not have to fight with it like you do. I would find yourself a great hairdresser that understands your type of hair and get the cut right. Then you will have to re-assess the styling products after your new cut, as styling will be far easier and less stressful. You will still use curling, anti-frizzing products but will not have to use half the amount that you have been using to create a great finish on your hair. Treatments and conditioning products will not flatten your hair as before. So get your cut sorted out and the products will follow.







Sarah asks:
I have had my hair coloured a lot specially since I started training as a hairdresser, but recently my hair in breaking off due to straightening and colouring, I have been growing my hair as I want it long but now I do not know if it is just best to get it cut short and get rid of all the dead ends. Or whether there is something else I can do?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Over colouring and excessive use of straightening irons can cause a lot of damage if you are not careful. What you need to do is cut out all the damage and breakage, to a style that you are happy with and begin a regime to keep your hair looking fantastic - after all as a member of staff you are an advert of the salon! Stop over colouring and have one of the colour technicians use a more gentle colourant on your hair to bring back the shine, begin regular treatments that contain Nano Technology (like Goldwell Colourglow IQ) then stop using straightening irons every day. When hair begins to break there is nothing you can do except cut is shorter. If you need to use an iron regularly then use one that has a proper temperature control so you can turn it down. You will be surprised that you do not need 230 degrees to straighten hair. Get it cut and coloured asap and begin to treat your hair with TCL.





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