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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...



Angela asks:
I have brownish red hair and want a change, dark hair looks too severe so just wondering how easy would be for my red hair to go blonde, also the maintenance and the fact I straighten it?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
If your hair is dark with a warm red tone - going blonde is a difficult and lengthy process. If your hair is short it would be far easier, if not I would think long and hard about going straight to blonde. Your hair would have to be lightened with bleach and various tinting processes to achieve a good blonde tone. However, it would weaken and destroy the condition. Going blonde from Virgin hair (hair with no previous colouring) is far easier and less damaging. My only suggestion is to aim for blonde but to do it slowly - by lightening gradually over a long period of time.





Kay asks:
I have had blonde highlights for years. I am 55 and now have a lot of grey. This time I decided to have honey and caramel highlights and my hairdresser suggested having the roots tinted. The tint turned my roots ginger and as I wash it it's getting lighter. Also she has cut chunks out of one side of my hair, (which is quite long). Apart from changing my hairdresser, can you suggest anything please?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It sounds quite bad. Your hairdresser is obviously not highly trained in colour. Her suggestion to tint the roots and add highlights was a good idea, but her colour choice was incorrect. You need to have less warmth in the tinted colour and this can be corrected easily by an experience colourist. Make an appointment for a consultation with a few recommended colourists and then go with the one you feel most comfortable with. It’s not a disaster; it can be fixed easily and quickly.







Z asks:
I wonder if you could help me? I think I need a new hairstyle and I don't know what to choose. I'm 21. I think my face is rectangular; I have a high forehead and a slightly prominent chin. I also have quite a prominent, straight nose that's almost hooked. I have long, very slightly wavy hair but I tend to just put it all in a ponytail as its long all the way round and tends to fall over my face if I let it loose. I'd really like a feminine style, because I feel that the combination of thin, rectangular face (ie high forehead and strong jaw line) and largish nose is quite masculine.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
It sounds like you need a total change. With these prominent features, you should avoid wearing your hair scraped back in a ponytail. You need to have a mid length cut between your bust and shoulder - a heavy side fringe on a side parting (to offset your high forehead and nose) and long layers to bring out that lovely wave in your hair. It would look amazing. Go for it.





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