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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...



Donna asks:
I am 56 yrs old and I keep cutting my hair short and still don’t like it on me. I have a square face. What hair do is best for my age and should I let it grow longer.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
With a square shaped face, you should go for a side parting, soft layers around the face and a slightly longer look. You are obviously not happy with the shape of your cut at the moment; I suggest you grow it to a short bob cut, with soft layers. Wearing it longer will be more feminine and would be more eye-catching. But make sure you have a great colour to show it off.





Ursula asks:
I had bleached highlights put in on Sat as I have had previously on numerous occasion but this time there are too many and its too blonde making me look very pale. Which product would you recommend to use to tone them down with a warmer colour?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
I strongly advise you to go back to the salon and discuss it with them. They should be able to add darker lights to reduce the amount of bleached light they put in, and then tone down the colour with a soft golden blonde toner. This should be done free of charge. If you are not happy - then let them know. If you try to tone this yourself, it won’t last long and may come out patchy. Get back to the salon this week.







Fatima asks:
I have a 2 level hair colour roots with a lot of grey. I want to do my roots to match the rest of the hair which is very light blonde. I have a lot of red pigment in my hair. I've been doing my hair at home for 15 years and just recently got blonde highlights through my hair to get rid of the brassy look at the back of my hair. I have an option of using Keune 10.7 lightest violet blonde with 40 volume peroxide or 1511 super ash blonde (ultra light) with 40 volume peroxide. I want to make sure my hair does not turn ashy.

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
You say you are a level 2 with grey. This means you are darkest brown, almost black. Your hair will always throw up an enormous amount of red no matter what colour blonde you use. The first colour you mentioned is a blonde with a violet tone - this helps to neutralize brassy yellow tones, whereas the other colour has a slightly strong ash tone that neutralizes a little more brassy/red tones. I don’t think either colour will work particularly well. You need to use a blonde that has a green ash base in it - this really helps to neutralize any red in the hair, especially when you are so dark. Good Luck





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