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Beverly C


Beautiful, talented, award-winning, experienced, stylishÖ Beverly C, MBE (formerly Beverly Cobella) is the UKís 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...



Liz asks:
I have very thick straight hair which for years was cut in a medium bob. Now I have it in a layered bob but want a fringe. I do not want a very heavy fringe as I have a disastrous one in the past which took a long time to grow out. What should I ask the hairdresser to do as I am frightened of ending up with a huge heavy fringe again?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Ask the hairdresser to section the hair off at the front when itís wet and you can see the thickness. Begin with a light fringe to start with and then you can always add more later. As you hair is thick I suggest that you donít go for a really thin fringe as it wont balance with your hair type.

Good Luck





Danielle asks:
I have just completed my level 2 hairdressing but am in need of advice I have a client that has coloured level 2/0 hair and level 3/6 hair at the back, level 6/3 over the top with terrible bleached ginger highlights also over top. We are doing many conditioning treatments to repair the hair first but I have suggested we cleanse/strip the hair to give an overall evenness before we add new colours. If we take the hair to the orange undertone will I need to pre-pig before adding new colour desired colours would be 7/75 and 9/17 in foils and 6/07 in between natural colour is about 5/0 with 50% grey

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
Your client hair sounds like a shade chart to me. To have coloured hair of a level 2 up to bleached ginger highlights on top is extreme. I strongly suggest that you use Eraser by Affinage - this is a gentle colour remover, and will lift out the 2/0 and 3/6 to a natural tone base 5. I would then suggest that you apply a soft semi colour copper to add red to the bleached parts - and then choose just one colour all over to give an amazing shine and tone. Whatever you do Ė donít strip the colour with bleach.







Leanne asks:
Can you please help me? My hair is greasy and lank all the time and I feel am getting bullied at work about this, could you please give me some advice so I can end the comments and names I get called behind my back?

Beverly CAnswered By:
Beverly C
First of all you need to build you confidence which by the sounds of it has been knocked somewhat. Your work colleagues sound like a nasty bunch to me. You need to find an excellent shampoo to deal with your excessive greasy hair - Try KMS it's great and works well - Remember to shampoo you hair at least twice if not three times every other day to control it. I would also get yourself an amazing hairdresser to give you the best hair cut and colour you have every had - This will build your confidence enormously. Then you can deal with the guys at work or better still change jobs and have a new start!!





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