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Damien Carney


Extraordinary. Visionary. Breathtaking. These are just a few of the adjectives often used to describe the genius of Damien Carney. Undeniably one of the most accomplished hairstylists of the last 20 years, Carney has elevated hairstyling into an art form through an impressive body of work with a virtual who’s who of fashion and beauty. Who e...



Sharon asks:
Why do I have hear breakage close to my scalp on top of head When I get a perm, it feels like a bristle brush?

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
The breakage could/can be due to the rubber band’s that secure the perm rod in place was too tight at the base of the scalp this can cause breakage as it creates stress and tension on the hair. In addition the tension on the hair may have been too excessive when the hair is wrapped around the perm rods. Again causing stress on the hair causing breakage. Flooding the scalp with excess perm lotion and overdevelopment of the solution can cause breakage. Treat your hair with a moisture/reconstructing product, like Joico’s fabulous K-Pak range of shampoos, conditioners, treatments and styling products





Charlotte asks:
I am 13 years old I have long fine hair and want a change and was thinking about going curly I have never had anything done to my hair other than having it trimmed should I have a perm?

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
I think 13 is a little young to consider having a perm. That said. A soft perm can add body and life to fine limp hair. With today’s technology and techniques it is easy to achieve a natural looking perm to most hair textures and lengths. Keep in mind to get the most of your perm, you need to keep the hair conditioned, trimmed and avoid excess heat this will maintain the life of the perm and keep the hair in tiptop condition.







Julie asks:
I am 41 and have medium to fine textured hair that’s just below chin length bob that’s coloured red. I get fed up of my hair and like to change it regularly including the colour, I am happy to style it, I have a heart shaped face but I am a little overweight so it appears slightly rounder, any ideas!

Damien CarneyAnswered By:
Damien Carney
Layering the hair is often a great solution to add new life to your look. Keep the layers square as this will remove and neutralize the appearance of roundness. Perhaps something a little off balanced will keep the shape fresh – if you are daring enough! Styling is vital to the new look, I’m a huge fan of using the texture nature provides and your hands are the best tool when it comes to styling. Layering is the perfect solution, add some multi dimensional colour – a few shades, focused on the front of the hair cut will enhance the shape.





 
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