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Richard Ward


Award-winning hairdresser and media celebrity Richard Ward is at the forefront of British Hairdressing. Famous for his signature innovative yet wearable couture hair, Richard has cultivated a specialist team renowned for their outstanding technical knowledge and creative abilities, combining a unique personal service with an extraordinary wealth of...



Alexa asks:
Well, I have long brown, thick hair, about 5inches from my shoulders. I just got long layers on the bottoms. One of the problems that I have, is when I get out of the shower, and if I blow dry my hair, it comes out very puffy, and frizzy. It drives me crazy. I am 13, and hair is a big thing. I have bangs to the side also. My hair is tapered, what would be a good style, and look. Smething that I could do with those problems?.

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
What hair products are you using? If you are just drying it with no styling or heat protection this will be why you are getting puffy, frizzy hair. Styling products will not only protect your hair but create a style. But, do not go mad with products, just use one or two to create the desired effect otherwise it will go too sticky or too limp. Use a frizz reducing product whilst you hair is damp and then blow-dry straight or curly.





Sam asks:
My son (age 13) has ginger hair and is sick to death of the torment he gets at school. He's been asking me for ages if he can have his hair dyed black. We have had the pros and cons from our hairdresser of doing this but I wondered if there were any other alternatives that are cool but no quite so high maintenance?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
To be honest, all colouring whether dark or light will include a certain amount of maintenance. If you go such a drastic block dark colour then the roots will be visible and top ups will be needed every month or so. With highlights/lowlights this will help to mask the red hair and the maintenance is not as full on so this may be an option you would like to consider. It's a tough one, I am afraid because we all know that as he grows older it will not be such an issue but if you do go down the colouring route, maintenance will be required.







Norma asks:
I have bought 12% developer and 12/0 Wella hair dye, can you tell me the amount to mix when I want to colour my hair, this is what my hairdresser uses but I need to know how much of each to mix to get salon results?

Richard WardAnswered By:
Richard Ward
I am confused - are you a colourist? The fact that you are not sure on the basic colour mixes makes me believe that you are not. Therefore, I would strongly suggest you do not go any further as you could be asking for trouble. Colouring is always best left to the professionals as there is always a possibility of spending even more money trying to rectify mistakes. Sorry!





 
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