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The Dream Queens


Royston Blythe and Nick Malenko A.K.A. “The Dream Queens” are one of the most successful and award winning teams in the business. They are not only well-known within the hairdressing industry but are the UK’s favorite make-over hairdressing duo. Both independently, and as a team, they have worked with many celebrities including Jordan (Katie Pri...



John Mangan asks:
I have benn growing my hair for 4 months and it is a state it is thick dark brown and curly what would you suggest to do to it?

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The Dream Queens
Wear a balaclava! No, seriously - you’re in the dreaded in-between stage so it’s a matter of concentrating on styling. Invest in a pair of mini-ghd’s as these are ideal for men, they’ll straighten the hair and make it look longer too.





kate asks:
I am getting married and have long layered, very thick hair. I would love to have my hair up but want to make sure that the style I choose will not fall out. I am not sure what style to go for, I have tried a french pleat and the pins just fall out. I am not sure that a hairdresser will understand just how heavy and thick my hair is. What should I do??

The Dream QueensAnswered By:
The Dream Queens
Trust the professionals! Hairdressers work with all types of hair textures on a daily basis and know all the tricks of the trade! Heavy, thick hair is a challenge but it is workable if you know how. Visit some bridal experts in your local salon and ask their advice and suggestions - book in for a hair up session and see who you think ’gets you’ and then talk about a look for your wedding.







mary asks:
I’m just wondering I’ve got permed hair my hairdresser decided that she was going to blow dry my hair first then straighten it with a flat iron then cut it dry. Is that recommended and when I wash my hair and have it curly is it going to look horrible

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The Dream Queens
We’re not sure about this! Basically when you visit a hairdresser they should always be aware of how you’re going to style the hair when you leave the salon. If you prefer to wear your hair curly, then we’d have cut your hair to encourage the curls first and then demonstrated how to wear it sleeker for a different look. Give your hair a wash, see how it dries naturally and if you’re not happy, visit the stylist and explain that you need a style that works with your curls.





 
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