Q: Dear Bill, I'm a 28-year-old Danish girl. My whole life, I have been trying to find a haircut/style that suits me, but without any luck. I have a round face and thin, straight, naturally blonde and Scandinavian-looking hair. It is really flat on the top.
I have really big cheeks and a small head. But I'm a tiny girl—5'3" and size XS. I have short legs, no hips and no boobs. So my hair should be feminine.
I really hope you can help me choose a good-looking haircut. I'm a bit of a fashion girl, so I want a fashionable and easy haircut. I'm up for almost anything! Kind regards — Sofie
A: Sofie, with most of the people who send in their consultation requests, they already look fantastic. So for fear of sounding redundant, I think you are doing just fine.
Anyone with fine hair wants to have volume, curl, height and length.
The reality is that the natural resources you were born with will dictate what will or won't work.
If, by now, you have not found the magic bullet, then you might want to make peace with your pretty hair as it is.
Here are three examples of the company you keep with this style:
Change your part, wear it straight, wear it up and make the most of your already pretty hair.
Bill Angst is one of Canada’s top celebrity hairstylists and the owner of Angst Salon at 240 Queen Street East in Toronto. Call 416-360-5942 to book an appointment.