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Banista: Hi! guys this is Banista with WatchMojo.com and we're going to give you the perfect tips to have great care this season.
Come with me and you're going to find out when you need to cut your hair, what products to use, what color is in the season, by the way it's Chocolate brown the one that I have right now.
How to get volume? If you have flat hair, how you need to get it curly and everything else, so just come in with me and let's find out all these little secrets.
And we're right here with our friend Dave(ph), who is going to give us some hot tips about getting the perfect hair this fall.
How often should we cut our hair?
Dave: For long hair I'd say about two-and-a-half months just to maintain the hair cut, to keep the shape, to keep the form. For the color if you're redoing just color the trend is brown, dark shades, one color no highlights, just keep it simple very - a bit 80's, a bit of volume on the top with the layers.
For guys, it's either very choppy, very feathered looks, a bit with the 80's too. So it is that kind of style. But just to maintain it, just slight products, keep the volume.
Banista: We saw a lot of crazy ways and beachy looks during the summer, are we still going to see that during the fall or are we going to see something sleeky?
Dave: I don't see sleeky coming back all that much, even know it stays, but it's coming more volume, more body, more waves and more texture.
Banista: So, I'm not that bad right now.
Dave: No, you're in, you're in.
Banista: So, you've seen in celebrities lately, they have been cutting their hair like very boyish cut like business man and short. Like they say now a days.
Dave: I'd have to say that we are kind of in between the bob and the long. So the short spiky looks on girls not so much, it is more bobby, more bob, more straight cuts.
Banista: And last but not least, one little secret from an expert, what is the product that we most have during this fall to keep our hair beautiful and shiny?
Dave: I'll have to say a Volumizing Mousse just to keep it full and for the guys just a good putty.
Banista: Well, thank you so much and there is the word from the expert. So follow his advice.