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Courtney asks:
My boyfriends sister is getting married and she wants me to be a flower girl. I am 27 now and will be 28 for the wedding. At first I did not care but now after thinking about it and talking to people that know about weddings I do not feel right about being a flower girl... Am I too old to be a flower girl?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
I am sure she meant you to be a bridesmaid as the flower girl is usually for younger girls. However, if it were me I would go out there looking fantastic and doing a great job of throwing petals. You could even throw a tantrum if you are supposed to be 5 anyway! Just make sure you do it with grace and poise!

Samantha asks:
I have short that is longer at both sides which is almost to my shoulders (similar to Victoria Beckhams). I am getting really worried thinking about a style for my wedding. Please help

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
The style of your dress should help. Perhaps cut the length up at the front. You could go for a lovely blow dry where your hair has movement and has a wicked shine to it. Put it on a side parting. One side of your hair could be swept up with a fabulous sparkly comb or flower. Accessorise with great earrings. I advise you talk to your stylist about colour/gloss glaze and have that done the week before the big day. Have fun!

Emily asks:
I am 16 and have had the same hairstyle for quite a while now, its about mid-chest length so it is quite long, however I am finding it a pain to handle and a fair chunk of my hair now falls out in the shower, I want a much shorter cut, however I am afraid that it might not suit me, I have an oval shaped face and wavy/curly hair at the best of times, and sometimes it is quite wild, all I am looking for is a cut at the longest, just about the top of the shoulders but feathered around my face so I can still tie most of it up, some people say I should and some people say I should not cut my hair, what should I do? And so you have any hair style recommendations

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
It is your hair and I think it is imperative to have a style which suits you as many see your crowning glory as an extension of your personality. If you are thinking of going shorter but are feeling nervous of the transformation then I would definitely advise taking a gradual change, speak to your hairdresser and ask him/her to take a slow but sure approach chopping only an inch or two off every visit so it is not such a shock to the system. As your hair has a natural curl and can sometimes get wild and unruly I would also recommend getting the weight taken out of your hair which would give your style a better shape, more balance and texture. If you want a drastic change to your style without having the length off then take your hair into a side parting and have a side sweeping fringe incorporated. This will add interest to your cut. In addition to this by using Lee Stafford soflee softlee intense conditioner the moisturising properties will improve manageability and add gloss, making it easier to style your hair!

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