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Temac asks:
I have medium length curly hair that never seems to grow. It grows somewhat on the sides, but the back just seems to keep thinning at the ends. Can you please tell me what I can do to make my hair grow?! Thank you!

Lee StaffordAnswered By:
Lee Stafford
Hair grows at a rate of on average quarter of an inch to half an inch each month; however that depends on factors such as diet and lifestyle. Also, hair that is treated harshly can break off making it difficult to achieve the length you desire. ...More >

To make sure that your hair is growing as much as it can- and staying attached to your head - you need to make sure you are protecting it and lavishing it with some TLC!

Get your hair into the best condition it can be so as well as using moisturising shampoo and conditioners, make sure you are giving hair that added extra by using treatments too.

Try my R U Taking Protection from hair that wonít grow past a certain length treatment (£6.99 from Boots) to give your hair that extra bit of nourishment.

Washing your hair too much can strip it of all its natural, essential oils and so Iíd recommend trying washing your hair every 2-3 days to see if this helps.

Even if you are desperate for your hair to grow, you should still continue to get it trimmed every six to eight weeks. Even just an eighth of an inch should banish split ends getting rid of the thinning you mention at the ends. As well as making sure you stay up to date with your trims, try my R U taking protection from split ends serum (£6.99 from Boots)

Your hair reflects the health of your body, so if you try to make sure you live a healthy lifestyle and do exercise, you should notice a difference in the health of your hair.

Take all of these tips into consideration and get ready to grow, grow, grow!





Tracy asks:
I am having a party for my 50th and wearing a ball gown, I have shoulder length hair with a fringe, but would like to wear it off my face for a change with a fancy headband with maybe diamantes etc. What do you suggest?

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
Congratulations! If you are going for a fifties inspired look a high ponytail might do the job. Make the "tail" really full by backcombing the underneath, then smoothing the hair over the top.It may really work with your fringe. If that isnít the look you could go for a really wavy half up half down look with a fab hair slide on the side. Have a ball!







Jeanette asks:
I have long (to my shoulder blades) layered hair and am getting married next April 2009. The problem I'm having is how do I wear my hair on my big day. I'll be 44 and this is my first time married. We are having a traditional civil wedding in a hotel. I donít want to look like mutton dressed as lamb if you know what I mean.

Charlotte MurrayAnswered By:
Charlotte Murray
A good cut and colour will allow you to wear your hair down. You could have a smooth blow dry with volume and swoop one side up with a fabulous sparkly hair slide. I think whatever you do the hair needs to look effortless, like you havenít tried too hard. Go for a soft image. Have a trial with your hairdresser and bring as many pictures of hair styles that you like to give the stylist as much info as possible. Good luck!





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