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The reign of the bob is coming to and end and long hair is coming back into fashion. But how many inches does one need to feel like they have long hair? When women cut their hair off, they are very particular about a particular length, but when they grow their hair out, they rarely have a destination in mind. As a stylist I’ve rarely encountered a client who thinks her hair is too long, and those with elongated tresses are usually loath to part with length, even if it’s damaged. Long hair can certainly be very beautiful, but too much length can also have some very negative side effects. So how do you know if your hair is too long? Click the notes to find out. –– Laura Martin  Click for StyleNotes →

Luscious hair

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Luscious. We all want hair with that pleasingly rich opulence that makes us feel happier and more attractive. But, instead, many of us have a buildup of dryness and damage that has us ready to believe in the latest $500 miracle treatment (available for $29.95 via an infomercial). Yet the real panacea for hair that is dull and dowdy is a daily routine full of the habits of great hair. Here’s seven of the best. . . . Click for StyleNotes →

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We love head-turning hair color, especially hot-hot pink! With her latest look of fluorescent pink, shorter bob, and piecey fringe Nicole Richie could put us in a neck brace. It’s certainly an antidote to the doldrums of winter. If you feel like livening up your look with a similar hue, click notes to get tips on how to be a hair chameleon like Nicole. –– Kelly Rowe

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I’m a gym rat. I do not go to the gym to flounce about, do a few pushups, and preen myself at the bar. I go for a serious work out. When I leave, a little dry shampoo is never going to make me look all fresh and clean again. So what are fitness chicks supposed to do? The constant showering can leave locks dry and dull. Click the notes for how to maintain hair health while putting in hours at the gym. –Kelly Rowe

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