Shereen Low speaks to the experts to find out what your 2005 beauty resolutions should be.
With the New Year approaching, let's not neglect beauty regimes. We speak to the experts to find out what our 2005 resolutions should be.
Charles Worthington, celebrity stylist
Charles, whose fans include Sophie Dahl, Jodie Kidd and Rosanna Arquette and whose haircare products are sold at Boots, says: "Get regular trims every six weeks to keep split ends at bay and your style in shape.
"You should also treat dehydrated, over-styled hair to a weekly deep intensive conditioning treatment. Wrap your hair in a warm towel while the conditioner is on to help it penetrate the hair shaft."
A fan of natural-looking hair, he adds: "Try to avoid the use of electrical stylers every day - give hair a break every now and again and let it dry naturally. If you do use electricals regularly, vow always to use a product specially formulated to protect hair from heat styling."
And if compliments on your hair have been scarce, perhaps it's time for a change.
"Get out of that style rut - maybe you have had the same cut and colour for years. The New Year is the perfect time to have a change. Go for a fringe, a new colour or a complete re-style to give your look an overhaul."
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