A baby who was born with full head of hair has a two-and-a-half-hour daily beauty regime.
Kayleigh Marsh, 22, was given the "shock of her life" when her daughter Amelia - who was born in December - came into the world with a full head of brunette hair, and has revealed the 10-week-old tot has to undergo over two hours of treatments a day to keep her hair soft.
Kayleigh - who is also mum to three-year-old Megan - told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "We got the shock of our lives when she came out and had all this hair.
"The midwife commented on it as soon as her head came out but we couldn't believe it when she was placed on my chest.
"We weren't expecting it at all because Megan was completely bald. Comparing photos of them both as babies is hilarious.
"Since the day she was born it's just kept growing and growing. It's growing upwards and outwards. We'll have to book her in for her first trim soon enough.
"Everyday from day one she has had to have it oiled - with the oil is left in for a bit then combed through - then washed, dried and brushed.
"She absolutely loves being pampered. Her little face when she's having her hair washed and blow dried is so cute.
"I dread to think what she'll be like when she's older. She's only ten weeks old and she's already got a strict daily hair regime. She's going to be so high maintenance."
And Kayleigh, from Nuneaton, Warwickshire, says Amelia's dad Jonathan Lunn, 28, has already formed an affectionate nickname for the tot.
She added: "When she hasn't had it washed and everything it forms into a proper Mohican. It is so funny - her dad calls her Mr T because of it."