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It just be two because it would just look weird as one(headstart) but you could make it one with a hyphen(head-start) that would also look good. It depends on how you are using it. If you use it in a sentence, such as, "I got a head start in the race today," it is written as two words. If you are using it as a company or program name it depends on how they choose to write it.

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Head start is two words.

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