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DIY haircut
Inspiration, Life, Styling

I Tried It: DIY Virtual Trim

I’ve never cut a hair in my life. I was even nervous with my “Grow ‘n’ Style Barbie” as a kid, too scared of ruining her look irreparably, so I just let her keep it long. Yet, there I was, shears in hand, hovering over a strand right in front of my face. “Go ahead…

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Breast Cancer Hair Loss
Insight, Inspiration, Journeys, Life

Cancer Losses: Not Just Hair, But Identity and Confidence, Too

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in the United States, where one in eight women are likely to develop breast cancer within their lifetime. Undergoing treatment for cancer affects patients both emotionally and physically. One of the physical side effects of common cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy, is hair loss. Our hair is a…

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Black Lives Matter
Culture, Insight, Life

Black Beauty Founders on Where We Go From Here

The May 25 police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, shocked the conscience of the world and gave renewed attention and energy to the Black Lives Matter movement. Millions of people and brands, jarred into action, began looking for ways to contribute to dismantling systemic racism in the United States. The beauty industry is…

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Woman in workout clothes puts her curly hair in a ponytail.
Hair & Scalp Health, Life, Tips

Post-Workout Curl Care Is No Sweat

It’s hard enough to find time to work out between jobs, family, friends, travel, and other obligations — the last thing you need is to Tetris your workout around your hair-washing schedule as well. But if you’ve ever forgone a sweaty spin class in the name of preserving your curls for one more day, you’re…

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A hairstylist with wavy hair kneels on the ground to cut the long curly hair of her guest.
Insight, Life

Why Are Curly Haircuts So Expensive?

The first time you researched haircuts by stylists who specialize in curls, you probably experienced a bit of sticker shock. You’re not alone! Through Instagram polls, we learned that 65% of people who have had a curly cut think they are expensive, and 77% of those who haven’t had a curly cut think the same. …

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