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Let's take a moment to get inspired by the skillful work of hairstylist Lacy Redway.
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She donned a larger-than-life collar and ribbon tied hair.
We turned to top industry experts for some firsthand advice.
Campers, get ready for a week-long odyssey into the fashion industry.
Damn, is that a good look.
Complete with hair looks that celebrated Black culture.
We need to talk about that excellent beauty look, too.
Here's what hairstylists and makeup artists need to do to be better equipped to work with models of color at Fashion Week and beyond.
Hairstylists got accessory-happy with velvet ribbons and sparkly star clips.
"I try to break down stereotypes, to change the way the industry views women, to create more opportunities for women of color and to change the voice that we have in the business."
It's just like Elle Woods said: The rules of hair care are simple and finite.