For me, quarantine meant finally embarking on the natural hair journey I'd avoided all my life.
Including reusable eye masks that are as simple as they are genius and subtle makeup picks we've been relying on for all our Zoom meetings.
Spoiler: They're game-changers for restoring springiness to second-day curls.
In a recent interview, Glenda Bailey, the EIC of Harper’s Bazaar, was explaining the differences between European and American magazines. She said, “You know, the American sensibility is different. In Europe, sex sells. In America, it’s hair.” This may be true. Blake Lively made headlines for a week when she went red. And whenever a starlet chops a pixie, there’s mass hysteria. Hair is a symbol of sexuality, femininity, and often the first thing you notice about a person. It’s a big deal. We decided to do a round up of the most interesting hair blogs out there. And trust us, there are many, many hair blogs. Maybe even more hair blogs than sex sites. Maybe. Click through to see our favorite hair sites, from the professional to the fun to the niche.
Between the news that Kate Middleton and Prince William just jetted off to their honeymoon and the fancy beach party that was Chanel’s cruise collection, you’re probably ready for summer. But if you have colored or highlighted hair, you’ll want to protect your investment while you’re out in the elements. Chlorine, sun, and salt water can all wreak havoc on a dye job, so we looked for advice from our favorite hair expert, stylist Chris Lospalluto from the Sally Hershberger salon here in NYC.