Receiving something as simple as a new haircut can make back-to-school anxiety feel more like excitement for children.
In fact, the revival of one of the most popular hairstyles of the '90s — the blunt bob — has been a long time coming, a twinkle in the eye of Hollywood A-listers, social-media influencers, and beauty editors everywhere. It's not even the only '90s hair trend to be back in style right this second: Banana clips, velvet headbands, and scrunchies are all seeing a runway comeback. Selena Gomez, Margot Robbie, Rihanna, Kim Kardashian West, and Rowan Blanchard are only a few of the famous faces who've sported the nostalgic trend recently, proving that the choppy, angled bob is officially back — and most likely here to stay.
In order to alleviate some of that stress, why not try a protective style ahead of Labor Day? No one wants to fuss around with a curling wand or treatment before their ungodly 8 a.m. course... and besides, you've got an impression to make around campus. You'll definitely be the talk of the campus with a colorful cropped look like Amandla Stenberg's.Photo: Stefanie Keenan/.
All eyes are on Lena Waithe, and it's not just for her genius as an actress, screenwriter, and producer. The 34-year-old is making headlines (once again) for her transformative haircut.
Thanks to hairstylist Lacy Redway, Laura Harrier’s transformative red carpet hair looks tell a rich story, with homages to five iconic black women.
Lena Waithe didn’t cut her hair on a whim. “I’ve gotten gayer, guys,” the Emmy award winner joked on the red carpet for the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s annual grants banquet Thursday. The “Master of None” star revealed that she’d been thinking about cutting it for a while, but felt restricted by apprehension of how […]
We asked each participant to speak about the beautiful, complex relationships they have with their natural texture.
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