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We're feeling very Parisian right now.
Aside from a serious slick back, there's only one other hair trend that reigned supreme at London Fashion Week – subtle, ethereal waves – and while the look is nothing brand new, the technique hairstylists used to create it backstage was entirely different to last season – and pretty clever, too. Instead of barrel tongs, curlers or foam rollers, hairstylists simply employed a pair of straighteners – but not in the way you're used to. If you've ever used straighteners to fashion a barely-there wave, you'll know that it can be quite difficult to nail.
Green beauty -- products containing all-natural ingredients -- is now a multi-billion dollar market. Brands like BeautyCounter and retailers like The Detox Market are making all-natural beauty products easier to buy and to understand. “It’s booming,” Romain Gaillard, who opened the first The Detox Market pop-up store in Venice, California, nearly 10 years ago, said of the industry he helped create.
When I was a kid, I would watch The Little Mermaid over and over again, until all that was left in my head were the songs and dreams of becoming Ariel. There was something about Ariel’s transformation that kept me captivated. My blonde-hair-blue-eyes combination has been a driving part of my identity, and I've consistently tried to put a stop to the “dumb blonde” stereotypes surrounding my '90s-era adolescence.