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Hannah is a strong believer in haircare and also has a burning desire to shave it all off

History of Hair in Culture and Society

*This article was written by a non-Black individual after thorough and in-depth research. Should there be any discrepancies, please do not hesitate to contact us so we can rectify the error immediately. Hair has always empowered our individual identities and remains one of the easiest methods of identification. Our mane is our pride and joy, the brainchild of whichever period of time we are experiencing in our lives. It is a silent extension of ourselves through style, texture, and color. But how is hair tied to our deeper roots? In various cultures and societies, hair is a symbol of youthfulness and beauty in women. Contrasting with men, hair symbolizes virility, and masculinity. While this may be seemingly superficial, the history of...

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5 Uncommon Ingredients In Hair Products

Nobody reads the back of product labels, do they?  If you’re worried about your glacial hair growth process or if your hair seems to be drier than the Sahara Desert, you should know more about unconventional ingredients that are used for hair growth inside your hair care product.  Here are the top five most uncommon ingredients in hair products: Beer Whether you’re a day-drinker or party animal, beer is more than just a means for you to get tipsy and forget life’s most pressing issues. Packed with Vitamin B, proteins, minerals, and natural sugars, beer is used in a wide variety of hair care products. Products containing beer tend to target consumers whose hair tends to be on the drier...

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How To Cover Up A Botched Haircut

The haunting snip chirping in your ears is confirmation enough that you’ll have to do the walk of shame every morning while heading to life because your new look is either too short or just wrong. Your awful haircut might seem horrible now, but there's nothing a little product can't help with. Sheenon Olson, a celebrity stylist, and owner of Atma Beauty in Miami. said Change your styling technique until you grow out the cut .  It’s just a bad haircut, not a bad life and we’ve compiled a bunch of ways you can cover up a botched haircut to save you from massive embarrassment. Covering Botched Haircut With a Cap The easiest way is to hide your hair with a...

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