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How to maintain hair, nails while sheltering in place

How to maintain hair, nails while sheltering in place

Kinise Jordan, Contributing Writer

April 24, 2020

Despite salons and barbershops not being on the state’s list of essential businesses, a photo of Mayor Lori Lightfoot and her barber, Cashmere Neal, surfaced on social media on April 5. The Mayor and her barber were pictured standing only a few inches apart, appearing to be violating the six-foot so...

End of the decade: 2010s contoured way to top of beauty firsts

Rihanna's hairstyle.

Keira Wingate, Assistant Arts & Life Editor

December 28, 2019

This decade has been the biggest “glow up” of all. The art of beauty has taken a turn from canvas and onto people’s faces, with hair and makeup transforming and including a range of diversity that was not there before. The 2010s changed the whole beauty industry. More makeup brands than ever ...

Goodbye balayage, hello silver strands

An Instagram post from influencer Keaton Milburn showing off her silver hair. KEATON MILBURN/INSTAGRAM

Joey Cahue, Contributing Writer

April 8, 2019

Rather than trying to achieve the Barbie blonde locks, trend-followers are reaching for the bleach and their grandmother’s purple shampoos to achieve a sleek silver look. Silver-white hair is a trend that started within the last few years. Notable celebrities such as Lady Gaga, Kylie Jenner, Kim Ka...

Sudsy shake-up: Why less shampoo might be good for your ‘do

Sudsy shake-up: Why less shampoo might be good for your ‘do

Vanessa Bell

January 18, 2015

There are three unavoidable challenges in life: bills, hair and company coffee. While there is little that can be done about debt collectors and powdered creamer, people are finding better ways to manage their hair by removing shampoo from their daily routine. The resurfacing trend is called “no-’poo,” and it’s not as revolting a double ...

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