• Ok, I’ll admit it. I have a slight fascination with Britney Spears, but that is not the reason I had been wearing my hair in pigtails for the larger part of three months. With the exception of the bowl haircut I got back in the second grade, I considered my March haircut to be the <... >

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  • Away with summertime naysayers! And phooey to those experts who would have you hide indoors for three months to “save” your beauty. Your great looks are not going anywhere but up, provided you take care of yourself – and that includes all the healthy benefits of fresh air, exercise, and yes, even the sun. Taken <... >

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  • If you’ve ever been intimidated by the notion of going to a hip and famous hair stylist then you’ve never been to Edward Tricomi. Also known as “Edward Scissorhands” this hair-guru dry-cutting-master is all about feeling comfortable, confident and coddled…without any of the abrasive edginess you find surrounding other celebrated coiffures. In fact, Edward is <... >

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  • My hair was in hibernation all winter long. I had gotten red highlights back in September and a quick clipping of the strands to try to help my locks succeed in becoming long and luxurious—then I got lazy. It was so cold and there never seemed to be enough hours in the day to make <... >

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  • When I was barely a month old, I got my first hair treatment. Perhaps, scalp treatments would be a more accurate description. I was born completely bald, without even the fine peach fuzz that some babies have when they first enter the world. Apparently my lack of hair made my mother terribly embarrassed whenever she <... >

  • What’s the beauty buzz in New York City? Well, it’s the same this summer as it was last summer and will be for summers to come: you look gorgeous, you feel gorgeous, and you do as little as possible in the process. Complicated hairstyles and makeup are out the window, which means, basically: if you’re <... >

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