Lots of women had to confront their natural hair color when salons were closed or felt unsafe. Now many are sticking with it — and joyfully.
Even as many stylists see the new industry standards as significant, others worry that the change could take customers from existing Black-owned salons.
Start-ups are using technology to take a robotic approach to manicures, offering a simple way to provide foolproof nail polish.
The intricate art of hair tattooing reimagines the buzz cut as a blank canvas.
The self-described “most fabulous colorist in the world,” he tended to rich and famous clients like Anne Hearst, Nancy Sinatra, Farrah Fawcett — and Marilyn Monroe.
New York City nail salons reopened in July, but few customers come in. “No matter how hard I work, I make no money,” one owner said.
In 2016, agency scientists deemed hair straighteners containing formaldehyde to be unsafe, according to newly obtained emails.
The city took its narrowest reopening step yet as it welcomed the return of personal-care services and outdoor recreation spaces.
Many beauty salons and barbershops are booked solid with appointments, showing how much grooming is a treasured ritual.
After years of ignoring and being ashamed of my hair, the coronavirus pandemic is forcing me to reassess our relationship.
The coronavirus pandemic has shown just how important personal grooming is to many around the world. And perhaps nowhere is that passion for primping as sharply felt as in Italy.
My husband’s hair was looking shaggy. So were my bangs. A hairstylist came to our rescue — or did she? — over video chat.