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When I look around, there are lots of women with really great hair, but there seem to be so many more with drab, no-style styles or those that insist on wearing their hair up, every single day. It seems like most women in that category fall into their late 30s to 40s. It's as if this is the age where we lose our direction.
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Check out some of the hottest celebs rocking short hair this year.
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From simple cuts to braided styles, there's plenty of ways to rock your short hair.
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Short hair is having a major moment! After years of seeing long, flowing locks all over the red carpet, we're finally seeing short hairstyles getting their moment in the spotlight. Stars like Scarlet...
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My hair has always been my security blanket. If I was feeling shy, I'd hide behind it. If I wanted to catch a cute guy's attention, I'd flip it over while walking by. It wasn't until recently I noticed a movement going on, and suddenly, female celebs known for their long hair were opting for shorter, chicer chops. So, I decided to take the plunge, and chop off my coveted locks.
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Miley Cyrus' hair influence is still being seen all over the red carpet! Proof: Canadian actress Malin Akerman, who debuted a shaved hairdo on Monday at HBO's 2014 Emmys after-party. The 36-year-old "...
I don't know how to teach my daughters that they have to follow arbitrary rules about their bodies, rules that will change based on current fashion, the people they socialize with, the media they consume. I don't know how to teach my daughters to sift through the shit that society decrees about their bodies.
Here at HuffPost Canada Style we talk a lot about hair whether it be on Rihanna's ever-changing locks, Miley's gorgeous pixie or Jennifer Lawrence's short 'do. So when we come across a non-celeb who g...
If you've been contemplating jumping on the Jennifer bandwagon and shearing that long, luscious mane of yours, here are a few things to consider before taking that first snip.
Wisdom has it that women should cut their hair every 6 to 12 weeks but the average times women actually change their hair happens much less frequently. A study done by Fabriah.com in the U.K. has foun...
By Emily Reid, TheKit.ca After a dramatic hair cut or a classic short style, you may want to grow out your short hair in time for fall and winter's longer styles. Related: The Best Makeup For Bangs...