Julie Dickson, owner of Fox & Boy salon in New York City, shares her style inspiration and beauty secrets with us.
I've figured out the secret to having perfect hair every day, and it is neither wigs, large hats, nor burkas.
Times have changed and I think that's a good thing, particularly for our kids. I'm inclined to let my kids chose the hair they want, with a few exceptions. I think that letting them decide about their own hair is better for them, which is truly the point.
Something funny happened as I matured and had money to spend. When my dental hygienist commented on my 'great' teeth, I was baffled at first. They didn't seem at all to resemble the ones in the Colgate commercials, but when I looked closer, I noticed that they weren't cracked or wildly uneven. Maybe that constitutes beauty?
The problem with curly hair in the media is that it's usually a "before" look -- before the main character becomes pretty, confident and self-actualized. Think Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman or Anne Hathaway in The Princess Diaries.
After all, this is country! So of course, the hair was big and beautiful at this pinnacle glamour event, the Country Music Association Awards in Nashville, with waterfalls of curls flowing over celebrity shoulders.
First of all, take a deep breath. Stay calm. Your chances of repairing any problem are better if you stay cool. Work with your stylist to fix the hair. You may be upset but, truly, this may not be anyone's fault.
Let's face it, none of us want to age but it is inevitable, and with that comes one of man's biggest fears: hair loss. You can either choose to deal it with in a graceful way or make an ass out yourself by growing hair to try to cover the bald spots or receding hairline.
This type of hair-bullying is not just present in the media. It is present in our homes as learned self-hatred manifests in comments to little girls with looser textures that they have "pretty hair," while little girls with kinkier hair textures are told that they have "bad hair."
The movement often fails to challenge the very paradigm that encouraged women to chemically process their hair and thereby prevented them from remaining natural, in the first place.
Fashion Week is more like "Fashion Month." It started with New York Fashion Week, followed by week-long events in London, then Milan and Paris. It's too much to watch it all, and the focus is on the clothing for the spring and summer next year. The hair, though, is integral and trend setting.
My husband likes to say he's slept with a blonde, brunette AND redhead, and they are all me.
There is still a lot of breath left in that summer breeze, but we're thinking more and more about a fall hairstyle, which typically includes going with a darker shade. We can begin now with a transition toward our next color.
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