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How A Hijab-Friendly Brooklyn Salon Became A Space For Women's Empowerment
“I want to help other girls follow their dreams," owner Huda Quhshi says.
I Have A Love-Hate Relationship With My Waxer
Award-winning humor writer, blogger and viral content creator
Why I feel I can trust someone with eyebrows drawn in with a pencil to apply hot wax to my face and rip my own eyebrows out, I have no idea. But I do, and it always makes me feel better.
Off the Grid: Los Angeles' Hidden Gems for Getting Gorgeous
Getting gorgeous in Los Angeles can be a wonderful, star-filled experience, but it can also be a frustrating exercise in financial futility. Here's a short list of where to go and who to see in Los Angeles to get gorgeous top to bottom -- without forking over your entire paycheck.
City Cracks Down On Overpriced Manicures...For Men
Afghan Women: Has Anything Really Changed?
Co-founder, Executive Director, “The Beauty School of Kabul”
There is no doubt that the Taliban threat is real and constant. While it is true that they have hindered progress, and created an environment of fear, instability and violence, that is not the entire picture.
LA Spa Week is Coming
It seems everyone is familiar with Restaurant Week, but there is also a Spa Week in Los Angeles and Orange County, and it starts next week.
Newsletter With Charles Pelton Interview Disappears From Web
editor Marcus Brauchli was lying "when he told the
that he didn't know the paper's controversial corporate-sponsored dinner parties would be off-the-record." And guess what else?
Editor Know About Salons -- and When Did He Know It?
Author of ten books, film producer
The New York Times
carried a rare Postscript in Saturday's paper, raising questions about whether it is charging the top
editor, Marcus Brauchli, with not telling the truth.
The Stripped Word and Naked Girls
Actress, Writer, documentarian
Naked Girls Reading sounded like a fabulous evening; naked beauties sitting around reading literature to a paid audience. What a novel idea for a literary salon. But which came first, the nudity or the literature?
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