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How A Haircut Changed My Life

My hair softened those sharp edges. It neutralized the threat of me. It said I was no trouble.

My hair softened those sharp edges. It neutralized the threat of me. It said I was no trouble. My haircut changed my life.

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Letting My Hair Go Natural Lifted A Huge Burden Off My Shoulders

Letting my hair go natural lifted a huge burden off my shoulders. I don’t feel like a slave to it anymore.

Letting my hair go natural lifted a huge burden! I don’t feel like a slave to it anymore, which has made me feel less annoyed by it.

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Take The Cake: Fatness, Femininity, And My Pink Bangs

Fatness, femininity and hair! Photo credit: @virgietovar on Instagram

One of the things I have done for myself in adulthood as part of my healing process is make a strong claim to fatness femininity.

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Why I’ll Never Give Up My 90s Bangs

I’m not a trend setter or a trend follower; I have my own fashion sense that’s completely independent of what’s splashing across Instagram — although I am very in favor of the pastel hair dye trend.

Some people would say my bangs make me look younger and I should grow them out, but I disagree. My bangs don’t magically change my appearance, but my forehead feels naked without them.

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Like Everything In Life, Growing Out Your Roots Is More Fun With Glitter

One way to have fun with roots? GLITTER. (Image Credit: Annie Walton Doyle)

Of all of the supposed beauty “problems” in the world, for me, roots are really the least “problematic.” In fact, I love mine dearly.

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How To Use Dry Shampoo As A Styling Tool

Dry shampoo is an endless source of styling magic. (Image credit: Thinkstock)

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Am I In An Unhealthy Relationship With My Shampoo?

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Being a “strong” and “empowered” woman is so hot right now.

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What Happened When I Rejected Traditional Femininity

My hair is gone. My make-up is strong.

I can feel proud of my cleavage and my combat boots. I feel fierce in drop-crotch sweatpants and preppy sweaters. I carry my edge with me and, with it, my own brand of femininity. Best of all, I consult no one but my own eyes. I don’t ask permission. I don’t seek what’s in fashion.

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How To Get Mom Hair

This momma’s hair is not up for debate. Image: Thinkstock.

There’s nothing wrong with moms who decide to go for a stereotypical “mom cut.” If they like it, or if it makes their lives easier, that’s fantastic. Personally, my hair after I had children remained just as important to me as it was before I had them. My hair has always been a huge part of my identity — candy-colored, funky, and so totally me.

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Our Bodies Are Meant To Change

The changes in our bodies tell our life stories, for better or worse. Image: Thinkstock.

I am a perimenopausal woman in her 40s who still feels like a 23-year-old at heart. I cannot stop the progression of time and its effects on my physical appearance, regardless of how youthful my spirit may be.

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