For our fellow hair obsessors, Mental Floss shares 17 crazy hair myths. 10 Point Checklist for Women in Leadership Positions, via Refinery 29. Related and also from R29, 3 Reasons You Should Care About Loretta Lynch. In case you need some style inspiration, see Vogue's 10 best-dressed...

And it's not just non-Black men and women who are making these assumptions and in turn perpetuating the myth that Black hair doesn't grow. It's across race and gender lines. And just in case someone didn't catch that . . . it's a MYTH that Black hair doesn't grow. As noted in Who Said Black...

But, is there any truth to them? You've heard that eating chocolate gives you acne and hair grows back thicker when you shave it. But, is it all just a myth? We've set out to find answers to these questions and more. Here's what we found. 1. True or False: Eating chocolate causes...

In an ideal world Steven Fry would always be on hand, sounding his QI buzzer at every sign of general ignorance – but until that point you'll just have to make do with me, and my grooming myths: uncovered. You shouldn't use moisturiser if you've got oily skin: False. If you've got an oily...

Colored hair has more shine and condition compared to uncolored strands. This is especially true if a client has had a Shades EQ Gloss service. Generally, the only color that will make your hair feel dry and brittle is when using a lightener to strip the color. HAIR MYTH #2: "CONSTANT...

A lot of girls have mentioned that they don't want to mess with their leg or facial hair because they're worried that the regrowth may be thicker. Well, I'm happy to say that's a myth! The hair that you see on the surface is already dead. Shaving or cutting it close to the skin does not in any...

And I gathered some very interesting facts about hair, over the years! If you're as curious as I was, click through to find out more: Now that you've made it so far, let's break some of those (curly) hair myths: {5} did you know that you "change" your hair, pretty much with every change...

"Although the bulb that produces the fibre is alive, hair itself is not classed as living or dead (as to be dead it would've needed to be alive in the first place!) and so cannot be stimulated by anything, including cutting." The rate your hair grows at is mostly determined by your genes,...

 

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