Best Hair Care Products for a Healthy Scalp and Thick, Healthy Hair

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
Strong, beautiful hair and a healthy scalp go hand in hand. It’s easy to forget that the scalp is, in fact, skin and needs proper care just like the skin on our faces. And hair, even though its shaft is comprised of keratin protein rather than living tissue, can become damaged by heat, color processing... Read more »

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How to Keep Every Type of Curly Hair Healthy

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
Believe it or not, roughly 65% of the U.S. population has textured hair. And, just like we all have individual skin types (think dry, combination, oily, etc.), curly hair also falls into various categories and requires customized care. Yep, there’s no one-size-fits-all solution here. Yet, all types of textured hair have one major thing in... Read more »

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How to Use This Game-Changing Curling Iron 3 Ways

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
There’s a hot tool out there for seemingly every purpose: wands designed to create perfectly imperfect beach waves, curling irons made to shape cascading ringlets. But if your inner minimalist recoils at the thought of multiple tangled tools occupying the space under your bathroom sink, you’ve got a new, streamlined option in the 3-in-1 Ceramic... Read more »

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All Your Questions About Olaplex’s Damage-Repairing Hair Care, Answered

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
You may have heard your colorist sing its praises, or read the rave reviews from people who’ve used Olaplex to bring their damaged hair back from the brink. But if you’re not quite sure what, exactly, Olaplex is and how it works, you’ve come to the right place. While the science may be a bit... Read more »

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How This Flight Attendant and Blogger Embraces Her Silver Curls

Annie Ryu
Photos: Courtesy of Tennille Murphy For the latest installment of our More Than Skin Deep series, we’re shining a spotlight on Instagram star and blogger, Tennille Murphy. As a former-interior-designer-turned-celebrity-flight-attendant, Tennille is no stranger to traveling in style. When she’s not jetting across the globe as part of her job in corporate aviation, the silver-haired... Read more »

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I’m an Esthetician Specializing in Multi-Ethnic Skin Care. Here’s What We Need to Understand About Treating African-American Skin

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
“Oops!” is the last thing you want to hear your esthetician exclaim in the middle of a facial. I still have the scar from an “oops” that another esthetician, a colleague at my first spa job, made while attempting to do extractions. She used her tool too aggressively, and it slipped, tearing my skin (which... Read more »

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Dermatologist Answers: How Should I Treat Back or Body Acne?

Gracee Tolentino
It’s safe to say that regardless of the season, there’s just no room for body acne (aka “bacne”) in your life. Not only does it put a damper on your plans for back-baring #ootds, it can also cause great physical discomfort. And acne on your back and body can be particularly frustrating to treat, especially... Read more »

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8 People on the Acne Remedy That Finally Worked for Them

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
After struggling with hormonal acne for 15 years, I’d say I’m a veteran when it comes to testing out every acne treatment available. From harsh acne washes to pure honey cleansers, to antibiotics and then spironolactone, I’ve tried it all in the name of clearer skin. Although it took me many years of trial and... Read more »

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How This Olympian Saves Her Skin During Workouts

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
While Queen Quedith Harrison Claye might be best known as an Olympic hurdler and sprinter, she’s also a major beauty enthusiast. Whether she’s posting tutorials on her Instagram, working on launching her own clean cosmetics line, or starring in our new campaign video, Queen isn’t afraid to make a bold statement. We asked her to... Read more »

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How I Finally Cleared Up My Adult Acne, With a Dermatologist’s Help

Wendy Rodewald-Sulz
My skin had seen better days. To be quite honest, I never thought I’d see another pimple on my face after graduating high school. Reality check: I’d been dealing with acne on and off throughout my teen and adult years. But this time, I was really in for a rough patch with my skin, and... Read more »

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