Started With Damaged Hair, Now We're Here: 3 Women Share Their Hair Journeys

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Started With Damaged Hair, Now We're Here: 3 Women Share Their Hair Journeys

Growing up, I always wanted hair that I didn't have: straight and blonde. Instead, I had light-brown, wavy, frizzy locks that I absolutely hated. I did everything I possibly could to change it. There was that one time I had a friend glue extensions in. (All I really remember now is crying in the shower trying to get the glue out.) Then there was the time I insisted on dyeing my hair red with black tips while on vacation. (This was during a very questionable stage in my life.) And the time I was in ninth grade and went to a very fancy salon to have my color completely stripped and colored again. Not only did it take seven hours, but the bill was $700. Let's just say my dad was not happy when he picked me up.

All of this got me thinking about the bonds we all have with our hair. I sure as hell put mine through a lot, but in the last eight years, my relationship with it has totally blossomed. I wonder had there been a tool years ago like the Dyson Corrale™ Hair Straightener ($500) that uses intelligent heat control to automatically control the temperature based on my specific hair type and flexing-plate technology, which essentially gives more control on each pass, maybe I would have had a healthier relationship with my hair all along. Over the years, I've realized just how much my hair is part of my identity, a reflection of who I was at each stage in my life, and no matter how I feel about it at any given time, the bond I have with it can't be broken. I know I'm not the only one who feels this way, which is why I tapped three women—Who What Wear market editor Indya Brown and content creators Natacha John and Melany Rodriguez—with different hair types to share their personal journeys and how they've learned to accept and love their locks too.  

Need some more inspiration? Check out two fresh hairstyles you can create using the Dyson Corrale. 

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5 Random Trends I'm Borrowing From Celebs

Okay, these are good.

5 Random Trends I'm Borrowing From Celebs

Celebs have access to the coolest and newest pieces in fashion, which means they really help set the trends. One of my favorite ways to observe celebrity style? While I love all the glamour of a stunning red carpet, I tend to take more inspiration from everyday street style looks because it influences how I actually want to get dressed. Right now, the celebrity outfits are *good* and I have to share some of the random trends they’re putting on the map that I was to borrow immediately.

From the Kendall Jenner-approved to the “going out” pieces Bella Hadid is a fan of to the color Rihanna’s endorsing that’s really taking off, these are the 5 celebrity-approved style trends to add to your closet now. And yes, I’ve already shopped each of them out with some picks to add to your shopping cart.

From the silhouettes to the styling, athleisure continues to get reinvented and athletic shorts are one of the key pieces to own right now. Think of them as this season's answer to bike shorts.

On Hailey Bieber: Eterne T-shirt; Martine Rose shorts; New Balance sneakers; Saint Laurent bag

2021 is shaping up to be the year of green and there are so many notable shades to have on your radar. The one that will be most remembered? The vibrant bright green hues that are absolutely everywhere—including Rihanna's closet.

On Rihanna: Supriya Lele shirt and skirt; Amina Muaddi heels; Gucci bag

Oversize button-downs were one of the key S/S 21 trends we reported on after spotting them on the runways and they have certainly proven to be one of the most essential buys of the season. They're especially cult-worthy in fun saturated shades.

If you're going to add a pair of sandals into your closet, make them a directional pair of cloud slides that have padded straps and cushy soles.

Ready for that "revenge" look? I know I certainly am and think that the cutout tops, dresses, and swimsuits are the coolest way to tap into it right now.

On Bella Hadid: I.Am.Gia Svana Top ($60); Saloman sneakers; Goyard bag; Gucci sunglasses; Beepy Bella necklace; Mercii earrings; Bea Bongiasca ring; Emi Jay clip; Lu Goldie mask

Next, see 30 new arrivals I'm obsessing over right now.

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