Month: March 2016

Charlie Hebdo

The Power of the Pen

“If there’s a book that you want to read, but it hasn’t been written yet, then you must write it!” ―Toni Morrison From the beginning of time, literature and responsible journalism have mirrored public opinion and public action. Consider author Harriet Beecher Stowe and her bestseller Uncle Tom’s Cabin, which […]

HAIR TODAY . . . (HAIR TOMORROW)

HAIR TODAY . . . (HAIR TOMORROW)

Years of constant blow-drying, specialized treatments, coloring, and even the environment can take their toll. Even traditionally thick and resilient hair can fall victim to hair loss. We’re not talking about breakage from dry or disrespected ends, but hair that sheds from the root in greater numbers (about 100 strands […]