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Best and Worst States for Women to Live and Work

Minnesota is number one. California is number 16. See where your state ranks on this report from WalletHub.

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Tips for Correct Body Positioning for the Professional Hairdresser

The experts at Sam Villa offer their tips for correct body positioning when performing a cut or color.

Being a Hairstylist and Coping With Invisible Illness

A campaign between Instagram star-stylist Ash Fortis and ECOHEADS during Invisible Illness Week in October revealed an industry fully aware of, and trying to cope with, the agony of invisible illnesses.

Ash Fortis Raises Awareness for Invisible Disabilities Week

Illnesses like arthritis, lupus and Crohn's aren't always apparent to others, but can be crippling just the same. Butterfly Circus educator Ash Fortis raises awareness for Invisible Disabilities Week by sharing her struggle with Crohn's during an Instagram takeover for Ecoheads.

What NovaLash is Doing About Lyme Disease Awareness

For more than 30 years, Sophy Merszei, CEO and founder of NovaLash, has been fighting the unpleasant and often debilitating symptoms of Lyme Disease. Merszei and Team NovaLash are set to bring awareness to this disease.

10 Ways to Prepare for a Sudden Disaster

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce offers 10 tips for businesses to prepare for sudden disaster.

Is Being a Hairstylist a Low-Stress Job?

Depending on your clientele, salon culture and overall job satisfaction, adjectives used to describe your job as a hairstylist typically fall into the positive category. But would you agree that being a hairstylist is one of the least stressful jobs out there? According to a recent report, hairstylists rank as the second-least stressful job.

Sponsor Spotlight: Pivot Point's "Look for the Tag" Campaign

This November, Healthy Hairdresser sponsor Pivot Point International launches “Look for the Tag,” a campaign to raise awareness about human rights and the company’s commitment to social accountability standards.

Ulta's "A Gorgeous Way to Give" Day - Sunday, Oct. 8

To emphasize Ulta’s commitment to breast cancer causes, the company holds “A Gorgeous Way to Give,” set this year for Sunday, October 8, as a day of beauty that donates 100% of sales from two special services—a hair cut and style for $20 and a Facefit Facial for $10—to the Breast Cancer Research Fund (BCRF).

Financial Planning: Making the Most of Your Money

Learn how to make the most of your hard-earned dollars from a financial adviser. Her three-step plan requires you to commit to saving, make it a habit and allocate wisely.