Fashion Forward Hairstyle Trends For Spring 2019

With a new season comes a new style; a hairstyle that is. Let’s change things up for the warmer weather. The sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and ladies are strutting out of the salon with the latest hairstyle trends. You can chop it off, layer it up, or simply add an accessory, and your hair will be ready to say hello to spring.

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Feud with Trump, Rolling Stone's Women Shaping the Future Cover, Pay and Representation Gap in Tech & Media

It was a strange week made stranger by the fact that the leader of the free world engaged in a social media feud with the husband of one of his employees, advisor Kellyanne Conway. This March Rolling Stone’s cover celebrates Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi and three members of the congressional freshman class—Jahana Hayes, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, and more news on women in media and tech.

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Feminist Movie Captain Marvel Flawless Success Despite Sabotage Attempts, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and Monica Lewinsky in The News

Out of the twenty-one Marvel superhero films, Captain Marvel is the first one solely about a woman, and already the 13th most successful in the franchise with $760 MM at the box office. Movie review aggregators like Rotten Tomatoes, YouTube, and IMDb were besieged by trolls trying to sabotage its success. The film actually spurred several review platforms to alter their algorithms.

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Domestic Violence Survivor Kahshanna Evans Talks About Her Experience & Recovery

“This person burst through the door, assaulted me with all his might after I drifted out to sleep without even bothering to wake me, chastise or to tell me what was going on, and just really unleashed the breadth of his might with this really thick police belt to the extent I felt like I left my body. And I just remember at some point, kind of feeling really hot, like my body was on fire.”

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Beauty Brands On The Rise

There are just some brands that have been around the block and then again. They are classics, but along with new product launches, new brands are popping up now more than ever. The beauty market is in dire need of a shake up, and it seems that start-ups rather than big budget leaders are here to make it happen, with broader shade ranges, new ideas, and fun concepts.

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Elizabeth Rowe vs. Boston Symphony Orchestra: A fight for Equal Pay, A Win for Feminism

Elizabeth Rowe, the principal flutist at the Boston Symphony Orchestra, one of the “big five,” settled her landmark equal-pay lawsuit against her employer for a disparity between her paycheck and that of a comparable musician—principal oboist John Ferrillo. “According to the BSO’s 2016 tax filings, Rowe made 75 percent of Ferrillo’s annual salary, which was $286,621 […]”

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Senator Kamala Harris For President Of The United States In 2020, And More Feminist News

Kamala Harris recently became the fourth woman to announce her candidacy for President of the United States, and drew a rare compliment from the man she seeks to replace. When asked by The NY Times who would be his toughest opponent in 2020, Trump replied: "I would say, the best opening so far would be Kamala Harris. I would say, in terms of the opening act, I would say, would be her." And he is right.

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Meet Lizbeth Hernandez: Photographer, Style Icon & Minimalist Beauty Lover

Like you, I am accustomed to roaming the internet for the latest style trends, and discovering unique personalities alongside killer looks is the goal. That is exactly what I accomplished when I came across Lizbeth Hernandez. With her raw talent and impressive list of accomplishments like interning at Vogue and working with celebrity stylist Maeve Reilly, she runs a successful style blog and YouTube channel that inspires bold looks, confidence, and a fabulous work ethic.

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