When will we get haircuts again? Beauty experts weigh in on the future of self care
Rachel Ford Hutman is embracing a more natural style a few months into the pandemic
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Rachel Ford Hutman, a California blonde for years, is now embracing a more natural look.
After shelter-in-place was declared in San Diego to stem the spread of Covid-19, she tried to use a coloring spray to cover her roots but it was an unmitigated disaster.
Now, she’s liking the lived-in ombré look with natural-colored roots, which she hopes will save her money and frequent trips to a hair salon.
“With the last financial crisis, the first thing I cut was Starbucks,” said Ford Hutman, who works in public relations. “I’m thinking that any way to save now is a good thing.”
Across the U.S., people are taking creative approaches to their beauty regimens. Couples are watching YouTube videos before cutting each other’s hair. Kids are …continued .
[Source: CNBC News]