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Court Orders Defiant Michigan Barber to Close His Shop

Court Orders Defiant Michigan Barber to Close His Shop

By Ed White | May 29
A Michigan court on Thursday ordered a barber to close his shop and stop defying the state's coronavirus restrictions, though he vowed to keep cutting hair.

Slather, Lather and Rinse: Best Summer Grooming Products for Men

Slather, Lather and Rinse: Best Summer Grooming Products for Men

By Matthew Wexler | May 27
As temperatures rise, so does the beating on our skin. Fortunately, there's an arsenal of skincare lines to tackle the daily grind.

PopUps: Actor Cheyenne Jackson Opens Up About Hair Transplant Surgeries

PopUps: Actor Cheyenne Jackson Opens Up About Hair Transplant Surgeries

May 26
Out actor Cheyenne Jackson took to Instagram over the weekend to open up about his struggles with his hair, noting that he's had five hair transplants.

Looking for a Fight? Grow a Beard

Looking for a Fight? Grow a Beard

May 20
Having a beard in a bar fight might be an advantage: beards act as a protective layer in absorbing the impact of physical blows according to the University of Utah study

Watch: Joe Conza's Morning Skincare Routine

Watch: Joe Conza's Morning Skincare Routine

May 19
Lifestyle, fashion and beauty influencer Joe Conza shares his tips for staying fresh-faced even if you're the only one who will see how good you look.

The Dirty History of Soap

The Dirty History of Soap

May 19
Soap is inexpensive and ubiquitous; it's a consumer product found in every household across the country. Yet few people know the long and dirty history of making soap, the product we all rely on to clean our skin.

How COVID Colors The Salon Experience

How COVID Colors The Salon Experience

May 12
As salons reopen in much of the country, they must navigate new government guidelines designed to balance a restart of the economy against the possibility of reigniting the pandemic.

'Coronavirus Hairstyle' Spikes in Popularity in East Africa

'Coronavirus Hairstyle' Spikes in Popularity in East Africa

By Desmond Tiro | May 11
The coronavirus has revived a hairstyle in East Africa, one with braided spikes that echo the virus' distinctive shape.

Coronahair, Don't Care? Easy, At-Home Tutorial for a Quick Trim

Coronahair, Don't Care? Easy, At-Home Tutorial for a Quick Trim

May 3
EDGE resident stylist Lance Collins offers tips for keeping your hair neat and clean during quarantine.

Bad Hair Days: Virus Confounds Stylists in Fashion Capital

Bad Hair Days: Virus Confounds Stylists in Fashion Capital

By Jake Seiner | May 2
The barbershops and salons that provide New Yorkers with cuts, colors, manicures and more are scrambling to ensure their small businesses can survive even after the state's stay-at-home order is lifted.

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