We all have those moments when work is just too much. A book written for frontline healthcare workers has some actionable, practical advice for anyone in a stressful work situation who suddenly feels overwhelmed, and on the verge of panic.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation is partnering with Barbicide to gather industry leaders and experts for discussions on how the pandemic has affected the industry, the disproportionate impact on communities of color, plans for business and economic recovery, and the various roles of these barbers and hair stylists in supporting business health and community wellbeing.
Part of cultivating a well-lived life is joining together to protect the planet that we all call home. In honor of Earth Day, here’s a glimpse into the ways stylists can help keep the planet beautiful – all while making people beautiful.
Recently, singer Demi Lovato slammed a yogurt shop in Los Angeles after claiming their signs promoted diet culture. Lovato noted one sign labeled a flavor option as "Guilt-Free." Now a Registered Dietician is applauding Demi's efforts.
It has been one year since the World Health Organization declared we were living in a pandemic. The stress of this reality can impact our health, physically and mentally. Here are tips to help us stay well from an award-winning scientist who has devoted his career to mental health and researching the brain.
The Dresscode Project's mission is to educate and empower hair stylists and barbers to give people haircuts that help them look the way they feel, and to provide education, events and support to stylists looking to create safer spaces in their areas.
Nearly 8 in 10 adults (78%) say the coronavirus pandemic is a significant source of stress in their lives, while 3 in 5 (60%) say the number of issues America faces is overwhelming to them.
We take a deep breath and consider two proven stress relievers: meditation and mindfulness.
Lucas Products’ new LUCAS-CIDE® #222 RTU ready-to-use hospital-grade disinfectant has received a 60-second kill claim for COVID-19, allowing salons, spas and barbershops to save time cleaning in-between clients.
The survey asked 2,532 salons to share their safety protocols, representing 19,392 licensed beauty professionals and services for over 2 million+ clients since reopening. The bottom line? Salons are safe for beauty professionals and clients.