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Recently, women’s shag and mullet hairstyles have been becoming popular with Miley Cyrus, Demi Lovato and other celebrities rocking androgynous hair. However, this chunky and layered haircut can be pretty daunting. Having a shag hairstyle can be fun to experiment with. Depending on hair type and washing habits,...

February marks the start of one of the most impactful calendar months: Black History Month. Let’s take a closer look into the history of Black creations, trends and more! Gadgets Home Security System Marie Van Brittan Brown, with the help of her husband Albert Brown, found a creative way to feel safe in...

Photo by: Cindy Rivas Alfaro As silly little humans, we spend about a third of our lives sleeping or at least trying to. If we’re spending that much of our lives in bed (or wherever you may sleep), we should be making sure it’s the comfiest and coziest bed of all time. Here are some ways I make sure my bed is my...

All photos by: @UHFits I got my first tattoo in November 2021. Without telling my parents, I secretly went to my appointment in Dallas where I was tattooed by my all-time favorite artist, Faisal Al-Lami. I was so nervous I made my best friend hold my hand as he began tattooing my arm with some Pakistani imagery...

Graphic by: Gwyneth Gravador Starting Out While it may be tempting to go out and buy all the plants for your home, start slow. It’s important to make sure you have the proper space to ensure healthy plant growth. Most plants at the store have some information included but it’s always a good idea to do some...

Graphic by: Sakeenah Raji Bring the pricey facials home and roll your way into a brighter complexion! You may have heard of jade rollers or maybe even a gua sha from the growing popularity. Jade rollers are legitimate facial tools that have their roots in traditional Chinese medicine. According to Debra...

Dressing for the holidays means dressing to impress - and sequins. But where does sustainability come into the equation?

Have you ever been intrigued by those weird hair tutorials you see on Tik Tok? Our Cynthia Zelaya tried out a hair noodle.

The days of black slacks, white collared shirts and gray blazers are slowly passing. Before our eyes we are witnessing the definition of professionalism changing. Tattoos, piercings and colorful hair dye are becoming more commonplace in office settings as Millennials and Generation Z enter the workforce.

Your interview is your first impression. Standing out and staying true to yourself can help you land a job where you can truly thrive. Depending on the career path you choose, we have compiled a list of ways to make sure you don’t lose yourself in a sea of beige.