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Hair and There: China

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Explore the world and learn secrets for beautiful hair! This week, Madison Reed visits China to bring you hair care secrets, fashion-forward trends, and fascinating facts. The fourth largest country in the world, China is a powerhouse of ancient culture, delicious cuisine, cutting-edge trends, and a young professional community undergoing hyper-fast growth. Within recent years, China has also taken the world by storm with its innovative approach to fashion and beauty.

Beauty Tip
Green Tea: This natural antioxidant not only keeps a range of health benefits, but it’s also kept Chinese women’s skin, hair, and nails young and supple. It can be worn as a face mask, used as a facial toner, mixed into food products in its purest form (matcha), or simply drunk as hot tea. This tea (in all of its forms) has been an elixir not just in China, but for women all around the world.

Above the Shoulders: This fresh and youthful cut is worn by many women in China, both young and mature. It has coincided with the fast-growing fashion and beauty space, and with short haircuts gaining wide popularity among modern Chinese women, this empowering hairstyle is here to stay.

Fun facts
Fortune cookies are not a Chinese custom. They were invented in early 1900 in San Francisco.
Table tennis is China’s national sport.
A new skyscraper is built in China every 5 days.
Sunrise in parts of China can be as late as 10 a.m. because the country has combined all of its time zones into one.

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