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  • Beauty: back to your roots
    From cleansers and toners to masks and SPF, the new hair products take cues from the best skincare for complete hair health.
    By AMY WILSON-THOMAS

    In caveman times, a thick mane denoted vitality and fertility, playing an essential role in mate selection. Fast forward to 2014 and not much has changed: we still see great hair as a status symbol, something that can make us feel more attractive and youthful. As the late, great screenwriter Nora Ephron said, “There’s a reason why 40, 50 and 60 don’t look the way they used to, and it isn’t because of better living through exercise. It’s because of hair dye.”

    But in one of life’s great catch-22s, blow-drying, straightening and coloring to make hair look good in the

    Lauren Hutton, shirt by Levi’s, hair by Rick Gillette, New York, March 13, 1973, by Richard Avedon

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    Photograph: © The Richard Avedon Foundation

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