Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by But its cutting-edge technology — magical air currents — will cost you. ByMarisa Meltzer Oct. 9, 2018 “This will break the internet,” said Jen Atkin, the founder of Ouai Haircare and stylist to several Kardashians. Her excitement was not for a celebrity makeover or magazine cover but for the latest product introduction from Dyson: the Airwrap, a tool that can curl or smooth or dry hair. “My reaction was, like, this is so incredible,” she said. Ms. Atkin The Airwrap release follows the introduction in spring 2016 of the Supersonic, the doughnut-shaped hair dryer with a $399.99 price tag that was Dyson’s first foray into the beauty market. A Google search for Dyson Supersonic and “worth the hype” yields more than 9,000 results. So one may … [Read more...] about Dyson Wants to Curl Your Hair
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Democracy Dies in Darkness Sections Home Try 1 month for $1 Username Sign In Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Subscribe Account Profile Newsletters & Alerts Gift Subscriptions Contact Us Help Desk Accessibility for screenreader Business by Abha Bhattarai by Abha Bhattarai Email the author May 1 at 10:55 AM Email the author Angora goats are bred primarily for their soft inner coats, which are generally shorn twice a year, beginning when they are as young as 6 months old. (PETA) Some of the world’s largest clothing chains, including Zara, H&M, Gap and Topshop, have vowed to discontinue selling mohair apparel following allegations of animal cruelty at a dozen goat farms in South Africa. Mohair, made from the hair of Angora goats, is prized for its softness and often used in sweaters, coats and winter scarves. But video footage from an … [Read more...] about H&M, Zara and others ban mohair products after animal cruelty investigation
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