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Stay tuned as we sit down with First for Women’s Samantha Trenk, who’s sharing self-care and salon tips during quarantine and beyond.

Stay tuned for easy ways to ensure your hair looks great all summer long! From root touches from No Gray Quick Fix, to fixing hair color mistakes from Color Oops, we’re giving you tips for every hair emergency.

In addition, don’t forget to use a color care shampoo, such as Pantene Radiant Color Shine. Fight frizz with Suave Keratin Infusion Smoothing Serum. Plus, boost growth with New Nordic Hair Volume.

You’ve probably seen First for Women at your local grocery store. In fact, it’s the second best-selling magazine at retail with 3.7 million active readers.

First for Women offers its audience of women the tools and inspiration they need to look good, feel great, and enjoy every aspect of their lives.

Published every three weeks, the 124-page magazine delivers guidance and encouragement. Topics include beauty and fashion to health, psychology, nutrition, food and cooking, home and family, and more.

Understanding how busy readers are, First for Women offers visually driven, reliable information in easy-to-handle bite-sized nuggets. Bright, friendly, smart, and engaging, First for Women is the go-to for women on the go.

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Bringing the best tips from the experts in Atlanta in business, beauty, wealth management, child healthcare, car shopping, and more. Each year, Atlanta’s Women’s Entrepreneurship Initiative selects 15 local female entrepreneurs for a 15-month business training program. We meet women who have grown their companies, created jobs, and broke through the glass ceiling. With some […]

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