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Beauty Break Newsletter
April  2013
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Hair.  Should you cut and cover, or grow and show it?  Is your hair style simply a matter of personal preference, chosen based on current trends? Or is there some deeper, mystical or even religious underlying meaning?  
For many people, the choice of hairstyle may be based on a whim.  For others it may be chosen in accordance with tradition and spirituality.  If you have wondered why Native Americans keep their hair long, or why Buddhist monks shave their heads, you are not alone! 

Since ancient times, hair has been associated with magical power that acts a some sort of antenna that can heighten psychic abilities. As a result, there are various beliefs and guidelines for different religions and cultures regarding hair and its care. 


Many superstitions surround hair, particularly when it comes to cutting. The Sioux Indians, for example, believe that hair should be cut only during times of mourning and buried as it represents the death of a part of one's soul. The Chinese believe that hair should not be cut at the lunar New Year because it will "cut" one's chances of a year of prosperity.  Some believe that if hair is cut at the time of the full moon, it will grow much faster, but if cut during a new moon, hair will become thin and may even fall out!  Koreans cut a newborn's hair at birth, believing that it will grow in thicker and fuller, but Orthodox Jews don't cut a child's hair until the age of 3.  


Both Italian and Muslim women associate hair with beauty and sensuality.  However, while Italian women proudly display their alluring tresses, Muslim women cover it and reveal its beauty only to their husbands.  In Victorian England and West Africa, a woman's  long hair was seen as a sign of fertility, just as male baldness was seen as a sign of virility.


A symbol of vanity and attachment to material possessions, hair is shaved as a form of religious expression and a gesture of renouncing ties to the material world for monks. However, Sikhs, on the other hand, never cut their hair out of respect for the Creator.


Hair myths circulate around the world in all different cultures and countries.  While some may seem to be logical, others may seem far-fetched.  For example, it seems possible that for every single gray hair pulled, two might grow back.  But is it likely that if a Scottish woman with friends or family at sea, combs her hair after dark, her friends and family will face danger?  And, although there is no scientific basis for it, perhaps Lithuanians who wash their hair in the first rain in May really do grow strong hair.  But, is it possible that in India, hair cut on a Tuesday or washed on a Thursday will face dismal consequences?  


Throughout history, hair has been an important part of many cultural traditions and beliefs, possessing powerful symbolic properties. Essentially, hair is viewed as part of a person's identity and reflects someone's true nature. What does your hair say about you? Let us know, we'd love to hear from you!



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The BeautyScoop Bees Knees

Submitted by Casey DeLuca, Binghamton, NY                                   


  • 1 packet or 1 scoop of BeautyScoop
  • 5 oz lemonade (substitute 2 oz vodka)
  • 1 TBSP honey
  • 1 lemon wedge for garnish
  • crushed ice
  • 1/2 oz vodka (optional)
  1. Fill cocktail shaker with crushed ice.
  2. Add lemonade and honey and shake well.
  3. Add BeautyScoop and shake until blended.
  4. (Optional) Add vodka and shake some more!
  5. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
  6. Serve, garnish and enjoy!

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