Alison Alhamed

Editor-in-Chief, Cosmetologist

Editor in Chief of Modern Salon and a licensed cosmetologist.

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The B-52’s didn’t just wear beehives, the band was named after the hairstyle - since it looks a little like the nosecone of the World War II bomber.

Remembering the Inventor of the Beehive Hairdo

The B-52’s didn’t just wear beehives, the band was named after the hairstyle - since it looks a little like the nosecone of the World War II bomber.

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