Celebrities are usually our go-to guide when it comes to hairstyle inspiration. So, it came as quite a surprise when Kate Hudson shaved her head. Getting a short haircut can be scary, so one can imagine that a buzz cut is downright terrifying. If you’re scared to get that short hairstyle you’ve been pinning all over social media, hear what Kate Hudson has to say about short haircut.

Actors are used to going through physical transformations for upcoming roles. That goes for gaining weight, as Renee Zellweger did for Bridget Jones Diary. Or, getting fit like Katie Holmes for her role in action-thriller, The Doorman. When it comes to hair, Emma Thompson braved it all with a perm for her role as P.L. Travers in Saving Mr. Banks. And joining these ladies is Kate Hudson with her fresh buzz cut.

She said goodbye to her blonde waves for her role in singer, Sia’s new film, Sister. But now that her hair is growing back, Hudson shares that she misses it. “There’s something so liberating about it. I really loved it.”

But let’s face it, most of us aren’t Hollywood actresses, having to transform our appearances for a character on screen. Nonetheless, Hudson thinks you should give short hair a go: “I honestly think that a woman in her life at one point needs to just chop it all off.”

Maybe it will be liberating. Maybe it will disappoint. But you will never know unless you try. And the great thing about hair is that it does grow back, and along the way, you get to experiment with just about every hair style there is.

Lead is a known toxic metal, and we’re advised on how to make our homes safer by removing lead paint or lead pipes. However, most of us have forgotten that it is a mainstay ingredient in the fuel we put into our cars. And a new study is showing that this low-level, chronic exposure this element is actually much more poisonous than scientists originally thought.  

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