Can beauty be a key to social reintegration for women after prison?

by | Jun 18, 2018

Was interested to read a feature by Lexy Lebsack that talks about the role beauty is starting to play in supporting female prisoner reform in the US. A growing number of correctional centres are opening hair design & makeup programmes for women to give them a better chance of independence & rehab when they leave. At one institution, only 6 women out of 89 who graduated from a hair design course returned to prison. Read the full feature on Refinery29 UK site.

https://www.refinery29.uk/2018/06/200804/women-prison-makeup-beauty-school

 

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