"Upon hearing everything Jacob went through it not only broke my heart but resonated so deeply with me,” Osbourne wrote on her Facebook page.
“I decided to do the hair-dyeing element to make it more fun and interactive for the students that were contributing,” teacher John Sigmon tells Yahoo Beauty.
A teenage boy has been suspended from school for two days because of his hairstyle — and his supportive mother has gone public in his defense.
Teen Tylah Durie suffered a severe allergic reaction when she tried to tint her eyebrows and lashes at home. After an attempt to tint her eyebrows and lashes, 16-year-old Tylah suffered an allergic reaction to at-home dye that left her “looking like a frog,” in her words. Until she landed in the hospital, Durie had no idea that she was even allergic to Paraphenylenediamine (PPD), a common ingredient in dark hair dyes.
Mish Whalen, a Today senior multimedia editor, woke up with an oversize head after getting her hair dyed last December. She had gone to her friend’s salon to get her hair colored a chestnut shade. After the job was done, she felt fine and went about her day. But things quickly turned sour two days after her visit, when she woke up with an enlarged head. “My head was red and itchy and there were hives and burning. I just had an overall feeling of being sick. The worst part was my head was so big that it made me feel like I looked disfigured. ...
Last year, we kicked things off with everyone roaring loud and proud about rose gold hair, and now the cool color trend continues, but with a new twist. Introducing … blorange! Just like the inventive name suggests, it’s a subtle swirl of blood red and orange with a slightly pastel overlay.
Eighth-grader Alena Halliwill dyed her hair bright red during the summer of 2016. Within days of returning to school in the fall, the Ypsilanti, Michigan teen’s hair color became an issue. The girl’s father, Dave Halliwill, tells Yahoo Beauty he was surprised that his daughter’s hair color was an issue.
We hope you’re “All By Yourself” right now, because this news might come as a shock: Celine Dion is now almost as platinum as her albums. The superstar singer and diva extraordinaire just posed for a photo with her makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, and she appears to have decided to kick 2017 on a high(lighted) note.
There have been plenty of outlandish beauty tricks and tips to hit the Internet of late. Social media has shown people using mouthwash to eliminate dandruff, deodorant as a makeup primer, and now people are using Dunkin’ Donuts coffee to dye their hair.
There comes a day in every single young man or woman's life when they're on a transatlantic red-eye flight from Europe back to the States and they realize they have not one, but three grey hairs on the frontal quadrant of their head, and they didn't even notice until they were in the worst airplane bathroom lighting known to humanity. Oh, that's never happened to you? Weird, because it definitely happened to me about three weeks ago. Yes, at a cruising altitude of 39,000 feet I completely unr
No, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you--the contouring phenomenon has officially branched out into hair color, using highlights, at that, to achieve a more defined face shape. At New York City's Julien Farel Restore Salon, senior colorist Abby Haliti has the technique down to an art form, with Olivia Palermo's enviable color serving as proof. On Palermo, Haliti concentrated color near each of her cheekbones, then around the corners of her eyes, which created a lifted appearance. "Your f
When rose gold and rich brunette cross-pollinate, the results are undeniably gorgeous. Last week, Hannah Edelman, colorist and owner of Brooklyn's Brush in Hand Salon, blessed Reddit with her chocolate-mauve hair color concept, and commenters rightfully lost it over the stunning fade in tone from rich brown to warm pink. Unlike pastel unicorn hair, the ends aren't so insanely pale that they seem out of place against the darker background. Edelman got by with a little help from her friend Marlena
During the third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas on Oct. 19, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump concluded his initial remarks about his proposed immigration policies by saying, “We have some bad hombres, and we’re going to get them out.”
Taelor Beeck, a popular waitress at Zombie Burger in Des Moines was closing out her shift one night, when she spotted a note — along with no tip — on a receipt.
As reported by The Dominion Post, Sheryl Smith of Wainuiomata, New Zealand was burned on her neck and torso after using Clairol Nice ‘n Easy boxed hair color, an at-home permanent hair dye that is used to give yourself highlights and lowlights.
2015 was the year that dyeing your hair and celebrating it on Instagram became a social media phenomenon. Savvy and talented colorists became online celebrities with hundreds of thousands of followers, and hashtags like #UnicornHair and #GrannyHairDontCare went viral, warranting press coverage on their own. “This year was the year of vibrant color,” Lucille Javier, colorist at Manhattan-based salon Sally Hershberger Downtown (and my personal colorist) told Yahoo Beauty.
Kelly Osbourne has evolved from a rock star daughter into a celebrity known for her beauty risks, but make no mistake — she’s still Ozzy and Sharon’s daughter. “I’ve always thought I was the image of my mother… [but] I am so much like my father it’s ridiculous,” Osbourne tells Yahoo Beauty. She thanks her mom for important lessons on beauty and confidence. “The greatest gift she ever gave me was teaching me that it’s OK to be me. Once you understand that form of mental beauty, you care less about the physical appearance part of it. ...