Joe Blakeney says his daughter Jess was recently fired from her job because of her colorful hair. So he decided to turn to social media in hopes of helping his daughter find a new job.
A Florida dog who almost died from serious burns she endured after coming into contact with human hair dye is on the mend.
"Upon hearing everything Jacob went through it not only broke my heart but resonated so deeply with me,” Osbourne wrote on her Facebook page.
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. ...
“If you fancy going this light, you must be prepared for a little style maintenance,” celebrity hairdresser Mark Hill tells us. “I would always advise you go to a hairdresser when you want to go this light - they will be able to use the correct product for your natural colour.
We all know that hair straighteners aren’t brilliant for our locks. They split our ends and seriously screw with the quality of our hair. But what we didn’t know was how much danger they were doing to our colour.
Over the past few years grey and silver hair has been having a fashion moment. There are common misconceptions and old wives’ tales surrounding your new hair colour that can be down right confusing. Since the texture of grey hair is coarser than your natural strands, Tolentino explains that it’s more resistant to dye.
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.
Novelist and Harvard writing instructor, Anne Bernays, started dyeing her hair last May. (Photo: Instagram) When 85-year-old novelist Anne Bernays, a Cambridge, Massachusetts resident by way of New York City, became a great-grandmother (after becoming a grandmother of six), she decided it was time to dye her hair blue.
Whether your hair color is dull, mousy, fading, growing out, or going gray, your problems can now be solved in minutes, at home, for $10, thanks to John Frieda. If you’re a blonde, you may be familiar with John Frieda’s color enhancing shampoos. Now the brand is letting brunettes in on the action with shampoo and conditioning combos that will amp up your shade instantly and work even better over time with a cumulative effect. The John Frieda Brilliant Brunette Visibly Brighter Shampoo and Conditioner ($9 each) lets you lighten your hair to a more golden, warmer shade while the Brunette Visibly Deeper duo ($9 each) lets you enrich and darken your hair with cooler tones and an ultra-shiny finish.
Miranda Lambert debuted new pink hair at the CMAs drawing comparison to her ex husband Blake Shelton’s new girlfriend, Gwen Stefani, who rocked the look back in 1999.
The misleading Clairol advertisement featuring Christina Hendricks. (Photo: Procter & Gamble) It should have been a nice and easy hair-coloring commercial, but a new Clairol ad featuring Mad Men actress Christina Hendricks has been banned in the U.K. for being misleading. The commercial for Clairol’s Nice ’N Easy starts with Hendricks sporting her signature red locks and ends with her being a blonde. “I’ve been the same shade of red for many years,” she says to the camera.
Genius collab alert: Jem and the Holograms hair dye by Manic Panic. (Photo: Manic Panic) As a child in the ‘80s, I was far too young for punk hair, wild makeup, and nightclubs — that came later. In the mean time, I lived vicariously through Jem and the Holograms. I tuned into the cartoon show before school to watch the friends turned rock band kick ass on stage, tackle serious social issues, fend off a rival band of mean girls (the Misfits) and look truly, truly truly outrageous all the while.
Formed way back in 1977 by original Blondie members Tish and Snooky Bellomo, Manic Panic began as the country’s first punk boutique on St. Mark’s Place in the East Village, which sold a rainbow of hair dyes. The store didn’t last, but the alternative beauty movement they spawned took off and eventually became mainstream.
We spoke with colorist Lucille Javier at Sally Hershberger Downtown in Manhattan to find out what you need to know before you get a vibrant dye job and what to do when you discover that your hands are now purple.
Celebrity colorist Tracey Cunningham is responsible for all these gorgeous heads of hair. Award season is incredibly busy for celebrities, but it might be even more hectic for their colorists. As Redken’s celebrity colorist and the owner ofMêche salon in Beverly Hills, Tracey Cunningham is perhaps the most well known hair color guru in Hollywood. Some of the biggest stars in the biz have been whizzing through her doors, so we asked Cunningham to share some stats on the past two weeks leading up to the Oscars.
Photo: Trunk Archive “NCIS” star Pauley Perrette is a natural blonde who’s been dyeing her hair black for 20 years, so imagine her surprise when she wound up in the hospital this week with a severe allergic reaction. Turns out I was having a dangerous allergic reaction to hair dye,” Perrette wrote on her Twitter account. Dr. Sejal Shah, a New York-based cosmetic dermatologist, says Perrette’s allergy was likely caused by para-phenylenediamine (PPD), an ingredient commonly found in back hair dye, temporary tattoos, black henna tattoos, and even some black clothing. You might like: This Really Works: Living Proof Perfect Hair Day “According to most studies, about five percent of people experience allergies to hair dye, but there is this sense that it’s probably very underreported,” says Shah.