Model and actress Jaime King has been vocal about her decision to raise her two sons in a gender-neutral environment.
Pumpkins, ghosts, and ghouls, oh my! It’s that time of the year when celebrities dress themselves — and their little ones — up for Halloween. Take a look at which stars are getting festive for the spooky season.
Actress Jaime King stepped out in Los Angeles looking fashion-forward sporting a structured ruffled blouse, skinny jeans, and black flats.
A pregnant Serena Williams posed nude on the August 2017 cover of Vanity Fair, following in the footsteps of Demi Moore, Jessica Simpson, Mariah Carey, and Cindy Crawford. Annie Leibovitz took the snaps of the 35-year-old athlete, who was photographed from the side, with her long dark tresses flowing loosely down her back.In her interview, Williams admits, “If you would have told me last year in October or November that I would have a baby, not be pregnant but have a baby, I would have thought you were the biggest liar in the world. This is kind of how I am right now. This is happening sooner than later, and it’s going by so fast.”Click through the gallery to see other celebrity mommas who have bared their bumps on social media!What do you think about these gorgeous bump photos? Click through the gallery and let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA!
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Jaime King believes lessons about tolerance should start young. The actress and mother of two recently launched a gender-neutral children’s clothing line which she hopes will inspire acceptance and self-expression among kids and adults alike. “It’s interesting how we’ve created these social norms that are incredibly stifling for our children,” said King of traditional kids’ clothing. “Our children should be allowed to express themselves however they want.”
How often should you wash your hair? Once a day? After a workout? Once a week? Every two weeks? When your co-workers start moving away from you? Today, Kim Kardashian West noted on her website that she only shampoos twice a week to avoid excess hair damage. While it sounds unappetizing, she’s not alone. Many people believe that washing your hair every day can cause more harm than good. It turns out that the frequency of your shower routine depends on the texture, moisture, and length of your hair, there isn’t a set rule. “Everybody’s sebaceous glands vary,” Manhattan-based colorist Lucille Javier of Sally Hershberger Downtown tells Yahoo Beauty. “In the winter, they’re more dry. In the summer, your sebaceous glands are more active because you’re sweating more.” It also depends on how often you chemically treat your hair; Javier notes that those with 100 percent natural hair shouldn’t worry about washing too often. But Kardashian West, who has dyed her hair platinum blonde before and frequently styles it for public appearance, may be wary of frequent washing. Some products that she recommended on her website to use in conjunction with low-frequency shampooing include Rodin by Recine Luxury Hair Oil ($70), Frédéric Fekkai Fekkai Brilliant Glossing Crème ($20), Olaplex No 3 Hair Perfector, Carol’s Daughter Monoi Repairing Hair Mask ($32), and Oribe Supershine Moisturizing Cream ($49).We’ve compiled a definitive list as to what celebrities have said about their hair wash frequencies throughout the years. Frankly, they still look like they get blowouts every day, no matter what they all say.Related:Jennifer Aniston’s Low-Maintenance Hair RoutineAn Education On Good Hair DaysHow to Dry Your Hair in the Winter