• Beauty bloggers remember Orlando victims with rainbow-inspired looks
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Beauty bloggers remember Orlando victims with rainbow-inspired looks

    The world is still mourning after this past weekend’s mass shooting at Pulse, a gay Orlando nightclub, that left 49 dead and 53 injured - the deadliest mass shooting in U.S. history. People flooded social media with posts and pictures tagged with #PrayForOrlando, many of them featuring the colours of the rainbow, a symbol of the LGBTQ community. Amongst them, beauty bloggers created their own colourful tributes, incorporating rainbow colours into their routines.  Click through the gallery to see some of their beauty looks and let us know what you think by tweeting @YahooStyleCA

  • Kylie Jenner Breaks Own Hair Rules By Going Pink
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    Marie-Claire Dorking

    Kylie Jenner Breaks Own Hair Rules By Going Pink

    Kylie Jenner matched her hair to the Valentine’s theme [Photo: Instagram/Kyliejenner]

  • Indie Pop Star Phoebe Ryan on How to Rock Low-Maintenance Mermaid Hair on Tour
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    Noël Duan

    Indie Pop Star Phoebe Ryan on How to Rock Low-Maintenance Mermaid Hair on Tour

    Singer-songwriter Phoebe Ryan, who just signed with Columbia Records. Ryan, with her mermaid green hair and smoky eye makeup, went viral in March 2015 for her cover-slash-mash-up of R. Kelly’s “Ignition (Remix)” and Miguel’s “Do You…” — an ambitious R&B cocktail that intoxicated the Internet and music industry, getting her signed to Columbia Records in June 2015. Ryan graduated from New York University’s Clive Institute of Recorded Music with a BFA in 2013, but even before she received her formal degree, she was gearing up for center stage with big makeup and a bigger voice.

  • Manic Panic Turns 38, Rainbow Hair Trend Stronger Than Ever
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    Joanna Douglas

    Manic Panic Turns 38, Rainbow Hair Trend Stronger Than Ever

    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.