Makeup and beauty

Olivia Culpo and Justine Marjan on Their Biggest Hair Mistakes – Allure Magazine

OK, folks, even celebrity a superstar celebrity hairstylist and Mane Addicts editorial director Justine Marjan has hair disasters. As in, epic ones. “I feel like I used to be really experimental with my hair. But when everyone was shaving the side of their heads, I shaved the side of my head, and I literally started crying right afterwards,” she told Allure at the launch of GHD’s new Nocturne line of…

Posted: Sunday, October 15, 2017

Hair dyes could raise risk of breast cancer: study – New York Post

Women who frequently dye their hair may be at greater risk of contracting breast cancer, a new study found. Professor Kefah Mokbel, a breast cancer surgeon at the Princess Grace Hospital in London reviewed studies on whether there is a link between hair dyes and breast cancer and found a fourteen percent increase in the disease among women who color their hair, according to the Sunday Times of London. “Although…

Posted: Sunday, October 15, 2017

How 2 hair stylists turned a costly failure into a business that’s making millions – CNBC

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Leadership Leadership 4:40 PM ET Fri, 13 Oct 2017CNBC.com In 2004, hair stylist and businesswoman Miko Branch created the wildly popular hair care line, Miss Jessie’s, with her late sister Titi Branch. Their business launched at a time when few stores had hair products for women of color. Now, the natural hair care industry is booming thanks in part…

Posted: Sunday, October 15, 2017

Would you like to donate your hair to someone with cancer? – SILive.com

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — ShopRite has partnered with Pantene for its “Care Beyond Hair Tour,” to donate hair to women who have lost their locks during cancer treatment. From Oct. 3  to Nov. 16, the Care Beyond Hair Tour will make stops at close to 40 ShopRite stores throughout New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania — including the three Staten Island-based ShopRite stores — offering a way for people to…

Posted: Sunday, October 15, 2017

The Artist Using Passport Photos To Talk About Natural Hair – Refinery29

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Posted: Sunday, October 15, 2017

12-year-old boy who donated hair to kids with cancer gets same diagnosis himself – Today.com

In 4th grade, Torrin Breneman of Detroit, Michigan, learned about cancer. Determined to help, he told his parents he wanted to grow his hair out to donate it to kids who were suffering. “He didn’t have money in the 4th grade — not enough to make a difference,” Jason Breneman, Torrin’s father, told TODAY. “It was the best he could do.” Courtesy of Jason Breneman Breneman explained that Torrin was…

Posted: Sunday, October 15, 2017

How 2 hair stylists turned a costly failure into a business that’s making millions – CNBC

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Leadership Leadership 23 Hours AgoCNBC.com In 2004, hair stylist and businesswoman Miko Branch created the wildly popular hair care line, Miss Jessie’s, with her late sister Titi Branch. Their business launched at a time when few stores had hair products for women of color. Now, the natural hair care industry is booming thanks in part to ethnic women embracing…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

How 2 hair stylists turned a costly failure into a business that’s making millions – CNBC

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Leadership Leadership 18 Hours AgoCNBC.com In 2004, hair stylist and businesswoman Miko Branch created the wildly popular hair care line, Miss Jessie’s, with her late sister Titi Branch. Their business launched at a time when few stores had hair products for women of color. Now, the natural hair care industry is booming thanks in part to ethnic women embracing…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

Bakayoko: I’ll dye my hair blue when I score for Chelsea – Goal.com

Tiemoue Bakayoko will consider dying his hair blue when he scores his first goal for Chelsea in the Premier League. The 23-year-old midfielder opened his account for his new side in the Champions League win over Qarabag, but has been unable to find the net in his six league games. The former Monaco star only recently changed his hair colour, but he is hoping he has to change it again. Related…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

Fight involving hair-pulling with teen girls not cop’s 1st controversy – NJ.com

ORANGE — Thursday afternoon’s scuffle in which Police Officer Hanifah Davis was caught on video pulling teen girls’ hair outside the city high school marks the second time this year the officer has been involved in controversy in the community, police officials said. About 45 days ago, Davis — who has been a police officer in Orange for about three-and-a-half months — was caught on camera while breaking up a large group of…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

This boy donated his hair to kids with cancer. Then he was diagnosed — at stage 4. – Miami Herald

When 12-year-old Torrin Breneman learned what cancer was three years ago, he knew he had to help. So he decided to grow his hair out for three years, donating it to kids with cancer this May through Wigs for Kids, according to People magazine. Now, Torrin and his family are grappling with a cancer diagnosis of their own. Just a few months after giving his locks away to kids in…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

This hair stylist turned a costly failure into a business that’s making … – CNBC

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Leadership Leadership 13 Hours AgoCNBC.com In 2004, hair stylist and businesswoman Miko Branch created the wildly popular hair care line, Miss Jessie’s, with her late sister Titi Branch. Their business launched at a time when few stores had hair products for women of color. Now, the natural hair care industry is booming thanks in part to ethnic women embracing…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

How 2 hair stylists turned a costly failure into a business that’s making millions – CNBC

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Leadership Leadership 8 Hours AgoCNBC.com In 2004, hair stylist and businesswoman Miko Branch created the wildly popular hair care line, Miss Jessie’s, with her late sister Titi Branch. Their business launched at a time when few stores had hair products for women of color. Now, the natural hair care industry is booming thanks in part to ethnic women embracing…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

How 2 hair stylists turned a costly failure into a business that’s making millions – CNBC

<!– –> VISIT CNBC.COM Home Entrepreneurs Leadership Careers Money Specials PRIMETIME Leadership Leadership 3 Hours AgoCNBC.com In 2004, hair stylist and businesswoman Miko Branch created the wildly popular hair care line, Miss Jessie’s, with her late sister Titi Branch. Their business launched at a time when few stores had hair products for women of color. Now, the natural hair care industry is booming thanks in part to ethnic women embracing…

Posted: Saturday, October 14, 2017

Meet the Duo Behind the DFW Hair Show – 303 Magazine

Every season, Denver Fashion Weekend (DFW), continuously proves to be bigger than the last. From the colorful outfits and exclusive designs to the floor-length gowns and the sky-high hair, the designers and salons of DFW never fail to impress. From the beginning of DFW nearly 10 years ago, the team behind Denver’s biggest fashion show constantly work to put on a show that outshines the rest. Featuring three nights of local…

Posted: Friday, October 13, 2017

USC stem cell scientists developing a new cure-all for baldness – CNBC

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Posted: Friday, October 13, 2017

Blake Lively says she was filmed by ‘voyeuristic’ make-up artist, harassed – Fox News

Blake Lively said she was filmed by a make-up artist while she was sleeping.  (Reuters) Blake Lively is the latest star to open up about her experience with sexual harassment in Hollywood. Lively, 30, told the Los Angeles Times Thursday that a make-up artist sexually harassed her in a “terrifying” occurrence. “He was saying things inappropriately, insisting on putting my lipstick on with his finger,” Lively told…

Posted: Friday, October 13, 2017

Ivanka Trump went through a ‘punk phase’ and dyed her hair blue – Yahoo Finance

(Ivanka Trump sported blue locks in 2006, long after her ’90s “punk phase.”Charles Sykes/Invision) Ivanka Trump, the president’s eldest daughter who’s a top White House adviser, had a “punk phase” in the 1990s, she revealed in her mother’s new memoir, “Raising Trump.” “One day after school, I dyed my hair blue,” she wrote. “Mom wasn’t a fan of this decision. She took one look at me and immediately went out…

Posted: Friday, October 13, 2017

Why Black Women with Natural Hair Are Relaxing Their Edges – Essence.com

While many Black women across the globe are embracing their natural kinky and coily texture, there is one thing that they still want to be sleek and straight: their edges. Of course there are no shortage of edge control options (this one by Creme of Nature is a favorite), but many are finding that they need a little extra assistance. Recently, many hair YouTubers have taken to social media to showcase how they…

Posted: Friday, October 13, 2017

Blake Lively says she was filmed by ‘voyeuristic’ make-up artist, harassed – Fox News

Blake Lively said she was filmed by a make-up artist while she was sleeping.  (Reuters) Blake Lively is the latest star to open up about her experience with sexual harassment in Hollywood. Lively, 30, told the Los Angeles Times Thursday that a make-up artist sexually harassed her in a “terrifying” occurrence. “He was saying things inappropriately, insisting on putting my lipstick on with his finger,” Lively told…

Posted: Friday, October 13, 2017