Makeup and beauty

Neat back-to-school hair – The Guardian

It’s a familiar sight on the autumn/winter 2017 catwalks: a shuffle of girls with neat “back to school” hair. At Rochas, the glossy ponytails tied with a careful ribbon spoke of nothing more than a Sunday night bath and an outfit hung on the wardrobe the night before, while at Altuzarra models pushed back their fringes with chunky embellished Alice bands, giving the appearance of a prefect confident in her…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Hair loss most common in summer, fall – Medical News Today

Researchers suggest that hair loss may be influenced by season. Hair loss is a common complaint, capable of causing significant psychological distress. A new study reveals how hair loss might vary by season, which the researchers say could help to assess treatment regimens for the condition. According to the American Hair Loss Association, around two thirds of men in the United States will experience some degree of hair loss by the…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Hibernation hair: how to keep yours frizz-free this season – The Times

Every autumn, without fail, beauty editors write about dry skin. The stories go a little like this: bone-chilling weather, drying central heating and brisk winds all strip your skin of moisture, leaving it tight and scaly. But in all honesty, no one but you will notice if your skin looks dry. The same, however, can’t be said for our hair. A study published by Yale University revealed that a bad…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Here’s how to wear this season’s Halloween hair and make-up trend… if you dare – The Sun

This season’s hair and make-up trends are only for the brave. Here’s how to wear them – if you dare! The Blue Shiner As seen at Vivienne Westwood Choose a cool blue like Mac Chromagraphic Pencil in Hi-Def Cyan, £14.50 Avoid purple-toned blues around the eyes, or it can look like you’ve gone a few rounds with Anthony Joshua. Instead choose a cool blue like Mac Chromagraphic Pencil in Hi-Def…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Celebrity Hair Stylist Jen Atkin’s Home Got Robbed — and She Got the Whole Thing on Camera – PEOPLE.com

Kardashian BFF and hair stylist Jen Atkin’s Los Angeles home got robbed on Friday, but luckily she got the whole thing on camera. “So whoever is in my closet right now stealing all my jewelry, we have you on camera and the police are on their way,” Atkin wrote alongside a surveillance video of the two robbers — whose features were obscured by hoodies — inside her bedroom closet. (She was busy working…

Posted: Sunday, October 29, 2017

Chelsea midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko makes good on hair promise – ESPN FC (blog)

Shortly after scoring his first Premier League goal for Chelsea, midfielder Tiemoue Bakayoko vowed there and then to celebrate by dyeing his hair blue. “As soon as I score a goal I will change the colour of my hair. Possibly to blue,” he said. “I like changing the colour of my hair from time to time.” 🔵 B L U E 🔵 #TB14 #comeonblues @tchaga_barber #oklm 📸: @whitelife_agency A post…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Millie Bobby Brown’s New Hair Is Even More Shocking Than … – W Magazine

Late last night—at 3:01 a.m. on the dot on the east coast—season two of Stranger Things finally premiered, and Millie Bobby Brown returned to the screens of all types as Eleven, having left behind both the Upside Down and, perhaps even more shockingly, her buzzcut, with season one. As jarring as it was to see on-screen, Eleven’s new hairstyle wasn’t a total surprise: Her mop of unruly curls made waves…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Japan teen ‘forced to dye hair black’ for school – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Many Japanese schools have strict rules on appearance An 18-year-old Japanese girl is suing her local government after her school made her repeatedly dye her naturally-brown hair black, media reports say. The girl says she was told she would have to leave the high school near Osaka if she did not comply with a rule requiring students’ hair to be black. It is being…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Millie Bobby Brown’s New Hair Is Even More Shocking Than … – W Magazine

Late last night—at 3:01 a.m. on the dot on the east coast—season two of Stranger Things finally premiered, and Millie Bobby Brown returned to the screens of all types as Eleven, having left behind both the Upside Down and, perhaps even more shockingly, her buzzcut, with season one. As jarring as it was to see on-screen, Eleven’s new hairstyle wasn’t a total surprise: Her mop of unruly curls made waves…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Japan teen ‘forced to dye hair black’ for school – BBC News – BBC.com – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Many Japanese schools have strict rules on appearance An 18-year-old Japanese girl is suing her local government after her school made her repeatedly dye her naturally-brown hair black, media reports say. The girl says she was told she would have to leave the high school near Osaka if she did not comply with a rule requiring students’ hair to be black. It is being…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

"Stranger Things" Finally Revealed the Surprising Secret Behind … – Allure Magazine

Quick — what comes to mind when you hear the words Stranger Things? Demagorgons? Unblended pastel eyeshadow you’d rather never relive ever again? Binge-watching in bed all weekend with an empty box of cracked pepper Triscuits by your side? (Is that last one just me? OK, just checking!) Given that the show is set in the heyday of the ‘80s, you’d be forgiven for not immediately thinking “hair inspiration.” After…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Millie Bobby Brown just debuted long hair, and she looks nothing like Eleven anymore – HelloGiggles

It’s amazing how a hairstyle can really transform you. Millie Bobby Brown debuted long hair at the season two premiere of Stranger Things in Los Angeles last night and proved that she can pull off pretty much any look.

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Japan teen ‘forced to dye hair black’ for school – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Many Japanese schools have strict rules on appearance An 18-year-old Japanese girl is suing her local government after her school made her repeatedly dye her naturally-brown hair black, media reports say. The girl says she was told she would have to leave the high school near Osaka if she did not comply with a rule requiring students’ hair to be black. It is being…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Millie Bobby Brown’s New Hairstyle Is Even More Shocking Than Eleven’s Curls – W Magazine

Late last night—at 3:01 a.m. on the dot on the east coast—season two of Stranger Things finally premiered, and Millie Bobby Brown returned to the screens of all types as Eleven, having left behind both the Upside Down and, perhaps even more shockingly, her buzzcut, with season one. As jarring as it was to see on-screen, Eleven’s new hairstyle wasn’t a total surprise: Her mop of unruly curls made waves…

Posted: Saturday, October 28, 2017

Japan teen ‘forced to dye hair black’ for school – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Many Japanese schools have strict rules on appearance An 18-year-old Japanese girl is suing her local government after her school made her repeatedly dye her naturally-brown hair black, media reports say. The girl says she was told she would have to leave the high school near Osaka if she did not comply with a rule requiring students’ hair to be black. It is being…

Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017

Millie Bobby Brown’s New Hairstyle Is Even More Shocking Than Eleven’s Curls – W Magazine

Late last night—at 3:01 a.m. on the dot on the east coast—season two of Stranger Things finally premiered, and Millie Bobby Brown returned to the screens of all types as Eleven, having left behind both the Upside Down and, perhaps even more shockingly, her buzzcut, with season one. As jarring as it was to see on-screen, Eleven’s new hairstyle wasn’t a total surprise: Her mop of unruly curls made waves…

Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017

Why, Alexander Skarsgård, why? What happened to his hair? – Los Angeles Times

It’s hair today, bald tomorrow for Alexander Skarsgård. The Swedish tall drink of water debuted a shocking new haircut on the red carpet for Louis Vuitton’s “Volez, Voguez, Voyagez” exhibit in New York on Thursday night. The “Big Little Lies” and “True Blood” alum shaved the top of his head, leaving a nearly bare scalp and neatly trimmed sides as the remaining evidence of his once-glorious golden locks. According to Yahoo and TMZ, the…

Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017

Women, children dealing with hair loss also face negative social stigma – El Paso Times

x Embed x Share CLOSE A new study suggests bald men may be perceived as more masculine than their hairy counterparts. However, it’s not all good news. Buzz60’s Sam Berman will tell you why. Buzz60 Dr. Dale Reynolds(Photo: Courtesy photo) Hair loss is an extremely common problem that affects men, women and children. By the age of 35 years old 67 percent of men have appreciable hair loss, and by 50 years…

Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017

These Pro-Approved Spray-On Hair Colors Won’t Mess Up Your ‘Do This Halloween – Refinery29

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Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017

Japan teen ‘forced to dye hair black’ for school – BBC News

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Many Japanese schools have strict rules on appearance An 18-year-old Japanese girl is suing her local government after her school made her repeatedly dye her naturally-brown hair black, media reports say. The girl says she was told she would have to leave the high school near Osaka if she did not comply with a rule requiring students’ hair to be black. It is being…

Posted: Friday, October 27, 2017