The season's most popular food and drink trend is now a hair color.
This unicorn-worthy hair trend is making all your '90s dreams come true.
Going blonde now takes only seconds with this brand new beauty tool.
We've all heard blondes are dumb, brunettes are smart and dependable, and curly-haired women are unhinged, but of all the hair stereotypes out there, no one suffers more injustice than redheads do. Throughout history, they've been subjected to discrimination and fearful prejudice, being viewed as untrustworthy, mischievous, temperamental, and lustful. In ancient Egypt, red hair was seen as so unlucky, red-haired girls were burned alive. According to Greek myths, redheads turn into vampires when they die. It's even said that redheads get stung by bees more often. Ouch!
As temperatures begin to cool, hair colors typically start warming up. If you're looking to ditch your brighter, bolder summer locks in favor of next season's tresses, check out our favorite celebrity hair picks for fabulous fall color.
Statement-making trends like succulent hair and nails are about to be huge.
Deciding on a new hair color can be daunting--there are so many to choose from--but the answer may be right in front of you. James Corbett, Clairol color director, says skin tones can be broken down into three basic categories (cool, warm and neutral). To determine yours, look at the inner part of your wrist and note the color of your veins. Got it? Now, check out our picks for the best hair colors for your skin tone.
Musicians, movie stars and models are dying their 'dos in droves these days, but what does it really take to carry off candy-colored locks? If you've always wanted to rock pink, green, or lavender tresses, we've got the info you need before you dip into the dye.
Whether you get your hair carefully and professionally tinted by a master colorist, or you just grab a shade off the drugstore shelf and DIY, hair color never seems to stay as perfect, vibrant, or true as it is when it's freshly done. Within a few weeks, roots and gray hairs begin to break through; brunettes get brassy, reds fade away, and blond hair gets straw-like and dingy. It's no surprise that the way we take care of our hair has a lot to do with how long and how well the color lasts. But don't worry, there are easy methods for preserving that dye job until your next appointment with the beautician (or the box).
Here are a few simple steps to keep the vibrancy of your newly dyed red hair.
At-home hair coloring is a quick way to change up your look, but it can be a daunting undertaking. We talked to James Corbett, Clairol color director, to get his advice for tips and tricks for achieving the perfect at-home color.
Want to participate in the pastel or dip-dyed trend but can't sport colored locks in the office? Get colored hair without the commitment with hair chalk. The color washes out with shampoo, so rock it one night and go back to your natural color before the next morning's meetings.
From rainbow hair channeling Lisa Frank to throwback Great Gatsby-esque bobs, celebs and fashion-forward everyday women were rocking some seriously awesome hair trends this year. Let's take a look back at the best looks of 2016, and then we can see which make the transition into 2017. (Fingers crossed for color that glows in the dark.)
You spend practically every day in your favorite pair of blue jeans, so why not let your head in on some denim-colored tresses?
Platinum blonde hair is back in full, and some of your favorite celebs are getting in on the action.
Forget rainbow hair, color-changing hair is exactly what you need this spring.
Move over strawberry blondes, because blorange hair is about to become the hair dye trend we're claiming is completely natural.
New year, new hair. The silvery blue hair trend is taking over Instagram by storm, and we couldn't imagine anything cooler for the dipping winter temps.
'Glow' for it, we dare you.