'I could never let my hair go gray,' a friend said to me. 'I mean, yours looks OK, but my mother would just die if I let my hair go like that.'
Silver hair, on the right woman, can be about joyful illumination, an understanding of what she wants and the ability to get it. She knows how to live life really well in every way.
The Max Factor Building holds much more than the history of beauty that unfolded underneath its roof.
For more than two decades, I used a color line in my salon that I really liked so much. I wasn't just comfortable with the products, I was confident i...
In my 50s, after many satisfying years as a brunette I have unwittingly discovered that I'm a blonde -- a dark blonde, that is -- but nevertheless a blonde.
Not counting a brief incident about 20 years ago with a bottle of at-home color that turned my hair pink, I lived the first 35 years of my life with what I know now is called "virgin hair."
Now more than ever, teens have the desire to experiment with bold hair color as a means to shape their image, and it's leaving their parents with questions. How young is too young for color or highlights?
I believe Hair Matters. A lot. No matter what our ethnicity, who we are, what we do, it defines us.
If I could go back in a time machine, this is the beauty advice I'd give to my clueless teen self. Until that technology is perfected, all I can do is share my hard-won wisdom with the teens of today. It's meant with love.
I pride myself on having a fierce and fabulous group of girlfriends. Their ambition is infectious, spirits are outstanding and individual styles a sou...
With unlimited possibilities coupled with great imagination in the color trending world, you can achieve your own personalized look. I say, "Seize the season!"
Don't get me wrong, I value youth, but after many years on this earth (and lots of late nights), I absolutely adore the wisdom and experience gained from getting older.
This color turns heads even in a city that's used to the unconventional.
Ashlee Simpson planted the idea in my head: to set myself apart, I could simply dye my hair dark.
Sure it's fun when I'm mistaken for being 15 years younger, as happened last summer at a thriller writers conference I attended, but how important is that, really? Isn't what kind of person I am and what I've accomplished what matters most?
I have an undercut that I can sweep to the side, pull back or tease into a pompadour. It attracts a lot of attention, both positive and, on occasion, ...