To go gray or not to go gray? Leaving your hair to naturally go gray is a very personal choice -- there are many factors you may consider as inputs into your ultimate decision.
The anomaly of red hair color -- we go for reds because of their richness and vibrancy, and yet, they are the colors to fade and dull the fastest.
Do you color your hair or are you thinking about coloring your hair? Do you know if the elements reviewed during your consultation with your hair colorist are either setting you up for OR avoiding a potential hair color horror story?
What are your reasons for wanting to cover up grey hair with blonde? Putting blonde in your hair may actually work against your reasons. Before you make another color appointment at your hair salon, I encourage you to find out if blonde is right for YOU.
Transitioning from summer hair to fall is fun and stress-free when you're prepared. Think about your routine before you settle on a new fall look, find great pictures that exemplify the look, make time for the transition, and take care of your hair so it remains healthy every step of the way.
In preparation for one of our high school reunion many years after graduation, the chairperson of our reunion suggested that each of us write about the best time of our lives. I gave this careful thought and simply wrote: "The present is the best time of my life."
My husband likes to say he's slept with a blonde, brunette AND redhead, and they are all me.
'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.