By Kristie Dash, Allure Photo: Delphine Achard/WWD The process of growing out bleached hair or getting r...
(Photo: Holger Scheibe/Corbis) By Catherine Baab-Muguira When I realized my hair was turning orange under the white dye goo, I finally hit s...
By Chelsea Burns Whether you're going blonde, brown, or anywhere in between, there are lots of rules in the world of dye jobs. But which ones s...
Are you thinking of growing out your grays? I recently started to question my own hair coloring routine that I have relied on to hide my grays and have come to the conclusion that it's time for me to start rocking my grays.
For about 30 years, I've been a redhead, a blonde and bit of a patchwork quilt. Here's my brave tale about trying to get back to my roots.
Just as the first cardinal rule of perm maintenance is avoiding water for 24 hours for the risk of deactivating the ammonium thioglycolate (as every Legally Blonde fan knows), the first cardinal rule of blonde hair maintenance is avoiding the pool for the risk of turning it green.
I am really loving the trendy and fun hair colors I am seeing all over the place these days. Have you been considering taking the plunge and coloring your tresses with a funky and fun color like pink, grey, purple, blue, orange or green?
We've got a couple months of summer weather left but we're already seeing some fall colors on the streets, including some of those beautiful, rich browns. So, even if we're still lovin' those summer highlights, we can wonder at all the possibilities for fall, the season when we typically see a lot of trend-setting changes in hairstyles.
Since crossing over into the dark side of puberty, one of the first moves I have consistently made each time I experienced a breakup or similar life-altering event was to change the appearance of my hair, oftentimes drastically.
If you don't know your optimal hair color palette, I recommend finding it out before coloring your hair for the first time or making your next hair color appointment.
Gray hair used to be unfashionable and unforgiving; these days it's sexy and a signature for many stars. In case you didn't get the memo, gray hair is hot. And sexy! Just check out the silver foxes on the red carpet.
We all know that a great hair color makes you look (and feel) like a better version of yourself, but how can you tell if that uber-white blond will be flattering before you hit the bleach?
Hair is our crowning glory, and maintaining the mane is ever-so important especially when it comes to color. When 56-year-old Donna Pohlad couldn't fi...
Every few years, I get a sign that maybe -- just maybe -- it's time to stop coloring my hair. As I wrote 3.5 years ago, I'm a die-hard dyer and have been coloring my hair now for more than 40 years.
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.