Hair trends are ever changing, and with the new growth of Spring comes the newest look to try. Waves have always been an “in” look, but to celebrate the season, why not add a little more “bounce” to your hair?
Although Sinead O’Connor made quite the statement by shaving her head and donning a bald look in the 80’s and 90’s, some celebrities today have brought back the look and have made it sexy. But which smooth-headed celeb rocks the chrome dome the best? We ask you to decide, who is the best looking bald celebrity?
There’s nothing like a new hairstyle to perk you up when winter weather has you feeling a bit dreary. Try these 3 quick and easy styles that are showing up on New York fashion runways and red carpets around the globe.
Great hair doesn’t have to take hours of styling. Get the high bun look in one minute. This hairstyle works for both short and long hair. It’s a hybrid style that works for the most elegant occasion as well as a quick dash to the grocery store. The high bun showcases the eyes and cheekbones, and provides a natural lift of the facial features.
Carol Brady: known as the lovely lady that was bringing up three girls and married the father who was busy with three boys of his own. Throughout the show, Carol was such a great mom to all six Brady kids. Unfortunately, she was stuck with the worst haircut.
When the weather gets colder and the short days seem more drab and bleak, it’s easy to just fade away into the snow and flurries. But with a bright and fresh new hair color, you’ll stand out against the boringness of winter! Here are a few hair color options to help bring out your inner blizzard beauty!
In 2003, a fad known by the name of “Movember” was created by the Movember Foundation in Australia. The goal of Movember is for men (and some women) to grow a huge mustache in honor of men’s reproductive health.
Growing out your hair is no longer just something people did in their 20s and 30s. Nowadays, older folks everywhere are growing out their luscious locks. Even celebrities who are over 40 are letting their wild manes grow free! And they’re proud of it!
For most New Yorkers, having a bad hair day is a travesty. No one wants to be seen walking on the NY streets looking shabby or scruffy. Unfortunately, some celebrities just don’t care! Here are the top five New York celebrities who are cursed with permanent bad hair days.
Teen pop sensation Justin Bieber has many dapper hairstyles. You can see how his styles changed as he grew older and more popular in the music world. His signature look is, of course, the Shag.
There are many men in Hollywood who can make a bald head work. From Michael Jordan to Bruce Willis, bald can be sexy on the right guy. But for the celebrity A-listers on our list, their balding scalps could use a little help.
We’ve all heard the saying “blondes have more fun” but where did that concept come from, and is there actually any merit to it? Stereotypes are certainly nothing new, and hair has its fair share of them. In fact, it would seem that for every hair color, there is a stereotype to go with it. These stereotypes have been around for longer than anyone can remember, but their origins are not completely lost. Here’s an in-depth look at how some of the popular hair personality myths came to be.
Many women experience female pattern baldness. Female pattern baldness and thinning involves a typical pattern of hair loss and can be caused by hormonal changes, aging, and genetic factors. Women place a high value of importance on the societal pressures of looking beautiful and maintaining a well-kept appearance. The loss of hair for a woman can be devastating and lead to depression and a decrease in normal social activities a woman once enjoyed.
You’ve been lusting over your best friend’s gorgeous long hair for years. How can she manage to grow it that long when you can barely get your hair to reach your shoulders? Have you ever wondered why some people have thicker hair than others? Or why some people go gray in their 20’s? Check out these fascinating facts about hair!
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The average person loses between 50 and 100 hairs a day. Some hair loss is a normal facet of the hair growth process, but many people will suffer from an excessive loss of hair at one point in their lives, maybe more. Many causes of hair loss can be categorized into three basic areas: hormonal, illness, and mechanical. Here are some of the common causes of hair thinning, loss, and balding.
Hair has played an evolving role in history and every part of the world had their preferences. In the ancient Middle East the loss of a person’s hair was a shameful symbolization and was believed to act as a public announcement signifying to the world that a man had lost his virility. The ancient Egyptians loved decadent fashions and were obsessed with elaborate and ornate wigs and headdresses. Many affluent ancient Egyptians shaved their heads and donned expensive and detailed wigs to shield them from the harsh sun. Archaeological evidence has been uncovered to show that the ancient Egyptians, Romans and Greeks spent time and money on potions and salves they believed would help them regrow hair.