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Almost a year ago, I went from dying my naturally dark blonde hair a deep brown color that was almost black to bleaching it to a light, highlighted blonde. Since I had been brunette for close to 10 years, this was a huge change for me. I was fully aware that bleaching my hair would damage it, making it dry, frizzy, and maybe even look a little dead. My hair is really important to me, so the thought of “hurting” it was really hard for me. That was why, from the moment I started bleaching it, I began to become obsessive about taking care of it. More
“Don’t worry, Dianna Agron‘s hair is waaaaaay better than that joke. More
I’m pretty sure that Jessica Simpson has peroxide running through her veins at this point. More
So go ahead and slather yourself in apple cider vinegar, avocado, olive oil, mashed bananas, or anything else in your kitchen. But please, please, please do not rub this on your face. More
At various points in our lives, we all have to reckon with who we are and what we really want. For some of us, this lesson comes in the form of a dream job that we wind up hating. For others, it’s a relationship that looks good on paper but doesn’t have a spark.
For me, it was in the form of a bottle of bleach that once made its acquaintance with the hair on my head. More
Amongst other, less flattering things, the Kardashians are known for their long, flowing black locks. More
Many a Hollywood celebrity is known to go blond, blond and blonder, until they reach platinum and even white. For example — Julianne Hough’s head (pictured above, along with the rest of her body, during filming for “Rock of Ages”) was once home to a warm collection of highlights; now, it appears to be bleached to within inches of its life. More
I just learned this word, hirsute, about 6 months ago – my husband thought I was nuts. And I thought it was a little nuts too, being that I am a little bit on the hirsute side myself and have … More