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How to Get Milo Ventimiglia’s Hair (and Mustache) From ‘This Is Us’

This Is Us is a tearjerker, almost entirely because Milo Ventimiglia’s hair just looks that damn good. (A roster of great actors helps, too.) We put Ventimiglia front and center on our November cover, a bit cleaned up by comparison to his small-screen persona—but no less rakish.

 

 

Wondering how you can replicate his long locks for yourself? We got some pointers from Justin Virgil Gramelspacher, master barber at Blind Barber in New York City. (You can find him at the East Village and Moxy Times Square locations.) Here’s what Gramelspacher taught us about Ventimiglia’s hair, and, as an added bonus, about his equally renowned mustache, too.

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The Kind of Hair You Need

You need to have moderately curly, wavy, or straight hair if you want to replicate this style (though the result will vary from one guy to the next), Gramelspacher says.

“It’ll need to be cut and styled based on your individual texture and density,” he says.


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If you’re receding at all, don’t shy away from the look, either: He says that Ventimiglia’s cut works well on both a full or receded hairline.

What Kind of Regimen Does it Require?

You need to get yourself in a barber’s chair every 6-8 weeks in order to properly texturize the hair and reduce any bulk, Gramelspacher says. That seems counterproductive, but if you don’t clean it up as it grows, then you’ll suffer through a year of growth (and awkward hairstyles) until you reach the promised land.

He advises shampooing three times a week—no more, no less—before bed if it gets too dried out after a wash. (“This allows some of your natural oils to return overnight and your hair will be easier to tame in the morning.“)

Always follow a shampoo with conditioner to restore nutrients and softness to your hair after a drying wash. We’re fans of Blind Barber’s shampoo and conditioner.


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How to Do You Style It?

“Long hair has to move but you still want it to hold a shape,” Gramelspacher says.

That means you want to avoid sticky or greasy hair products with high hold.

“For a low-commitment approach, comb sea salt spray (Verb Products Sea Spray) or clean-hold gel (Kiehl’s Grooming Solutions Clean Hold Styling Gel) through towel dried hair to set the shape, and let it air dry. Once the hair has dried, run your hands through it repeatedly to break up the stiff bonds that form. Don’t worry, the product will still be there, doing its job invisibly. Follow up with styling cream (V76 Grooming Cream Ultralight Hold) to give weight, nourishment, and separation to the hair.”

If you have thin or thinning hair, you should consider using a blow dryer (after the gel or salt spray, but before the styling cream). Gramelspacher says this is an effective way to increase density and volume.

And if you have curly hair: “Work a generous amount of anti-frizz cream (Living Proof NourishingStyling Cream) through towel-dried hair, and blow dry to activate and relax the curl for a wavier look.”

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How to Transition This Cleaned-up Look Into a Grittier Style (like Ventimiglia’s character on This Is Us)

This style is kind of the longest it can be before things look a little too gritty. That being said, you can still grow it longer, but it’s advised that you continue seeing your stylist every 2 months to texturize the hair and clean up the ends—even if you want to look a little less refined. (Again, the goal isn’t to feel awkward during growth.)


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How to Replicate Milo’s Mustache

Mustache maintenance is pretty DIY.

“Use an electric trimmer with a number 1 or 2 guard and rake downward, with the grain, along the mustache,” Gramelspacher says. “Repeat until the bulk is even and smooth to the face. Remove the guard and use the bare blade to trim any stray hairs that extend from the bulk along the lip line.”

In this case, less is more.


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The Solution to Thinning Hair Has Arrived, Presented by NIOXIN

A Thinning Epidemic: Around half of all men describe their hair as “thin,” and studies show men tend to feel less hopeful than women about fixing the problem. Well, gents, you’re wrong about this one—thinning hair is absolutely treatable.

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We know what you’re thinking. Resistance is futile! My thinning hair is genetic. Or, my stress is causing it—it can’t be helped. Wrong again, on both counts.

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Thinning Hair Can Hurt You

If you think thinning hair isn’t affecting your social life, you’re probably mistaken. Ninety-five percent of Americans notice thinning hair when meeting someone new, and 86% say it impacts their first impressions.

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Stress Causes Hair Loss, Which Leads to More Stress

Almost 75% of Americans believe thinning hair takes an emotional toll. The effect is so stark that three in five say they’d do something drastic if it meant having thick hair. Fortunately, drastic measures aren’t necessary.

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The Cavalry Has Arrived

NIOXIN has made massive strides over the past three decades in the area of hair thinning to become the number-one-selling salon brand for thicker, fuller-looking hair. They offer a complete solution that works from the inside out, with Recharging Complex hair health supplements and 3-Part System Kits. NIOXIN 3-Part System Kits include a cleanser shampoo, scalp therapy conditioner and hair and scalp treatment. The System Kits deliver thicker, 2x fuller hair with zero compromise on color.

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A Revolution in Hair Tech

NIOXIN recently reinvented the meaning of haircare with the release of its new Recharging Complex, a multi-nutrient supplement to help support healthy-growing hair from the inside out with 16 essential nutrients, including a powerful blend of biotin, zinc and iron to help maintain normal hair and promote hair growth. This one-a-day supplement is 100% free from gluten and GMOs.

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“These Beans Are Going Straight to My Hair”

Healthy hair starts in the kitchen. A diet rich in beans, lentils, eggs, seeds (pumpkins seeds, sesame seeds, hemp seeds) and avocado will help give you the shine, body and thickness you need. 

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Integrate, Mate

If you truly want thicker, fuller hair, you need to start thinking in terms of an integrated, holistic plan—and that means caring for your mind, body and hair to produce the best results. Combining the use of a NIOXIN System Kit with a healthy lifestyle, including a well-balanced diet, exercise, mindfulness and a nutritional supplement like NIOXIN’s Recharging Complex, is the most effective way to achieve healthy hair.

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Welcome Back to the Land of Healthy Hair

Two-thirds of Americans think people with thick hair are viewed as more attractive, while over half think people with thick hair have more confidence. NIOXIN will put you on a path toward renewed confidence with thicker, fuller hair. Learn more at Nioxin.com.

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Prince Harry Adorably Fixes Meghan Markle’s Windblown Hair

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Big Balding Breakthrough: This New Wearable Regrows Hair on Mice

Some guys embrace baldness like a badge of honor. In fact, for guys like The Rock, Jason Statham, and Vin Diesel, their hairless heads are a hallmark of their personas. But for some guys, balding is just plain dreadful.

 

 

Well, new research, published in ACS Nano, may provide some comfort. Researchers believe they can regrow hair with a photostimulator.

In the study, done on mice, scientists created a wearable device made of 900 red micro-light-emitting diodes. They shaved the mice’s backs, then placed the patch—about the size of a small postage stamp—on their skin. The device is roughly 1,000 times less powerful per unit area than a traditional phototherapeutic laser, so it didn’t heat up enough to hurt or burn skin.


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Ultimately mice that wore the patch for 15 minutes a day for 20 days had significantly faster hair growth, long hairs, and a wider regrowth area than mice who were receiving minoxidil injections or nothing at all.


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Time will tell if this can be a viable option for humans. But the results are certainly promising.

 

 

 

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5 Ways to Get Thicker, Fuller Hair

First things first: It’s nearly impossible to thicken your hair at the root itself unless you medically intervene with supplements or injections. But that’s not what this article is about .It’s about how to make your hair look and feel fuller—to maximize the follicles you’re already working with, and to be all the more confident when you head out into the world with each passing year.

 

 

Because the truth is every single one of us will lose hair to some extent—some quicker and to a greater degree than others—but if you act quickly and get a little crafty no one will be the wiser.

It mostly comes down to using the right hair products, and some minor dietary fixes, says Los Angeles-based celebrity groomer, KC Fee.

These are her tips for getting a fuller head of hair.


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1. Switch to a Milder Shampoo

Hopefully you already know that too much shampoo is bad for your hair. It strips all the good oils along with the bad, drying it out and making it hard to style. However, sometimes that’s the tradeoff if you actually want your hair to look fuller: When it’s parched, it stands up more and looks thicker. So, since you might be shampooing more frequently in order to get this effect, Fee suggests switching to one that’s engineered to be less harsh on your strands. It’ll still lift the hair since it removes the oil at the root, but it’ll dry the actual hair out less in the process, by preserving its natural oils.

She prefers Christophe Robin Men’s Cleansing Thickening Paste for her clients.

“It gives hair volume and a thicker feel,” Fee says.

2. Use Light, Dry Products

“When it comes to thinning hair, you don’t want to use heavy, greasy products that’ll weigh the hair down,” says Fee. “It will cause separation that only accentuates the hair loss.”

She’s referring to things like standard shiny pomade. Instead you want something with a matte finish that lifts the hair. She uses Kevin Murphy Rough Rider Clay Pomade (note that it’s not a “traditional greasy pomade—sometimes the word ‘pomade’ is used interchangeably with ‘hair product’), or a texturizing spray like Oribe’s, which kind of works like a dry shampoo to soak excess oils and add some lift.

“Both are light and dry products that give volume and texture,” says Fee. “A good rule of thumb is to start with a little product and build as needed.”


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3. Use a Round Brush (and a Hair Dryer)

You probably know that a brush isn’t the best styling device for short hair. It’s used to evenly distribute natural oils to the ends of longer hairs. So, while you keep a comb nearby for your styling needs, there is one brush you should have on-hand: a small, rounded one, like the 3/4″ brush from Spornette. If you use a cream styler, like Baxter of California’s Hard Cream Pomade, apply a small amount to clean, towel-dried hair, then use the brush with a hair dryer (a cheap, simple Conair hair dryer will do) to lift the hair and dry the product at the root, Fee says.

“It gives the hair volume and a thicker look,” she adds.

4. Follow These Dieting Principles

“Diet and supplements can be very helpful in strengthening hair and prolonging the inevitable, as hair loss comes down to genetics,” Fee says.

You can take a proactive approach to hair loss, aside from pills and procedures, by focusing on your diet.

“It can be as easy as eating a clean diet—no sugar or processed foods—and one high in antioxidants,” she says. “Or you can take supplements that include biotin, zinc, vitamin C, iron, and niacin—such as Viviscal daily hair growth supplements.”


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5. Opt for Hair fibers—Hollywood’s Big Grooming Secret

We asked Fee for the “Hollywood secret” to making hair look thicker—something beyond these everyday salon tips.

Her answer was a bit of a shock: It’s hair fibers—like those sprinkle-on powders guys use to cover their bald spots.

“You’d be surprised to know how many men being photographed or in films and on TV use this trick,” she says. “There’s absolutely no shame in it. And it works! I use Toppik Hair Fiber. It comes in every shade in a shake bottle. You can either shake it in to cover bigger areas, such as the top or back of the head, or it has a pump nozzle you can buy separately to use for a more precise application along the hairline.”

If you aren’t balding but simply want to make your hair look thicker and fuller, this could be the solution. Just don’t touch the hair much once it’s applied, and shampoo thoroughly before resting it on any pillows.

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Emilia Clarke Says Her ‘Game Of Thrones’ Dye Job ‘Killed’ Her Hair

Emilia Clarke wants to return to her roots! Nearly a year after the “Game of Thrones” actress dyed her hair platinum blonde to match her onscreen counterpart, Daenerys Targaryen, she admitted to Harper’s Bazaar that maintaining the lightened look was “killing” her locks.


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Liquid Gold: 9 Oils That’ll Transform Your Skin, Hair, and Beard

Most guys’ grooming regimen revolves around lotions, creams, and pastes. These heavier products help tame hair, nourish skin, and leave you looking and feeling more youthful. However, there’s a lighter product with more potent benefits—one you’ve definitely been overlooking: oils.

 

 

Yes, oil. It’s often an ingredient in these lotions and creams, but on its own, oil soaks into your skin more quickly and seamlessly to deliver nutrients, strengthen cells, preserve moisture, and restore brightness (to your hair’s luster or your skin’s overall complexion). And it often does this without leaving behind an oily residue, as you might otherwise suspect.

From beard softeners to odor neutralizers, we rounded up nine different types of grooming oils for your body, featuring our favorite product in each field. One thing you’ll notice is that many of these oils can be used for multiple benefits—if something is nourishing for your face, it’s likely also good for your hair. That’s not always the case, though, so consult with the packaging (i.e. don’t gargle anything but a designated mouth rinse.)


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Hair Oil

Soybean, meadowfoam, and sunflower oils give Aveda’s Men Pure-Formance Composition Oil its nourishing powers. Use it to calm scalp irritation or dryness, or drop it in your hair styler for an added touch of shine. It’s also effective for taming flyaways on longer styles, and doubles as a leave-in hair conditioner since these oils both hydrate and fortify.

[$ 30; aveda.com]

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Beard Oil

Prevent dry whiskers, beard dandruff, flyaways, and itching with Hercules Beard Co.’s Mustache and Beard Oil. The ultra-hydrating potion softens your hair with kukui nut, apricot kernel, avocado, and pomegranate oils, plus vitamin E.

[$ 20; herculesbeardco.com]

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Bath Oil

Drop a capful of Susanne Kaufmann’s Bath Oil for the Senses into a warm bath, and it’ll soothe your muscles while conditioning your skin. I like it best in the winter, when my poor feet have been contained in their boots all day. It’s a DIY spa treatment, thanks to ylang ylang, lavender, and patchouli oils. 

[$ 76; bloomingdales.com]

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Shave Oil

I love when Lab Series’ 3-in-1 Grooming Oil settles and showcases its three main ingredients in a tricolor display: sea buckthorn oil, jojoba oil, and sweet almond oil. Together, they serve three purposes—a pre-shave skin prep, a transparent blade-shielding shave agent, and a whisker-softening beard oil.

[$ 35; labseries.com]

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Fragrance Oil

Thé Noir 29 from Le Labo combines bergamot, fig, and bay leaves with cedarwood, musk, and vetiver for a scent that vacillates between vigorous and vibrant. Even though it’s an oil, the fragrance works exactly like any other fragrance: Apply it to your pulse points or into your hair and beard for maximum wear. Only this is one you drop on, instead of spraying, and it’s much more concentrated than the spritzing varieties.  

[$ 147; lelabofragrances.com

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Face Oil

Golden Door’s Golden Face Oil is somewhere between serum and moisturizer. It softens and fortifies the skin while minimizing signs of aging—such as fine lines, wrinkles, and dark spots. It combines rose hip oil, sea buckthorn oil, and a blend of 10 essential oils that can brighten your complexion, stimulate collagen production, and shield your skin against harmful toxins.

[$ 60; goldendoor.com

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Body Oil

Jao’s full-body hydrator, Goe Oil, is a little more solid than other oils—it’s like a jelly that melts like butter into the skin. “Lighter than a typical body butter, longer lasting than a moisturizer”, the brand touts. The main ingredient is jojoba oil, though, in all, it combines 28 plant, fruit, and flower oils and butters. I love applying it after a hot shower or bath, right before I crawl into bed.

[$ 49; jaobrand.com]

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Groin Oil

“Groin oil” sounds weird, but that’s effectively what Fur’s eponymous Fur Oil is: an anti-septic, anti-microbial, and anti-inflammatory oil that can be used just about everywhere on the body. Specifically, though, it’s formulated to neutralize odors, soften hairs, and nourish the skin beneath any patch of fuzz—namely your pubes. But it’s also good for the underarms, too.

[$ 44; furyou.com]

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Oral Oil

Boka blends organic oils from coconut, spearmint, and peppermint with something called nano-hydroxyapatite (which helps strengthen teeth and bones) in their Cocorinse oral oil. Together they help whiten your smile, freshen your breath, and minimize sensitivity. Swish a packet each day after you brush; it’s like taking a daily vitamin for your mouth.

[$ 37 for a one-month supply; boka.com]

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The greatest facial hair in history

The history of man is marked by many great achievements—fire, the wheel, Netflix.

During the course of all of this, though, there have also been many evolutions, advancements, and watershed moments in an area that all (well, most) men can share a common bond: facial hair. Yes, over time, beards, mustaches, and sideburns have gone in and out of style, grown to new extremes, and taken on larger-than-life personas that have even overshadowed the men whose faces they have adorned.

And in this current era where business meets the beard (groom at your own discretion, fellas), it’s only fitting that we run through three centuries of some of the finest, most iconic facial fur we can remember. So here is the definitive list, with the exception of many mugs that did not make the cut. (Get it? Facial hair? Hair cut? Okay, moving right along.)

1. Abraham Lincoln

What better way to start off than with our 16th president, recently immortalized by Oscar winner Daniel Day Lewis, who is no stranger to on-screen facial hair (see: Gangs of New York, There Will Be Blood)? But we digress. Before Honest Abe came around, the White House was pretty devoid of beard and stache. Then, while running for office, a beard-less Lincoln was encouraged by a letter from an 11-year-old girl to “grow some whiskers,” since she thought his face was too thin. The Republican nominee took the young girl’s advice, won the election, and the rest was history. The great United States got a president who eventually abolished slavery—and the original “chinstrap.”


2. Grizzly Adams

Contrary to what Shooter McGavin thinks, Grizzly Adams did have a beard. The original Mountain Man, John “Grizzly” Adams was best known as a tamer and trainer of grizzly bears, hence the nickname. There is some debate about his legacy (and even his real name), but one thing is not debatable—his feral, yet impressively groomed, man-beard. Fun fact: Dan Haggerty, who portrayed Grizzly Adams in both film and TV (seen in the photo here), gained some dubious fame in 1977 when his beard caught fire while allegedly drinking a flaming drink of sorts. Be careful, ye bar-going bearded hipsters.


3. Charlie Chaplin

The modern mustache took a simpler approach at the turn of the 20th century, when the “toothbrush” style was popularized in America. Unlike the Imperial, the Walrus, the Kaiser, and several other extravagant staches before it, the toothbrush cut corners with a low-maintenance look popularized by society’s elite. The style was most regarded on Charlie Chaplin, who dug the toothbrush for its comical appearance—and also because it didn’t hide his many facial expressions. Alas, a guy named Adolf came along and totally changed the perception of the inch-long stache, and the style is rarely seen these days. (Thanks a lot, Hitler.)


4. Salvador Dali

One of the most iconic artists of all time, Salvador Dali’s paintings epitomized the surrealist movement. And his quirky persona matched his obscure art, as Dali was known just as well for his melting clocks as he was for his eccentric personal life and bizarre style. The Spaniard’s look was defined by his waxed, twisted upward mustache, which Dali styled after another legendary Spanish artist, Diego Velazquez. When once asked about the mustache, Dali answered in a way that only he could. “Since I don’t smoke, I decided to grow a mustache—it’s better for my health.” Well, of course it is!


5. Yosemite Sam

When it comes to the world of animated facial hair, there are several characters throughout history that deserve mentioning. There’s the Dali-esque mustaches of your favorite video game plumbers, Mario and Luigi, the well-groomed crumbcatcher sported by Ned Flanders, and the au naturel, all-white beard that hangs from Papa Smurf. No cartoon in history, however, can compete with the fire-red face fur donned by Yosemite Sam. It’s hard to say where the mustache ends and the beard begins—it literally looks like his hair is eating his face—but if you’ve ever been to Six Flags and haven’t simultaneously tugged on the Yosemite Sam mascot’s whiskers? Well, my friend, you haven’t lived.


6. Elvis Presley

Quick fact: Sideburns were named after Union Civil War General Ambrose Everett Burnside and his glorious muttonchops. But it wasn’t until the “greaser” era of the 50s when a trimmed down ‘burn defined the young, rebellious and cool look of icons like James Dean, and most notably Elvis Presley. The King was ridiculed as a child for his long hair and matching chops, but that didn’t deter the follicle legend from ditching the ducktail. As Elvis’ fame (and waistband) grew, so did his facial hair. Since his death, legions of Las Vegas impersonators have paid homage to the Elvis burns—both old and new, real and fake.


7. Walt Frazier

The ‘70s may be the premier facial fuzz decade of all time, probably thanks to all the residual hair left over from the hippies of the ‘60s. That said, the style and grooming tightened up a bit during the disco era, and Hall-of-Fame point guard Walt “Clyde” Frazier was ahead of the curve. While the rest of the NBA mostly conformed to clean-cut looks, Clyde ushered in a new era of funky self-expression, from his outrageous clothing style to his gigantic muttonchops. Groomed to perfection, with a matching stache, Clyde has still styled and profiled as a color commentator for the Knicks, in which he has regularly worn outfits like this.


8. Rollie Fingers

While Clyde Frazier ushered in a new look for the ‘70s that only slightly borrowed from the past, Hall-of-Famer Rollie Fingers revived an all-out classic—the handlebar mustache—as a pitcher for the Oakland As in 1972. When owner Charles O. Finley issued a challenge to his team to grow the best mustache, Fingers decided to pay homage to ballplayers of the 19th century, with the waxed-up, curled-at-the-ends style you see here. Obviously, Fingers won the bet, and decided to keep the stache for the rest of his career (life?), in what has become perhaps the most iconic piece of facial hair in sports history.


9. ZZ Top

Hair of the ‘80s can best be described with one word: big. And for Billy Gibbons and Dusty Hill, frontmen of the rock band ZZ Top, their beards were no exception. (In one of the greatest examples of irony ever, the name of the band’s mostly clean-shaven drummer is… Frank Beard.) Granted, ZZ Top was making hit music since the early ‘70s, but it wasn’t until the music videos for “Legs” and “Sharp Dressed Man” that the band reached true commercial success. And what coincided with those videos? Why, the debut of Gibbons and Hill’s new chest-long beards, which they grew without each other’s knowledge during a prior hiatus.


10. Tom Selleck

The true test of iconic facial hair is trying to imagine the guy without the stache, beard, or burns that made him famous. And for anyone who has seen Tom Selleck without his mustache, well, it’s kind of like staring into the sun. Simply put, it’s not advised, so you should avoid watching the movie In & Out and Season 6 of Friends. In his heyday as Magnum, P.I., Selleck sported probably the smoothest stache in history, with all due respect to Burt Reynolds and Keith Hernandez.


11. Hulk Hogan

In the world of professional wrestling, one signature hair choice can define your image and launch your career into stardom. For John Cena, it was the buzz cut. For the Rock, it was the sideburns. For Stone Cold, it was the goatee. Before those guys, though, there was one Terry Gene Bollea and his 24-inch pythons, better known as Hulk Hogan. Hogan’s mustache is your classic horseshoe design, grown to the corners of the mouth where it makes a b-line down the jaw. Hogan’s horseshoe was highlighted by bleach dye, and stood out over a 30-year wrestling career. When Hogan announced he was ditching the stache in 2012, the American Mustache Institute protested the decision, calling Hogan a “leading figure in the sexually dynamic mustached American community.” (Yeah, it gets even weirder the more times you read it.)


12. Hugh Jackman (as Wolverine)

Capturing a comic book character as magnetic as Wolverine on the big screen is no easy task, but it’s safe to say the Marvel Universe is pleased with the job Hugh Jackman has done over the past decade. In his seemingly endless films, Jackman has become peerless as the clawed mutant superhero, known for his rugged demeanor and, of course, some pretty badass ‘burns. The wild style was unique to the comic book before Jackman took on the role, but has since become a popular look for pro athletes (e.g., Rays hitter Luke Scott) and other macho guys who secretly want to have superhuman powers and/or adamantium claws.


13. Ron Swanson

While he is still a facial hair legend in the making, the early consensus is that Ron Swanson (played by Nick Offerman on the NBC comedy Parks and Recreation) will define a decade that’s been longing for its mustached savior. Amidst a sea of over-the-top hipster beards, Swanson sports a clean-cut stache that has been known to store steak particles for weeks. When combined with his stern facial expressions, the Swanson mustache is said to resemble some members of the feline family, as this blog devotedly chronicles. What’s more: His cranky character even has an on-the-record philosophy about facial hair, thanks to the “Ron Swanson Pyramid of Greatness” he revealed during Season 3. (“Facial Hair – Full, thick and square. Nothing sculpted. If you have to sculpt it, that probably means you can’t grow it.”)


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Safaree Clarifies His $12K Hairline Jig, Tyga Bigs Up His Hair Transplant Surgeon

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Today (August 14) was a day Safaree Samuels will not soon forget. The reality star got into a vicious Twitter argument with his ex, Nicki Minaj, and the collateral damage included Tyga and the exposure of their hair transplant surgery. 

Nicki mentioned she paid 10 racks (damn!) for Safaree to get his receding hairline back in order, and also mentioned Tyga got the same surgery.

While Tyga is notorious for not paying his bills, that man had nothing to do with this.

Safaree addressed the reveal in one of his later tweets.

He tweeted, “1st off Me and tyga didn’t go to the same dr. We did it the same day. Diff doctors . Listen I don’t know if this has to do with 1st week sales but you need to finish your zen. And don’t talk about vh1 checks cuz the way you’re acting it’s like your auditioning to be on LHH.”

A bit later, he also mentioned that the hairline was actually $ 12K.

Bruh…

As for Tyga, he took the time to big up his hair transplant surgeon. Bruh!!!

Could you tell Tyga’s hairline was the jig or nah?

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Halsey Shows Off Her Natural Hair In Stunning Selfie

Halsey has grown out her mane! The pop star wowed fans with a mirror selfie featuring her voluminous hair, which she revealed she’s been growing out underneath colorful wigs. Check out her look!


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Prevent hair loss

Pills and potions might be the doctor’s orders, but you can also fight hair loss with a proper grooming arsenal. Here are a few products that will strengthen what you’ve got, or prevent damage otherwise caused by your existing routine.

1. True Volume Thickening Shampoo by Jack Black

Get a shampoo that is engineered to strengthen hair: Jack Black’s thickening shampoo is enriched with vitamin B5 for volume, biotin for growth and repair, and green tea leaf for cellular stimulation.

[$ 28; amazon.com]


2. Naturaltech Energizing Superactive Serum by Davines

This serum helps block the enzymes that lead directly to hair loss. After shampooing, direct a few drops down your hair’s part (or someplace you can easily see and touch), then massage it into the scalp with your fingertips. Do this twice every few days to boot the enzymes as they gather.

[$ 51.50; amazon.com]

 


3. Leave-In Conditioner by Sachajuan

This conditioning cream is a daily multivitamin for scalp and hair, applied in the morning before any styler. Don’t rinse it out; it absorbs quickly, like lotion on the skin, and keeps your hair fortified as it battles everyday stressors.

[$ 31; revolve.com]


4. Invati Thickening Conditioner by Aveda

Some guys find that it’s easier to style their hair if they shampoo every 2-3 days. Either way, these guys—and you—should condition daily in the shower. It’ll rinse away the oils that make hair greasy, and replace them with nourishing ingredients. Pick one that promises to thicken your hair, like Aveda’s Invati conditioner; it uses ginseng, turmeric, soy protein, and amino acids to defend and protect whatever hair remains.

[$ 36, (was $ 38); jet.com]


5. Sea spray by VERB

The easiest way to prevent hair loss is to pick lightweight, nourishing stylers—ones that won’t clog hair follicles and strain thinning hair. This is why sea salt sprays (like VERB’s) are the perfect solution: They’re packed with nourishing ingredients for both hair and scalp, and they give you a lightweight, just-out-of-the-ocean texture.

[$ 16; sephora.com]

 


6. V76 by Vaughn

In the same vein, a hair tonic will add life back to the hair late in the day, once your styler starts to wear. This one from V76 uses juniper and tea tree oils to invigorate the scalp and hair follicles, all while preventing a double dose of any heavy-set stylers.

[$ 20, amazon.com]


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What Men Need to Know About Laser Hair Removal

The best way for super-hairy guys to groom their body hair? Sure, you could shave, trim, and wax. But have you ever considered laser hair removal?

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Grooming rules for men with thinning hair

For most men (and plenty of women), hair is a source of pride—but it’s a finite one. We must come to terms with the fact that, as we age, this pride source thins, recedes, falls out, and sometimes vanishes completely.

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Why Prince Harry’s Wedding Beard Is Great News for Guys With Facial Hair

Call it one of many tradition-breaking moves felt ’round the world. On Saturday, when Prince Harry married his fiancé Meghan Markle, their wedding’s music and sermon, including a gospel choir, reflected the bride’s background and made royal superfans of even the harshest cynics. And true to his reputation as the bad boy of Windsor, Harry showed up with his beard unshaven. Though it may seem small in comparison to everything else that happened on Saturday, it was a grooming choice will undoubtedly have worldwide repercussions.

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The 15 Best Hair Product Brands for Men

Using hair gel is one of the many ways guys can style their hair. Unlike other hair products for men like pomade and clay, however, hair gel works best when applied to damp hair—great for active guys living an on-the-go lifestyle who don’t have time to wait for their hair to dry—and will create a put-together look that will stay in place all day. But, not all gels are the same. Some brands leave you with white flakes, residue, and a crunchy style that often won’t hold its shape. That’s why we carefully combed through a slew of hair gels for men, and narrowed it down to 15 of the best ones.

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How to Reverse Sun Damage to Your Hair

When people talk about sun protection, they often focus on skincare, but almost totally ignore hair care. But it turns out that your hair suffers just as much in the sun—it just doesn’t have the same nerve endings to signal the alarm.

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Beyonce’s Hair Didn’t Get Stuck in SoulCycle Bike

Beyonce was not left shaking after her hair got stuck in a SoulCycle bike … because IT NEVER HAPPENED. Our sources say a story floating around that Bey’s weave got tangled up in a bike back in February at the L.A. studio — requiring staff to…

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The sexiest facial hair trends for 2017 are…

Here’s some good news for all the bearded dudes out there: According to a recent survey conducted by PlentyOfFish, the goatee, the mustache & beard combo, and the 5 o’clock shadow are undoubtedly trends for the near future.

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How to Find Your Hair Type and Manage It

Congratulations! You just got a great haircut. Everyone at the office told you so, and some of them even meant it. Now it’s your job to keep it looking good — which is where hairstyling comes in. We know, hairstyling sounds like a term reserved for the heads of old-school rockabillies or modern-day hipsters.

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Is Dyeing Your Hair When Your Pregnant Really That Bad?

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4 Dry Shampoos That Will Help You Have a Better Hair Day

Dry shampoo’s main function is soaking up oil and grease, making it a must when there’s no time for a proper shower. But it holds a styling secret, too. “Dry shampoo helps conceal dirty hair while giving the appearance of more volume,” says Jordan Blackmore, co-founder of S.Oil  and Three Squares Studio in New York City. Dry shampoo’s plumping effect makes the stuff perfect for guys with thinning or fine hair, Blackmore says. “If you use a blow-dryer first, you can achieve the appearance of even more thickness,” Blackmore adds. Use somewhat sparingly, however; experts say you should still lather up about four times a week for hair and scalp health.

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This Affordable New Grooming Brand Wants to Help You Combat Hair Loss

When you think of losing your hair, you may think of those commercials led by a guy who’s not only the president of the club, but also a client. Then there’s those over-the-top contraptions that cost more than a mortgage payment and sit atop your head “for only three minutes a day” (for the rest of your life). If those don’t come to mind, there’s a battery of drugstore treatments that are proven to work, but leave your hair feeling greasy and flat—the opposite of that you want when managing thinning hair.

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This New Study Reveals What Women Really Think About Facial Hair

Some not great news for straight guys who have really full beards: a new study has found that close to 40 percent of women prefer a man to be clean shaven.

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6 Grooming Products That Will Save Your Hair This Winter

There is no doubt as the weather cools down, the air gets dryer, and the wind whips around with brutal force, your skincare needs shift. You can have dry, flakey skin and itchy, ashy patches. So every winter you do something about it—you buy lotion, maybe you turn down the temperature of the water during your showers, and you dust off the humidifier to emit moisture while you sleep.

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Gigi Hadid’s ‘Armpit Hair’ Apparently Wasn’t Hair At All

Gigi Hadid wasn’t trying to show off her unshaven pits during her LOVE Magazine photo shoot — ’cause the fuzz folks saw was nothin’ but loose fibers … TMZ has learned. Sources close to Gigi tell us her “armpit hair” — which was prominently…

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Nick Nolte Lets His Hair Go Mad in Malibu

Nick Nolte looks like he had a rough Friday out in Malibu … but actually it’s just how he rolls. The famed actor was out getting a bite with daughter Sophie and multi-tasking by jawboning on the phone. The pic reminds us of Nick’s famous 2002 DUI…

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This New Study Reveals What Women Really Think About Facial Hair

Some not great news for straight guys who have really full beards: a new study has found that close to 40 percent of women prefer a man to be clean shaven.

The research, conducted by BodyLogicMD (a nationwide network of medical practices

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Hair Tips And Tricks That’ll Help Your Locks Live Their Best Life

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New London production of musical “Hair” given a little re-style to fit the age of Trump

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The Only Hair Clipper and Beard Trimmer We Use Anymore

If you’re one of the lucky few who can get away with never touching a blade to your head or face, consider yourself charmed. By using an electric razor exclusively, you’re free! Free of shaving cream, razors, and messes … except, of course, for the cascade of whiskers in the bathroom sink. And on the counter. And on the floor. And in the grout between the tiles. And in the soap dish. And

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You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain (Unabridged) – Phoebe Robinson & Jessica Williams – foreword

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You Can’t Touch My Hair: And Other Things I Still Have to Explain (Unabridged)

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Publish Date: October 4, 2016

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Hear an interview and live session with the Nashville new-wave-ish party band who draws inspiration from the sounds of the 1980s.

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This $20 Nose Hair Trimmer Is All You Need

Can we talk about nose hair for a minute? Because every summer, those suckers seem to sprout like they’re on steroids, taking over your nostrils like weeds in a garden. Sure, genetics plays a role in determining who gets the full-on troll look. But most guys are resigned to an adulthood, or at least a season, of awkward hairiness in embarrassing places — for which they should seek the easiest,

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Rihanna Matches Her Hair to Her Louis Vuitton x Supreme

Rihanna put her own spin on the season’s most popular fashion collaboration.
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The Two Hair Products Every Man Needs

Naive men will try to nail every look with a single hair product; most of us, though, realize that's a vain pursuit. But that doesn't mean you need a medicine cabinet full of bottles, jars, and tubes! Whether you’re going for the natural daytime look or a slicker evening style, a gel and a clay are all you need. Known mainly for their skincare products, Kiehl’s has launched a gel and a clay

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Get Rid of Grey Hair While You Shower

So, your handsome head of brown hair is looking … a little less than brown these days. But damned if you’ll be caught getting a dye job at your wife’s salon. That’s oaky — you can keep your pride and still shed the grays with a new shampoo from Just For Men.

Yes, the brand’s been around for forever (30 years, to be exact). But there’s a reason they’re still in business despite all the

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Mike Vick Regrets Kaepernick Hair Comments: ‘Truly Sorry For What I Said’

Mike Vick says he never should’ve suggested Colin Kaepernick cut his afro to look more presentable to NFL owners … and admits he “should’ve used a better choice of words” when addressing the free agent QB. Vick’s been under fire since he made…

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Meet the Mane Master Behind Adele’s “Hello” Hair


When stars like David Bowie and St. Vincent need a new do, they entrust their locks to Pamela Neal.

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Allure Editors Recount Their Worst-Ever Hair Stories

Just ask any inveterate beauty experimenter out there: The pursuit of #hairgoals can be a wild ride. Sure, maybe you’ve mastered artfully disheveled waves or decided to go granny-gray before the rest of Instagram. But then there was that time you trimmed your own bangs and decided to add just a few subtle highlights but ended up with pumpkin-orange highlights. Whatever your disaster, the Allure staff is right there with you. Here are the hair fails that still haunt us.
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Maria Borges (and Her Gorgeous Natural Hair) Made History at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

For as long as its Angels have been on the pop culture radar, the concept of "Victoria's Secret hair" has been synonymous with big, bouncy, bedhead-y waves. And while most of the runway models who…


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All the Celebrities Brad Pitt Is Unexpectedly Twinning With Thanks to His New Hair

Brad Pitt's hair in his new spread for V magazine is…different for the star. Layered with height at the crown, it recalls several iconic haircuts, some from today, and some from the '80s and '90s…


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Is Double Shampooing the Secret to Perfect Hair?

You’ve heard of multimasking (the simultaneous use of more than one face mask to address different skin-care concerns), but what happens when you apply the same customized concept to washing your hair? Enter double shampooing.
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The Best At-Home Hair Glosses for Your Shiniest Hair, Ever

Maybe it's because we spent so many years anticipating school photo day. Maybe it's that the humidity's low and our blowouts on-point. Whatever the reason, fall feels like the official season of having really…


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The Best Movie Hair of All Time

Sometimes the hair in a movie is so damn good, it distracts you from the plot—or inspires your new haircut. Check out the most memorable, gorgeous, jaw-dropping hair we’ve ever seen on the big screen.
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9 Hair Oils to Alleviate an Itchy, Irritated Scalp

Itchy, irritated scalp? Yea, we know the feeling, and the answer is surprising: “Oils are really the route to go,” says Ron Robinson, a cosmetic chemist and founder of beautystat.com. “If the scalp is dry, by using oils you’re coating it with products that keep moisture while conditioning.” Here, nine of ’em that lock in moisture and provide soothing relief when your scalp goes berserk.
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9 Hair Oils to Alleviate an Itchy, Irritated Scalp

Itchy, irritated scalp? Yea, we know the feeling, and the answer is surprising: “Oils are really the route to go,” says Ron Robinson, a cosmetic chemist and founder of beautystat.com. “If the scalp is dry, by using oils you’re coating it with products that keep moisture while conditioning.” Here, nine of ’em that lock in moisture and provide soothing relief when your scalp goes berserk.
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What’s Inside – Nair Hair Removal

You know it’s for “short shorts,” but what are the chemical compounds that actually make up the no-shave follicle-removing cream? A handful of skin repair agents and hair removal ingredients intended to leave skin soft and silky smooth.
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Janelle Monae’s Paris Fashion Week Hair Owns Our Best Beauty List

Paris Fashion Week Spring 2016 was filled with major moments, including the scenic airport-themed Chanel show to the mini “Game of Thrones” reunion with Emilia Clarke and Jason Momoa. But we believe Janelle Monae’s many, many hairstyles stole the spotlight. 

The “Yoga” singer was spotted out and about wearing different hairdos to accentuate what she described to Vogue as her “growing, evolving” style. Having worked with Monae since her debut studio album “The ArchAndroid” in 2010, celebrity hairstylist Caprice Green told The Huffington Post that the two always “start out with some sort of game plan” when discussing hairstyle for Fashion Week. “However, it doesn’t always go as planned,” said Green. “The clothes from the designers sort of determined the look each day.”

From her signature pompadour topped with a cherry-red Kristina Dragomir heart cap to a beautiful beehive adorned with Chanel accessories, Monae and her hairstylist have pushed the boundaries on what’s considered to be “natural hair.”

Scroll down to see Monae’s hairstyles from Paris Fashion Week and to learn what Green considered when creating each look.


 
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How One Short-Haired Editor Styles Her Hair 5 Different Ways

Styling short hair can quickly turn into the Groundhog Day of your beauty routine, but with some creativity and a little pomade (OK, a lot of pomade), pulling out a work-week’s worth of different styles is no problem at all.
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Awesome Dad Teaches Fellow Fathers How To Do Their Daughters’ Hair

Philippe Morgese knows a thing or two when it comes to styling his daughter’s hair. Now, he’s sharing his skills with other dads.

According to BuzzFeed News, the single dad started out using just simple barrettes with his daughter, Emma. Then, he polished his skills to learn how to do pigtails and even complex braids. Morgese became such an expert that he won a contest started by fellow hair-styling dad Greg Wickherst.

He got so many compliments and even requests for advice from fellow dads that he started a class to teach fathers how to do their daughters’ hair. The free class, which was held at the International Academy in South Daytona, Fla., on Oct. 6, provided tutorials from brushing the girls’ hair to learning how to do braids and buns. The dads also received goody bags with supplies so they can continue their hair-styling journeys.

Morgese shared photos from the class on Reddit on Oct. 7. So far, the photos have been viewed more than 2 million times. 

The class was such a success that Morgese started the Daddy Daughter Hair Factory Facebook page to share updates. In a post on the page, the dad wrote that the commitment from the fathers in the class was “admirable.” “I’m so proud of you guys,” he wrote. 

Morgese also told BuzzFeed News he plans on having more classes in the future. So get ready, dads. We have a feeling spots will go fast.


 
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Tom Hanks dyes his hair white for new role — see his new look

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What It’s Like to Pull Out Your Own Hair

In support of National Trichotillomania Awareness Week (that’s now!), here’s what struggling with the disorder is really like.
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My Daughter Cut Her Own Hair, and the World Didn’t End

The DIY safety-scissors haircut—it's a bona fide rite of passage for young girls (evidenced by the fact that the below was just one of many stock photo options for "kid cuts own hair"). For me,…


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Here’s Why Some Men’s Beards Are A Different Color Than Their Hair

Judging by what’s on the Internet, we understand why it might seem like every single guy in the world has either a beard on his face or a bun on his head (we’ve certainly given our fair share of coverage to this important subject of our time).

So with all this hair flying around, we were reminded of one of life’s great mysteries: Why are some guys’ beards a different color than the rest of their hair?

We turned to dermatologist Dr. Bobby Buka, founder of Greenwich Village Dermatology in New York, who said it basically comes down to pigments and genetics.

“The difference between red hair and blonde hair or brown hair is different types of melanin,” Buka said, referring to the pigment packs that bring color to our hair (without it, our hair is white).

One type of melanin, a very light type called pheomelanin, is responsible for blonde or red hair, and eumelanin is the darker melanin found in darker-toned hair. How it gets distributed through the shaft of each hair and in what combinations is what determins our hair color, and it can vary by each individual follicle.

“The other component that contributes to color is the distribution of the melanin from the base of the hair follicle to the rest of the shaft,” Buka said. “That transfer process is genetic, and so redheads have more pheomelanin and their pigment stays at the base of the hair follicle, and black-haired people have more eumelanin and transfers throughout the shaft.”

The same goes for each follicle on your head, so those around your jaw and neck might have a different eumelanin-to-pheomelanin ratio than say, what’s on the top of your head.

For what it’s worth, our skin has pigments to protect ourselves from ultraviolet rays, but Buka pointed out that our hair doesn’t need UV protection. So why is there a biological reason that our hair would have pigments? “I can’t see why we would have one,” he said.

It seems some mysteries still need to be solved.

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This Is How a Celebrity Hairstylist Curls Hair With a Flatiron

If getting curls with a flatiron has always puzzled the living daylights out of you, this little clip the Streicher Sisters (meaning makeup artist Jen, brow guru Kristie, and hairstylist Ashley) just posted will help…


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Here’s Why Some Men’s Beards Are A Different Color Than Their Hair

Judging by what’s on the Internet, we understand why it might seem like every single guy in the world has either a beard on his face or a bun on his head (we’ve certainly given our fair share of coverage to this important subject of our time).

So with all this hair flying around, we were reminded of one of life’s great mysteries: Why are some guys’ beards a different color than the rest of their hair?

We turned to dermatologist Dr. Bobby Buka, founder of Greenwich Village Dermatology in New York, who said it basically comes down to pigments and genetics.

“The difference between red hair and blonde hair or brown hair is different types of melanin,” Buka said, referring to the pigment packs that bring color to our hair (without it, our hair is white).

One type of melanin, a very light type called pheomelanin, is responsible for blonde or red hair, and eumelanin is the darker melanin found in darker-toned hair. How it gets distributed through the shaft of each hair and in what combinations is what determins our hair color, and it can vary by each individual follicle.

“The other component that contributes to color is the distribution of the melanin from the base of the hair follicle to the rest of the shaft,” Buka said. “That transfer process is genetic, and so redheads have more pheomelanin and their pigment stays at the base of the hair follicle, and black-haired people have more eumelanin and transfers throughout the shaft.”

The same goes for each follicle on your head, so those around your jaw and neck might have a different eumelanin-to-pheomelanin ratio than say, what’s on the top of your head.

For what it’s worth, our skin has pigments to protect ourselves from ultraviolet rays, but Buka pointed out that our hair doesn’t need UV protection. So why is there a biological reason that our hair would have pigments? “I can’t see why we would have one,” he said.

It seems some mysteries still need to be solved.

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11 Types of Hair Rollers for Every Curl and Wave

Rollers—perhaps the only beauty product associated with both willowy models backstage and grannies in bunny slippers and Barcaloungers—are suddenly the hair tool of the moment. And there are as many different types as there are cool looks to create with them. Here, the definitive guide.
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10 Times We Stole Hair Inspiration From the Boys

Fact: There’s an endless amount of good hair inspiration on Pinterest and Instagram. Little known fact: Some of our favorite styles are coming from guys. That’s right, and we are taking notice of the singers, actors, and male models who are spending more and more time tending to their hair. Here, some unique, edgy—and yes, even pretty—looks to steal from the boys.
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How to Get Julia Roberts’s Hair and Makeup From Her Allure Cover Shoot

Here’s the inside scoop on what went into the breezy, bohemian hair and natural makeup look for Roberts’s latest Allure photo shoot.
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Military Denies Chelsea Manning Permission To Grow Hair Out

Military officials on Friday denied the request of Army whistleblower Chelsea Manning to grow her hair in accordance with female grooming standards. 

The former intelligence analyst is serving a 35-year sentence at the United States Disciplinary Barracks at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, for providing sensitive documents related to the U.S. wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to WikiLeaks — actions her supporters say may have helped end the war in Iraq.

Manning, who was assigned male at birth but identifies as a woman, was diagnosed with gender dysphoria in 2010. In 2014, the American Civil Liberties Union requested that the Department of Defense provide Manning with clinically recommended treatment, including hormone therapy, access to a qualified medical provider and permission to follow female grooming standards, according to an ACLU statement.

Manning said in a Friday tweet that she intended to fight the decision. She is able to use Twitter in prison by speaking with third parties, who transcribe her words and tweet on her behalf.

The military already agreed to allow Manning access to hormone therapy, speech therapy and cosmetics, but ruled Friday that she must cut her hair in accordance with male standards.

“Even though the military agrees that allowing Chelsea to grow her hair is a critical part of her treatment plan, they continue to deny her basic human and constitutional rights,” ACLU attorney Chase Strangio said in the statement. “When we filed our lawsuit a year ago, Chelsea had already waited more than a year for even minimal care to treat her gender dysphoria.”

Manning described her life in a men’s correctional facility in an April Cosmopolitan interview, where she noted that not being able to let her hair grow longer is “painful and awkward.”

In August, Manning faced indefinite solitary confinement over the infractions of sweeping food on the ground, possessing “prohibited” reading material — including Vanity Fair and the Cosmopolitan issue that featured her own interview — and having a tube of expired toothpaste.

Instead, she ultimately lost recreation privileges for 21 days. Strangio noted at the time, however, that the convictions would also show up at any parole or clemency hearings, and would force Manning to remain at a higher-security facility for a longer period of time.

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Is the Twisted Ponytail the New Topknot? Why J.W.Anderson’s Runway Hair Is a Hit

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Cutting a clean line down the back of J.W.Anderson’s graphic black bralettes, mutton-sleeve tops, and Keith Haring–esque Pop Art prints on the runway earlier today, models’ spear-like twisted ponytails felt like sleek contradiction—well, almost. After all, the British designer’s fleet of It girl fans do tend to favor deceptively simple hair that lets their fashion do the heavy lifting, with an emphasis on urban cool.



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Backstage, hairstylist Anthony Turner created a look that was slick, graphic, and low-maintenance by scraping the hair back into a slick ponytail, then separating the lengths into two even sections and twisting them around each other like a helix before fastening them with a band at the ends. If you’ve been mulling over fresh alternatives to air-dried waves or the now-ubiquitous topknot this season, congratulations—this is your look.

 

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After months of championing swingy lengths of hip-grazing hair, Ciara shocked the red carpet at tonight’s MTV Video Music Awards by debuting a dramatically abbreviated new crop. Making a slick counterpart to her black fringed dress, the singer’s obsidian bob fell bluntly along her collarbone. Flat ironed to perfection and giving off a reflective mirror-like sheen, the effect was amplified by her luminous complexion, deep smoky cat eye, and cheekbone-sharpening contouring. Short hair for fall? Just another reason Ciara is the ultimate beauty rule breaker.

 

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Girl Gang Hair at the VMA Awards: Are You on Team Sleek or Team Wavy?

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As Taylor Swifts “Bad Blood” posse took to the multicolored carpet at the 2015 VMAs, we noticed that her girl gang of friends had taken sides—with hair that was either ironed to slick straight perfection, or left to fall in softly cascading natural waves. Swift, who pulled her darkened blonde mane into a low, tight ponytail, was joined by equally sleek pals Hailee Steinfeld, Gigi Hadid, and Serayah McNeill; nearby, an opposing camp of beauties including Lily Aldridge, Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevingne, and Martha Hunt opted for laid-back, tousled lengths with a hint of soft bend.

And the phenomenon didn’t stop there. As the night went on, the red carpet’s biggest names fell into equally diverging aesthetic camps, with Nicki Minaj, Rita Ora, and Ciara standing in glassy, poker-straight contrast to bohemian-minded beauties like Emily Ratajkowski. Here, the VMA attendees who made a case for the straight vs. wavy debate.

 

Sleek and Straight:

 

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Trend Alert! Hair Accessories for Fall 2015

Accessories are a big thing for any outfit, with the potential to make or break a look or ensemble. While jewelry and gloves, bags and purses and everything in between might be quite necessary, few of us ever really stop to think about hair accessories.

You may have spent a whole lot of time primping and styling your locks but you have left it lacking some extra embellishment that could completely alter your appearance. This is unfortunate considering the many ways you could add to your ‘do and make it look that much more glamorous and unique.

Simple things really can make a whole world of difference, whether it is a clip or a bandana, a hat or a pin. You can get creative, fill it up to the tee or just let it be — a simple look that appears intriguing to say the least.

Recently, designers have presented us with some of the most decadent hair ornaments for the upcoming 2015-2016 fall/winter season. These ultra glam pieces will inspire you to add a touch of sparkle and glam to your tresses during the colder months.

If the fall 2015 designer collections are any indication, when it comes to your hair next season, you are going to want to put a bow on it — or a ribbon, or a pretty jeweled clip, or a graphic oversized barrette, or possibly even a brooch plucked from your jewelry box as the case may be.

Geometric clips (Suno), jeweled accents (Prada, Dolce & Gabbana), and slim monochromatic pieces (Rochas) offer plenty of alternatives for accessorizing even the simplest of styles and look that much better pinned into easy, imperfectly done hair.

Here, a look back at a few of our favorite fresh ideas, which we plan on putting into action, pronto.

Headbands

The stylists at Chanel dominated the fashion week runways with their chunky black satin headbands that pulled the hair back away from the face and added a dainty and feminine touch.

Although silk and satin headbands always appear chic, new textured bands such as leather or jewel-encrusted ones are also all the rage. Proenza Schouler showcased sleek leather headbands as well as some adorned with sparkles and added bands in thin strips.

Colored bands such as the orange elastic headbands worn at the Fendi show looked bright and refreshing and did a stylish job at keeping stray tendrils away from the face while bringing the focus towards the forehead region and the eyes.

Girly pink headbands from Honor were the perfect no-fuss accessories, adding to a woman’s femininity. At Gucci we saw white floral headbands placed atop blonde hair with pink edges, looking oh-so-beautiful and positively unique.

Dainty Bows

While the spring and summer seasons were full of huge bows, the fall and winter seasons have seen smaller, jeweled bows instead and certainly not as often. They appeared in multiple pieces on a single model’s head at Dolce & Gabbana, appearing to be a lovely combination of sweet and delicate as well as youthful with a mature outlook.

Pretty little bows were added to the ends of the braids at the Giles show as well, in soft satin and looking positively gorgeous against the platinum blonde of the hair. At Delpozo, onlookers were treated to the sight of oversized bow headbands that we just might grab in those pasty pink colors.

Jeweled Clips and Barrettes

Jewels in your hair may not be something you would normally go for, but they can appear to be quite lovely. Plus, they add bling to any ‘do, sprucing up any outfit just through the presence of something sparkling on your head.

That’s where the jeweled accents seen at Prada or even Dolce & Gabbana come in, from the colorful designs of the former keeping the hair looped to the side in place with those incredible barrettes to the gorgeous golden ribbon enamel and jewel encrusted roses of the latter.

The best looks, though, seemed to be the Chanel strike-through hair pins that went perfectly with the satin headbands while effectively adding retro to futuristic looks and keeping us with eyes trained on the runway, demanding more and more despite the fashion house’s elaborate and long collection for the fall and winter seasons of this year.

Head Scarves

While they were certainly not a common sight, headscarves and such headwear, such as the Agnes B tulle headwear and the Dolce & Gabbana options, were extremely intriguing and looked rather sweet tied in with the ponytails and updos.

Headscarves were tied on at Delpozo as well, coming in pastel pinks and navy blues and encompassing the whole of the head in a look that appears to be chic and Gypsy like.

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The Chameleons of Summer: How a Dramatic Hair Transformation Became the Season’s Secret Weapon

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As summer prepares to make its slow, sunset-like descent into autumn, a quick look back at our favorite metamorphic beauty moments confirms that it was the season of the fearless hair change. Dramatic chops and color adjustments inspired us—while constantly keeping us guessing—and promised to provide a template for our own adventurous shifts going into September.

Case in point: Georgia May Jagger bleached her layered lengths before saturating sections in playfully bright pastels, resulting in a physical representation of summertime whimsy that will segue nicely into the washed-out shades of blush, lavender, and tangerine as the temperature dips. Meanwhile, Lupita Nyong’o proved that changing one’s hair can be done easily and often, morphing from short-haired siren into side-braid bohemian and back, this time with a headful of natural curls that we can’t help but mentally pair with a chunky knit sweater.

While many embraced the long, swingy lengths typically associated with beach bombshell season, hairstylist Orlando Pita snipped Amanda Seyfrieds signature wheat-colored mane into a shoulder-grazing, polished bob, and for a good cause—Seyfried donated her shorn lengths to Locks for Love. Also going against the grain: Poppy Delevingne, who lightened her honey-colored hair to an icy, Nordic blonde shade that seems rife for emulation.

But perhaps our favorite dramatic reveals arrived courtesy of Jennifer Hudson—whose ultra-short style only enhances her striking, pronounced features—and Greta Gerwig, who traded her shoulder-sweeping waves for a chin-length crop that she continued to braid, straighten, and slick back to transformative effect. Above, five summertime hair moments to inspire a seasonal reimagining of the mane.

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No Hair, Don’t Care: Fashion’s Freshest Faces Are Embracing the Buzz Cut

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Shockwaves went through the fashion industry in the early nineties when Eve Salvail first appeared on the runway with a shaved head, her head bare save for a curled dragon tattooed on her scalp. Her hair, or lack thereof, stood in direct contrast with the lengthy, ultrafeminine locks of the era’s supermodels—think Christy, Cindy, Naomi, Stephanie, and long, swingy sheets of hair. Two decades later and long hair is still the default for new models, whose agents praise its versatility: With fashion shows and editorials requiring models to be quick-change artists, longer hair can more easily lend itself to the required transformations. As a result, agencies have historically preferred that models play it safe. But the current fixation on models with “personality” has given rise to a set of beauties who follow in the footsteps of trailblazers like Salvail. African models like Grace Bol, Herieth Paul, and Ajak Deng have been wearing their hair super short for years, but only recently have their peers followed suit. Rising stars Tamy Glauser, Ruth Bell, and Kris Gottschalk have all embraced the buzz cut—and seen their careers skyrocket as a result.

Close-cropped hair has long been a signifier of punk rebellion and offbeat cool, so it’s fitting that designers who understand the importance of carefully curated edge have sought the models who dare to shear: Glauser is a regular at Rick Owens and on Nicolas Ghesquières runway for Louis Vuitton, while Gottschalk was tapped to model alongside the boys at Public School’s show at men’s New York Fashion Week, and Bell cut her chest-length strawberry blonde hair to front the latest campaign for Alexander McQueen. As it turns out, having a shaved head has become something of a savvy career move: It not only attracts cooler clients, it also serves to set a model apart from the hundreds of other girls on the scene. “There are hardly any other models with a shaved head,” says Gottschalk. “It’s interesting because other girls don’t really see me as competition—I don’t get those sideways glances at castings.”

Bell’s newly shorn hair also helps to differentiate her from her twin and fellow model, May. Born and raised in Kent, England, the sisters began their fashion careers together often photographed as a pair—they even share an Instagram account. Since her pixieish Paul Hanlon buzz cut, Bell has been carving out a niche for herself, working with the likes of David Sims and Lachlan Bailey and, yes, forming her own social media account—one filled with shots of her as a moody, punkish gamine, rather than the more traditional, whimsical images that fill the account she and her sister share.

Glauser, likely one of the originators of the current buzzed-off trend, got her fade from a friend. “I had been talking about wanting to cut my hair forever, but I was too scared,” admits Glauser. “One day my friend just picked up scissors and cut my hair right down the middle—there was no going back.” Over time the look became Glauser’s signature: Occasionally the color will change—earlier this month she debuted a platinum hue—but the length rarely varies. Though she’s benefited from her now-trademark daring do, Glauser cautions those attempting to emulate it. “[Shaving your head] is a risk, you never really know how it will look until that moment of truth.” Still, the model has no plans to revert to her old style. “It just feels too amazing short—I might let it grow a centimeter, then it’s time to shave again!”

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Lots of Beautiful Hair at Teen Choice, Some With Splash of Color

Teen Choice delivered! Rita Ora added a light breeze of pink to her signature platinum blonde tresses and Britney Spears, honored as a style icon, splashed her ends with blue and purple to create what might even be described as an ombre.

All the stars collecting awards in Los Angeles for best movies, acting and music were, of course, beautiful. Most of them stuck with recent trends of natural looking cuts and colors with subtle, soft color transitions. We didn’t really see any big departures from what’s been popular.

Winning an award as a TV comedy actress, “Glee” star Lea Michele stayed with her long layers and caramel highlights. What can you say? It works!

Teen Choice for best TV drama went to the cast of “Pretty Little Liars.” Accepting the award were cast stars including Lucy Hale, who does a lot of long brown layered wavy hair, recently went short with a bob, but then had extensions to do a long ponytail in a cool, slick-back look to accept her award with other cast members. Also going with a center part and slick-back look from the “Pretty Little Liars” cast were Janel Parrish and Shay Mitchell.

Actress and singer Zendaya (star of Disney’s “Undercover KC”) went with a ballerina bun high on top to walk the Teen Choice blue carpet. She changes the style of her dark, brown hair often, and the results are nearly always fantastic.

So, no new trends emerged but we saw lots of beautiful hair. Love those kids! Love change!

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Just in Time for New School Year, Teen Choice to Set Hair Trends

You can already hear the high-pitched squeals! Teen Choice Awards are this weekend and we’re sure to see a train of beautiful trend-setting hair for a massive audience of eager young fashion mavens heading back to school.

Here are just a handful of the nominees. I loved their hair styles and can’t wait to see what these and other celebs bring to the red carpets leading into the Galen Center in Los Angeles on Sunday.

If there is one word to describe the “look” we’ve seen recently among the truly young and restless teens it is “variety” — cuts and color all over the place, but with lots of tailored individuality. Lea Michele is a perfect example. Nominated for a Teen Choice Award as a TV comedy actress, this Glee star has been wearing her hair in long layers with caramel highlights and soft bangs that draw attention to her distinctive eyes.

Lucy Hale does a lot of long brown layered wavy hair, and for good reason. She looks fantastic. She’s also done a ponytail with a deep side part and soft, face-framing waves, another great look for her. Incredibly talented Hale is nominated for a Teen Choice Award for her work in Pretty Little Liars as a TV actress in the drama/action adventure category.

Zendaya has done just about everything with her hair, including a layered bob with heavy bangs. Her deep, rich, dark brown color brings out her features beautifully. She’s up for Teen Choice award for TV actress in a comedy for her adorable, heart-throb role in Disney’s KC Undercover.

Can you believe how cool Shailene Woodley looks in a slick-back pixie? She’s nominated for a Teen Choice award for her gripping performance in the blockbuster Insurgent.

Demi Lovato has been wearing a deep side part, giving her hair that great asymmetrical look to frame her beautiful features. She’s been nominated for a Teen Choice female summer music star award. If there is one thing that has been consistent overall it is a trend of soft colors with subtle transitions.

Always, there are exceptions, but even in the new move toward silver hair with vibrant colors, a lot of the transitions are pretty soft and cool, not abrupt. I’m betting, and hoping, we see some color at the Teen Choice Awards Sunday. Maybe a new trend will emerge.

Cheers to the kids! Love change!

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4 Ways to Tie Your Hair Up for the Weekend: Behati Prinsloo, Alexa Chung, and More

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Brimming with sunny charm, headscarves are a little bit like straw hats: effortless in theory, but tricky to pull off in real life. But judging by our favorite vacationing Insta beauties, the secret to working an irreverent bow or colorful swath of fabric into your hair comes down to one easy rule: Keep it simple. Behati Prinsloo stayed cool and protected her highlights with a gauzy solid number, and over in Uruguay, model Amanda Norgaard reminded us why Montevideo is known as the St.-Tropez of South America with a wide headband slipped over her salty knot and an Aperol in hand. Meanwhile, a poolside Rihanna found a heat wave–ready accessory in a printed silk scarf that was knotted at the front with her spiraling bangs spilling out, and Alexa Chung dressed up a split-second updo with a cheerful bow. Just in time the weekend, here are four selfie-tested hair upgrades made for a sun-soaked retreat.

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2 Steps to Choose a Trendy, Fun Hair Color

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? How do you know which of the fun colors and which intensity of the colors work best with you?

Choosing a fun hair color that doesn’t overpower you is a key ingredient to joining in on the fun hair color trend while giving off your best. If you choose a fun hair color that overpowers you, you could look dull, worn, outdated, odd, unbalanced, and even older.

Here are 2 steps to choose a trendy and fun hair color that works with you to give off a vibrant, healthy, balanced and potentially more youthful glow.

1. Choose hair colors that align with your skin undertone: Hair colors are grouped by undertone in hair color swatch books that you find at hair salons — choose a hair color that matches your skin undertone. If you are unable to do a formal undertone analysis with a trained color analysis professional, ask your hair colorist if he/she can determine by looking at you if you have a cool, warm or a neutral undertone.

For instance, if you have a cool undertone you will want to avoid orange, red, yellow, warm pinks, warm blues and warm green colors in your hair. If you have a warm undertone, you will want to avoid cool pinks, cool blues, most violets, cool grey and cool green colors in your hair.

2. Choose hair colors and intensities that align with your seasonal color palette: The best way to do this is by having a color analysis consultation and/or working with a hair colorist who has significant training and experience identifying what your most optimal hair colors are.

Before taking the fun hair color plunge, I also advise thinking through whether an all-over solid fun color look versus more subtle highlights or subtle painting in of the hair color works best with you and your lifestyle.

To show you a few picture examples of the steps above, I recruited a few of my colleagues at Studio Fontana in Toronto, Canada to participate in this blog.

Here is Cheryl Gushue.
She has a warm undertone and her best colors fall within the warm seasonal color palette (flow between Autumn and Spring seasons).

Cheryl’s optimal, more natural hair color(s) include: warm browns and golden blonde.
Her optimal fun hair colors include warm, medium value/intensity colors such as: deep coral, warm navy, warm purple, light orange. Cheryl should avoid cool, overly deep and overly light hair colors.

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Cheryl above is pictured holding the Warm Seasonal Color Flag

Here is Katie Fontana.
She has a cool undertone and her best colors fall within the cool seasonal color palette (flow between Winter and Summer seasons).

Katie’s optimal, more natural hair color(s) include: cool deep brown or blue-black.
Her optimal fun hair colors include cool medium intensity colors such as: charcoal gray, deep raspberry, red violet, purple magenta, blue plum, burgundy, hunter green. Katie should avoid warm (like orange), overly intense and overly soft hair colors .

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Katie above is pictured holding the Cool Seasonal Color Flag

Here is Melissa.
She has a neutral undertone (leaning warm) and her best colors fall within the muted seasonal color palette (flow between Autumn and Summer seasons).

Melissa’s optimal, more natural hair color(s) include: soft, muted browns.
Her optimal fun hair colors include softer colors such as: soft gray, soft teal green, celery, soft navy blues, rose beige, soft burgundy, grape. Melissa should avoid bright, high intensity hair colors.

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Melissa above is pictured holding the Muted Seasonal Color Flag

Here is Billie.
She has a cool undertone and her best colors fall within the True Winter seasonal color palette.

Billie’s optimal, more natural hair color(s) include: cool deep brown-black.
Her optimal fun hair colors include high intensity colors such as: magenta, true pink, blue-green, pine green, true blue, bright violet. Billie should avoid muted, low intensity hair colors.

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Billie above is pictured holding the True Winter Seasonal Color Flag

Here is Ashley.
She has a neutral undertone (leaning cool) and her best colors fall within the Light seasonal color palette (flow between Summer and Spring seasons).

Ashley’s optimal, more natural hair color(s) include: blonde.
Her optimal fun hair colors include lighter colors such as: pearl gray, pink ash, soft lemon, denim blue, pastel turquoise, lilac. Ashley should avoid overly warm (like orange) or overly cool hair colors.

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Ashley above is pictured holding the Light Seasonal Color Flag

OK, so if I signed up my colleagues to do this, I must be willing to do it too!…
Here is Carol (me).
I have a cool undertone and my best colors fall within the True Summer seasonal color palette.

My optimal, more natural hair colors include: ash browns or ash blonde.
My optimal fun hair colors include toned colors such as: most grays, pink ash, rose, raspberry, lavender, powder blue, steel blue, smokey green. I should avoid high intensity, tints, shades and warm (like orange) hair colors.

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Carol (me) above is pictured holding the True Summer Seasonal Color Flag

Now you have 2 steps with a few examples to help you reveal which trendy and fun hair colors will work with you to give off your best.

You can either wear your hair color or have your hair color wear you. My choice is always for you to wear your hair color so we see the best and most vibrant you.

I hope this blog post inspires you to wear your authenticity!

Carol Brailey is an Image Consultant, Color Analysis Professional and Hair Colorist based in Toronto, Canada. More of her blogs can be found at carolbrailey.com and virtualcoloranalysis.com. Carol is a member of the Studio Fontana team located in the Fashion District of downtown Toronto.

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The 7 Best Hair and Makeup Moments at the Premios Juventud 2015

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Silver-Gray Hair Trending Strong, Makes Move From Red Carpet to Streets

The new silver-gray is trending strong this summer and we’re seeing it beautifully accented with vivid colors like green, purple, pink … you name it!

Just when we think we’ve seen it all, we haven’t. We’re coloring our hair gray, and it works! And while most of this has been on the red carpets these colors are moving fast to the streets.

Beware, though, this is a hair color that is extremely difficult to achieve. What we want is a soft, shimmering silver with subtle variations. Try this at home at you may end up with something that looks more like ‘old-age’ gray or Halloween alien gray. So leave the box on the drug store shelf and head for your trusted stylist.

Then have fun. You’re in good company. “Once Upon a Time” star Ginnifer Goodwin just showed up for an appearance at the San Diego Comic-Con in a short pixie with silver hair in the softest most subtle shade of lavender. So beautiful, and that subtlety in the lavender is part of what’s so hard to get. Lady Gaga wore her hair in a silver blend at the Academy Awards in February. She usually does ‘outrageous’ but this style had a beautiful, understated look.

Of course, this isn’t about looking ‘old.’ It doesn’t look old at all. Think about Zosia Mamet of “Mad Men.” She went with a soft silvery gray … with natural brown roots! This is the opposite, literally, of what it means to have gray roots.

It seems this style has been emerging but has finally hit the streets this spring and strongly this summer.

The look lends itself to many variations, and may even be a momentary path of salvation for the ombre, which had dissolved almost to extinction in the last year. With this silver-gray trend, while we’re seeing some very soft, subtle blends with some of the vivid colors, we’re also finding more distinct and striking gradations, like the ones that defined the ombre before that style faded. We’ll see.

Holding ground are the natural colors with very soft, subtle color transitions with natural waves. The bobs are very popular, and this versatile cut works extremely well with these silver-gray blends. I still expect those natural colors to dominate the styles but it is so great to see something really different take hold … it’s been a while!

That’s as good a reason as any to jump on this color style while it’s here. It is so attractive, and distinct but not at all outrageous. As fast as this silvery trend emerged, another may be close by waiting, so ride the wave while it’s strong, because a new one is probably right around the corner.

As always, be open to change!

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Fatima Al Qadiri on Her Pitchfork Packing List—and Why Short Hair Is an Act of Rebellion

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It’s just days before Fatima Al Qadiri will fly from Berlin to Chicago for the Pitchfork Music Festival, and her excitement over the lineup of surprise guest stars that will join her and the rest of Future Brown on stage is palpable. “Meeting them in person makes the hard work worth it,” she says. What she is not concerned about is packing. The musician, DJ, and visual artist’s summer touring schedule and upcoming exhibitions (Paris’s Musée d’Art Moderne will host a show of her art collective GCC’s work in October), has given her plenty of experience in how to curate a suitcase. Alongside the easy separates from her favorite Japanese designers will be a traveler’s arsenal of skin care and not an ounce of makeup. “I used to wear lipstick, but when I get nervous, I chew my lips—so wearing it onstage, I just ate the lipstick.” Instead, she lets her music and her hair do the talking.

Al Qadiri’s wavy eye-grazing crop, with its tomboyish allure, has seen more than its share of admirers in New York City. But in her home country of Kuwait, it’s viewed as an act of rebellion. “There was a quantum leap between my grandmother’s generation and mine,” says Al Qadiri, who, growing up, felt that certain cultural expressions of femininity, such as the long hair that was traditionally encouraged among Kuwaiti women (“it’s the status quo”) were no longer necessary. “I don’t ever want to put down women for looking how they want to look. [But] I find it just as oppressive to be in a room of women that all have long hair as it is to be the only woman in a room full of men. There’s a very ‘separate lives’ element about it.”

In the same way her early interest in avant-garde labels like Yohji Yamamoto and Margiela provided her with an opportunity to express herself in the face of confining societal notions, Al Quadiri began to explore her identity through her hair and makeup as a teenager. By 1999, she had relocated to the United States to attend Penn State University sporting “a millimeter” of fiery orange hair, a Marilyn Monroe piercing, and blue contacts. “I looked like I was from another planet.” It was the age of the club kid, and inside their Peace Love Unity Respect culture, Al Qadiri found freedom. “[Their look] wasn’t super feminine—it was very androgynous. Men and women wore JNCO jeans. I found the relationships between the sexes extremely liberating.”

Eventually, the contact lenses were removed and the orange hair dye gave way to her natural obsidian, but Al Qadiri has kept her hair short ever since. Today’s incarnation is a nod to the classic French carré—a style that celebrated women’s liberation in the twenties, though Al Qadiri’s just-above-the-ear homage is purely aesthetic. “I always found that fade in the back so attractive as a kid.” First snipped in 2007 by the Lower East Side–based stylist Emiko Watanabe, the musician’s crop and its required upkeep (regular cuts every three weeks) has met its challenges on the road. Constant touring requires sourcing a trustworthy stylist in each new city, and during extended trips to Kuwait, the act of asking for a trim has not proved so simple. She has, on occasion, been criticized on the street for her short length; and, she adds with a laugh, “I get called sir a lot.”

Monthly haircuts aside, her closely shorn waves require minimal effort. “It’s just my hair being itself. I wash it, put wax in it and I’m done.” The time she does spend on getting ready is dedicated almost exclusively to skin care. “[Because I don’t wear makeup,] I want to look as flawless as I can naturally.” For this, she reaches for Peter Thomas Roth’s Rose Stem Cell Bio-Repair cream during the day, and Sarah Chapman’s Skinesis Overnight Facial Oil in the evening. “It smells like every flower on the planet is inside of it, and it makes your skin really soft—you can see the difference. I hate myself [in the morning] if I don’t put it on at night.” For frequent flights, she always carries on a face mist—Caudalie’s Beauty Elixir and May Lindstrom’s The Jasmine Garden are recent favorites—and Clarins Lotus Face Treatment Oil.

If her involved skin care routine seems at odds with her stance on hair and resistance to elaborate getting-ready rituals, which she refers to as a “colossal waste of time,” Al Qadiri welcomes the contradiction. “There’s always been a battle in me. I’m constantly trying to embrace and reject femininity.” Spoken like an artist who finds beauty in the contrasts.

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14 Ways to Air-Dry Your Hair (No Matter Your Hair Type)

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How To Detangle Your Hair Without Damaging It

If you’re detangling your hair by pulling a fine-toothed comb or paddle brush from the top of your head to the bottom, please stop now. This mistake can lead to split ends and single strand knots, which are nearly impossible to get rid of without cutting them out. 

According to Scunci celebrity hairstylist Laura Polko, you detangle hair by always starting from the very bottom and working your way up, like this: 

 

Creme of Nature Education Expert Pat Grant Williams says it is best to prep and soften hair for detangling by applying a few spritzes of water, or a cocktail of conditioner and oil. “The cocktail of conditioner and oil as a lubricant makes the hair more pliable and easier to manage,” she says. “Gently work the conditioner and oil from ends to roots, concentrating on tangles and knots. Remove any hair that sheds during the detangling process.”

This method makes it is easier to detangle knots by working up the hair, which causes less stress on strands and helps to avoid additional tangles.

Both experts agree that the best detangling “tool” are your fingers. “Finger-combing really breaks up the major tangles and you can actually feel with your hands where the tangles are,” says Polko. “Again, be super patient to avoid breaking hair.”

Williams also recommends using a medium-toothed comb for fine to medium textured hair and a wide-toothed comb for thick and coarse hair. “Look for a comb made of hard rubber, which is the best type to use, because they do not split and tear the hair,” she says.

While Williams believes finger-detangling on dry hair that is coated with oil will likely give the best results, hair is easier to detangle when wet. She adds, “The hair structure is made up of 97 percent keratin protein. Hair is the linking together of protein groups. The weakest bond in the hair can be temporarily broken with water. This temporary breakdown of the bonds allows for easier altering of the hair.”

Also, there are products designed to help detangle wet hair. Shop our editors’ picks below for products that will make the process as smooth as possible.

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Jennifer Lopez Just Chopped Her Hair Even Shorter

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Chrissy Teigen’s Slicked-Back Hair And More Celebrity Looks We Loved This Week

After finally getting into a summer workout groove, the HuffPost Lifestyle editors have been discussing ways to wear our hair when it’s not completely dry. Thankfully, we’ve got plenty of “wet hair” inspiration from the celebrities who topped this week’s beauty list.

Lily Collins styled her growing-out pixie in a sleek and sexy ‘do for the Lancôme 80th Anniversary Party during Paris Couture Fashion Week. Both Jessica Alba and Irina Shayk kept it simple on the red carpet with center-parted and gelled strands. Meanwhile, Chrissy Teigen played with dual textures by smoothing down the crown of her “bronde” locks and keeping the long layers in the back soft and flowy.

See these slicked-back hairstyles below, plus our tips and product recommendations to help you recreate the looks. Then tell us which star gets your vote for best beauty look.


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Here’s to Heat-Wave Hair That Works: From Kristen Stewart’s Short Crop to Joan Smalls’s Easy Bun

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Lest you plan to spend the rest of the summer in a codependent relationship with your air conditioner, a breezy go-to hairstyle that actually benefits from some humidity-induced texture is key. Spotted in New York today, Gigi Hadid took a break from shower-fresh topknots and kept cool with a bushy high ponytail that would have felt just as right on the beach, while over in Paris, Joan Smalls took advantage of the added grip that comes with a little seasonal frizz by tying her hair into a neat, thick bun. And with her freshly cut short crop falling into wavy, air-dried pieces, Kristen Stewart was a walking testament to the built-in benefit of embracing an androgynous edge: A gloriously exposed nape of the neck.

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Hair Magic, Bottled: 8 After-Sun Products to Make Damage Disappear

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The holiday weekend likely found you partaking in a variety of sun-drenched revelry. And while a pre-barbecue slathering of SPF cream may have kept skin hydrated, your hair is a different story. Sea-soaked, pool-dipped, generally exposed lengths are due for a bit of after-sun damage control—and the best restorative hair treatments this season start at the root.

Pre-rinse, reach for a softening scalp and hair oil like Phyto’s Huile D’Alès Hydrating Treatment, which, when left on for 30 minutes before washing, infuses hair with a blend of humidity-proofing castor, sage, lemon, rosemary, and juniper berry oils, or Rahua’s Hair Elixir, which transforms dry strands using a natural nut oil harvested in the Amazon rainforest and used for centuries by local women.

If build-up is the issue, O&M Original Detox Shampoo’s blend of cooling Australian river mint and peppermint oil removes chlorine—making the right conditioner that much more effective. Davines Su Hair Mask can be combed through for a day at the beach to minimize color fading and damage and used afterward to restore with antioxidant Vitamin C and shea butter. For good measure, try a lightweight tonic to smooth the cuticle, whether it’s Rodin by Recine’s addictive alchemic concoction of eight essential oils—apricot, calendula, sweet almond, sunflower, and neroli amongst them—or Fekkai’s Après Soleil Crème. Here, eight products designed to bring parched hair back to life, ensuring good memories and a healthy glow will be the only remnants of a long weekend spent sun-worshipping.

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The Secret to Getting Good Beach Waves: A Guide for Every Hair Texture

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With city dwellers across the country spiriting away to the beach this weekend, we’re predicting a rise in carefree surf-tousled hair. Rivaling the most coveted beauty benefits of a day at the shore (including Vitamin D and calorie-torching activity), the bombshell appeal of ocean-infused waves is so celebrated that almost every beauty brand has made an attempt to bottle it. And it seems they have. According to editorial hair gurus Harry Josh and Renato Campora, a seaside jaunt isn’t necessary for authentic-looking salt-sprayed strands. “Texture is the key,” says Josh, who explains that the best way to re-create it is to first consider your own hair type, then invest in the right products.

In fact, for those blessed with naturally wavy hair, a texturizing mist, like John Frieda Sea Waves Salt Spray will do all the work in “amping up your hair to greatness,” says Josh. “It smells like the beach and will help activate the wave” à la Gisele or Daria.  Meanwhile, tight curls can rely on thick, heavier wax to relax their natural coils into looser waves. Very straight hair will need the gritty assistance of Bumble and Bumble’s Surf Spray, and fine strands can find body and movement with the help of a light cream. For example, on towel-dried hair, Campora creates a “weightless” foundation for grip with Number 4 Texture Styling Crème. “It gives you a little bit of control.” Then, to encourage a loose curl, “Toss your head over and scrunch it every five or ten minutes until it dries,” says Josh. Though a quicker route to a finished product can be found with a blow-dryer (on low power and high heat) and a diffuser.

No matter your hair, Campora recommends topping off the look with a blast of Orlando Pita dry shampoo at the roots, for a volumizing effect that speaks of the ocean, not of layers of product. “You don’t want your hair to get heavy, so you can keep this in your bag to give yourself volume whenever you need it, without feeling like [there’s anything in it.]” Meaning the look will last as long as your shampoo cycle—or your next great coastal getaway.

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Tousled Updos, Sexy Wavy Hair, And More Celebrity Looks We Loved This Week

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Summer temps are steadily rising and celebrities are showing us how to keep it cool with wavy hairstyles.

Nicole Scherzinger let her honey blonde locks hang loose for an appearance at the AOL BUILD Speaker Series. Evangeline Lilly made the promo rounds for Marvel’s “Ant-Man” film sporting a wob, also known as the wavy bob. Meanwhile, Jenna Dewan-Tatum looked absolutely stunning on the red carpet for the London premiere of “Magic Mike XXL” with her tousled updo.

With the right amount of texturizing product and little to no heat styling, anyone can embrace and enhance their natural texture to recreate these sizzling summer ‘dos.

Check out these sexy wavy hairstyles below, plus our tips and product picks to get the looks. Then tell us which celebrity tops your best list in the comments section.


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All You Ever Wanted to Know About Laser Hair Removal

I took the plunge into Laser Hair Removal four years ago, when a friend that finished her treatments lifted her arm to show me the smooth softness that lay underneath. This was an underarm that had been to Laserland and come back rejuvenated, hairless and content. I needed to go to there.

As a medium-hairy Russian Jewess, body hair and how to remove it has been a preoccupation of mine since high school. I can’t even count the numerous nicks and cuts from shaving endured from dull razors, the painful aftermath of ingrown hairs, the red bumps and the overall itchiness. And how do I ever get past the trauma of having a strange woman pour wax onto my nether regions as I lay, vulnerable in a cold room, legs splayed out in the air, completely at the mercy of her yanking skills. There had to be a better way. And with laser, I was hoping to find it.

Like most people thinking about taking the plunge, I asked myself if would it be worth the price (it’s not even that expensive anymore), if it would hurt (sometimes, but not in the way you think), or if it would even work! (On specific body parts, it works wonderfully). Sure laser was permanent, more expensive and potentially dangerous (we’ve all heard the horror stories of scarring), but was my normal hair removal routine any better? If I never had to walk into another nail salon while a judgmental hairless Asian woman surveyed my bikini line with a sigh and shake of the head, it would be worth it.

Now, several years past that first treatment, I may be a few hundred dollars poorer, but oh so much smoother and so much happier about my body hair — or lack there of. All my friends that have gotten laser are thrilled with the results, including several men that swear by it (not everyone blessed with a full chest of hair wants that full chest of hair). With affordable salons popping up all over the city, this once costly option is now barely more expensive than a high-end waxing salon. So, for those of you thinking of joining me in Laserland, read on for helpful tips for embarking on your own laser journey.

Laser hair removal works best on light skin and dark hair. I swear by the Candela laser, but there are many other brands, including newer ones for dark skin and dark hair, like the Yag laser.
Can I get it — anywhere…? Almost. As far as I know, eyebrows or any other hair near your eyes is a no go, but the rest of your bodacious wonderland is fair game. This includes Brazilian, that pesky nipple hair and even the anus (which surprisingly didn’t even hurt) TMI? This is a post about removing body hair, so, yeah.
How much is this going to cost me? I’ve found amazing Groupon deals ranging from $ 99 – $ 300 for six sessions on a medium to large area. Buying in bulk will serve you best, as a la carte options range from $ 50 a session (underarms) to $ 300 (Brazilian) — Yikes! However, with salons popping up everywhere and a deal to be had on numerous discount sites, I really see no reason to pay full price. Just commit and buy a package already – if you end up backing out, gift it to your best friend — s/he will thank you.
You will need to shave the area you want lasered a day or two before your appointment. So if you are going Brazilian down there, get cracking and don’t forget your, um — crack. Some places charge a fee for shaving you — yes, I did just write those words. Wouldn’t you prefer to just shave yourself — it will be one of the last times you will ever have to again!
Pain factor I found the first four or five sessions to be quite manageable. However, waiting too long between subsequent sessions increases the pain tenfold, so stick to the schedule discussed with your technician (usually 6 weeks between treatments).
How does it feel? I can only describe it as a rubber band snapping followed by a cooling sensation. Plus, they give you orange tinted safety goggles to wear while you’re being zapped, making it easier to go to your happy place where pain does not exist. More intimate areas hurt more. If you really can’t handle the pain, most places offer numbing lotion you can put on beforehand, but it costs a pretty penny.
Can I go during my lunch break? A laser treatment is surprisingly quick, depending on your technician’s style and how many breaks you need due to how painful you find it. I’ve been in and out in under three minutes, while Brazilian can take about ten – fifteen. Each zap kills a hair in a second and no area is zapped twice, so even if it hurts, the laser quickly moves on to a new place.
Results Will Vary. I’ve gotten my bikini line, underarms, arms and legs lasered to varying results. I’m told laser treatment is most effective on very dark, coarse hair. I have had less successful results on my arms (too light and thin) and medium results on my legs (it grows in patches). However, my underarms and bikini results are a godsend and it is amazing to throw on a bathing suit, wear a tank top or change in a public area without having to worry about any hairy surprises.
Tanning & Laser Don’t do it at least four weeks before and two weeks after a treatment. I recommend starting treatments in the fall, as it will take about a year to get the recommended 6-10 sessions in before you want to be on the beach with the new, smoother you.

Make sure you read the reviews of the salon you choose to frequent — you definitely want a place with licensed technicians that know what they are doing. In New York City, I can personally vouch for Pulse Laser and Satori Laser salon, two clean places with pleasant and qualified technicians that often run great promotions.

I wish you luck on your laser journey — should you decide to take it (which, if you haven’t already garnered from this post, I highly recommend you do). Because unlike that N’SYNC tattoo you got when you were in high school, the permanent results from laser hair removal are something you will never regret.

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Just in Time for Father’s Day: A Survey of Facial Hair from Abraham Lincoln to Will Ferrell

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Facial hair is not a subject people are dispassionate about. For Jeeves, P. G. Wodehouse’s brainy arbiter of decorum, who believed that “A man’s character is better displayed through his actions than his attempts at facial hair,” there was no room for gray area (or stubble). The razor ruled. Whereas, until 1916, British soldiers were required to wear moustaches.

Facial hair is literally a sign of masculinity, as its appearance marks a boy’s biological entry into manhood. But its symbolic meaning is always in flux. In classical Greece, philosophers wore beards; later they’d be favored by counterculture beatniks and “turn on, tune in, drop out” hippies who rejected their Gillettes along with gray flannel suits. In the seventies and eighties, the bushy mustaches of Burt Reynolds and Tom Selleck reminded us that facial hair can be associated with virility and sex appeal, while the Anonymous hacktivists have adopted fearsome Guy Fawkes masks to mark their vigilante status. (Take that Yosemite Sam.)

But we have the hipsters—all those tattooed, man-bunned and bearded baristas—to thank for giving facial hair a fashion twist and, who, in trickle-up fashion, have made a hirsute handsomeness popular among Hollywood types from Fifty Shades’s Jamie Dornan to Night’s Watch commander Kit Harington.

What better way to celebrate Father’s Day, than a look at the ever-growing popularity of facial hair?

 

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15 Images That Show Women’s Body Hair Is Bold And Beautiful

From Frida Kahlo’s brows to Miley Cyrus’ armpits — women past and present have proven that body hair can be bold and beautiful.

Bustle writer Erin McKelle Fischer is highlighting more of these bold and beautiful body hair-positive women by declaring June 8 to be #BodyHairDay. To celebrate with Fischer, we’ve rounded up images of body hair-positive women flaunting their fabulous fur.

In an article introducing the first annual body hair holiday, Fischer explained her reasons for creating the celebratory day. “As a woman, I’ve been told since I was a teenager that having body hair is gross and that I should remove it no matter what,” she wrote on Bustle. “But I wasn’t uncomfortable with my body hair — other people were. I want people to realize that women and others who have been minoritized for having body hair (or not removing it) are not gross or unhygienic. And that more importantly, we exist.”

Historically, women’s body hair has been repeatedly stigmatized and censored. While women are so often told body hair is not feminine, there are tons of ladies who do in fact flaunt their natural body hair.

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Oh, Madonna. You never cease to amaze us with your honesty, resilience and ever-changing look.

Our favorite “Material Girl” debuted some brand new fuchsia ombré on Instagram Thursday, proving that she is as on trend as ever. She and Daniel Moon, the colorist who gave her the new look, posted matching photos. Madonna’s reads: “Rise and Shine NY!!!#bitchimmadonna” Because of course.

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