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The stress of being the most powerful leader in the Western world while attempting to rescue a fledgling economy, help millions of Americans who are out of work and end international conflict has to manifest somewhere.
For President Barack Obama — like so many of his White House predecessors — the job’s stresses have gone straight to his tresses.
The 49-year-old leader has been the first to acknowledge — and even joke about — his rapidly graying hair which has grown noticeably whiter since he assumed office two years ago. In fact, the salt-and-pepper look started during sleepless nights on the campaign trail. Continue reading… Keep reading »
Whoa there, Mary-Kate and Ashley! What’s up with the Rainbow Brite attack? We’re not sure why the Olsens are going around with these cherry red and neon yellow locks, but it definitely brings us back to our teenage years when changing your hair color was the only form of rebellion your parents couldn’t truly hate you for. (Not that that stopped us from getting stupid tattoos and piercings.) Back in middle school, my friends and I would streak our hair with Kool-Aid, preferring to highlight in red a single hanging lock near the front of the face. Problem was, we became so addicted to Kool-Aid color that it sometimes temporarily turned our hair gray from over-dying. On the more extreme end, I once came home from a trip to see my sister in L.A. with a head full of cherry-red hair, courtesy of Manic Panic.
Have any hilarious hair dye stories? Share them in the comments after the jump! We’ll re-post the three most embarrassing/naive/unfortunate anecdotes in a post later this week! [Stylelist] Keep reading »
Hair is a big deal in Hollywood, and if we listen to the rumors on RadarOnline.com, Megan Fox may have lost her role in “Transformers 3” due to a home hair-coloring mishap. Megan supposedly tried to dye her hair black the day before meeting with Paramount studio execs. Her locks apparently looked so bad that they sent her to Sally Hershberger’s Los Angeles salon, where five people worked on Megan’s hair after opening the salon especially for her. “It cost the studio thousands of dollars to transform her black hair to minky brown,” said a source. “In Hollywood, a box hair color can ruin a career.” This seems a bit harsh and dramatic to us, considering that hair colors and styles aren’t too difficult to change, but that’s Hollywood for ya! Have you ever had a disastrous at-home hair-coloring experience? [RadarOnline.com] Keep reading »
L’Oreal recently invited editors to go check out what they call a “revolution” in haircare: INOA, a new permanent dye that aims to color hair sans ammonia, long revered by colorists as the only way to get serious results. But let’s be honest here; anyone who’s ever suffered the toxic fumes and noticed strawlike hair after a dye job won’t be missing the ingredient much, right? Keep reading »