The proud papa got a little overly enthusiastic when it came to helping his son get ready for the first day of filming on his new movie.
Having recently walked the Vanity Fair Oscar Party red carpet with a pin-straight platinum bob (and inspiring us to fire up our straightening irons), Katy Perry has us rethinking our looks again with the debut of a new shaggy crop. The artfully messy pixie style—courtesy of Chris McMillan—accentuates her bone structure and gives us major Natalie Imbruglia […]
Frizz happens. It can seem unavoidable, especially now that rainy and humid days are upon us.
After months of sporting hair down to her back, the 36-year-old reality star was ready for a change!
Our favorite part of celebrity interviews is when they spill their beauty secrets, especially when those secrets involve DIYing at-home hair remedies…
Whether it is vibrant hair colour or subtle highlights, you are likely to find that the colour fades over time, and some fade faster than others! As we are curious to find out why, we consulted some of Singapore’s best hair colour specialists to understand more about colours. Read on to find out the major factors affecting how fast your hair colour fades.
Different hairstylists, however, seem to differ on whether cool or warm tone colours are best for people with cool or warm undertones. According to Carmen from Picasso Hair Studio, ash colours are considered cool tones and are best suited for people with cool undertones. On the other hand, Noel from HARTS Salon believes that people with warm tones actually look better with ash colours as warm undertones and warm colours may cause the overall look to look too reddish.
One of the perks of being an Asian is that your hair grows faster than other races, at a rate of 1.3cm a month. Asian hair also has greater elasticity and is said to be the most elastic of all the races! Heat stimulates circulation, which in turn encourages hair growth.