Kylie Jenner has changed up her hairstyle again, and the color might shock you. The youngest Kardashian-Jenner sister debuted a highlighter yellow lob on Snapchat, paired with the ever-popular puppy filter, just in time for Coachella. And no, we don't mean blonde: we mean yellow.
Skip navigation! Story from Beauty. As each competitor took her turn in the stylist's chair before the Miss Teen USA pageant, Kaliegh Garris put the finishing touches on her own curls, picking out the coils and scrunching in shine serum.
DALLAS -- A Texas high school senior battling brain cancer has won the fight to wear her blue-black wig after school officials told her it was a violation of the dress code. Pepper, 17, has been battling her second bout of brain cancer. A week before her senior year, she made the tough decision to shave her long, braided hair, which had started falling out from cancer treatments.
DALLAS, Texas - A Texas high school senior battling brain cancer has won the fight to wear her blue-black wig after school officials told her it was a violation of the dress code. Pepper, 17, has been battling her second bout of brain cancer. A week before her senior year, she made the tough decision to shave her long, braided hair, which had started falling out from cancer treatments. The teen documented her journey throughout her treatments on YouTube.
When Cliff Vmir was growing up in Delaware, he developed an interest in playing with the fringe on his mother's clothes. It wasn't until his teenage years that he understood his curiosity was a premature fascination with hair. After his father left home, a move prompted by Vmir's desire to attend cosmetology school, Vmir got busy styling hair on his friends, using public transportation to get around before establishing his own at-home salon experience for a growing client base.
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A kindhearted Grantham teenager has chopped off her waist-length hair to donate to a charity which makes wigs for young cancer patients. Abigail Lee, 15, of Sunningdale, had 15 inches of her hair cut off at Scots Hair Design, Swinegate, on Saturday, for The Little Princess Trust, who provide free real hair wigs to children and young adults, who have lost their own hair due to cancer treatment and other illnesses. We had heard about The Little Princess Trust, but after finding out more about what they do, Abigail decided that she wanted to help.