When it comes to taking care of our hair, many of us just stick to the basics: a little shampoo and a little conditioner. But there are many factors that can cause damage to our hair and require a little extra attention be paid.
When Parisians learned this month that President François Hollande paid his hairdresser more than $10,000 a month to cut his hair, a howl was heard from Montmartre to the Marais. Not since President Bill Clinton shut down two runways in 1993 for a $200 trim aboard Air Force One have the tresses of a head of state been so widely discussed. But as men’s upkeep has gone the way of female grooming – Botox, facials and waxing – so, too, has the high price of a haircut.
CLEVELAND - Republican politics hasn't been the only elephant in the room this week at the party's national convention at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland. There have been fashions (including elephant-adorned garb) that, while being far from the focus of the week's events, were hard to miss.
We all know money can’t buy happiness, but who can deny the thrill that a shiny new beauty product brings, even more so when it happens to deliver on what it promises? Ahead, you’ll find seven beauty products that deliver and then some.
Back in the day, sneakerheads had all kinds of homemade methods for cleaning their shoes: a Tide-to-Go pen, a little bleach with toothpaste or some dish detergent with water and a toothbrush to scrub away grime.
Come summer, the days will be longer – and so will the hemlines. (Hello, midi dresses.) Aside from those darling vintage-inspired dresses, the runways have also been foreshadowing lots of ultra-feminine styles for summer. New arrivals feature ruffles and pretty prints galore.
Wichita Battalion Chief Stuart Bevis said that a woman in her 60s died in an apartment fire at the Buttonwood Tree apartments at 9211 E. Harry. The fire was reported at 3:41 a.m. on July 27, 2016. (video by Jaime Green)
Woman dies in early morning apartment fire
Police briefing on missing teen found Tuesday
Nico Hernandez fights for family, and for gold, in Rio