He celebrates his work with a dance and admits that he's still working on other hairstyles, including a braid.
Whether or not it's a wig, we don't know, but Suki Waterhouse just debuted a bright blonde pixie cut—her shortest hairstyle yet. See pics of her new look here.
Meagan Good has starred in plenty of iconic movies over the years, but a personal favorite is her role in 2004's You Got Served. At last night's premiere of The Star, the actress wore a hairstyle worthy of both letters: a fresh set of blonde goddess locs, done by stylist Dr. Kari Williams (who you may recognize from our latest Skin Deep video). Dr. Williams and Good have worked together since 2015, but this appointment was a little different.
It’s been quite the year for Dove Cameron. Not only did Descendants 2 air earlier this summer (c’mon we know you watched!), but…
"Shorty just flatironed my hair," said Cardi B. "Didn't glue my front, didn't style it. All she did was press my hair with a flatiron."
While the "Cheers" actress had the leading-lady thing down early on, she insists that it has always taken work to get her camera-ready.
Husband-and-wife photography team Kahran and Regis Bethencourt of CreativeSoul Photography are encouraging little girls of color to embrace their textured locks with her AfroArt series.
Lay off her hair. Portland-based creative Momo Pixel has created a game called Hair Nah , in response to women constantly touching her hair. In the game, you play a black woman who's on her way to catch a flight. What's stopping her from boarding? People incessantly touching her hair. SEE ALSO: Lupita Nyong'o calls out UK magazine for photoshopping her hair The purpose of the 8-bit game is pretty simple. Swat as many hands off as they make their way towards your head. Players also get to customise their hairstyle and skin tone. Image: hair nah/screenshotOnce you get to the end of the game, you're rewarded with this piece of wisdom: Image: HAIR NAH/SCREENSHOTAccording to Momo, who tweets as @MomoUhOh, she designed, wrote, art directed and sang the music for the game. Many users on Twitter were quick to share their personal experiences of people touching their hair. I LOVE THIS SO MUCH. 👏🏿 👏🏿 👏🏿 It's like something out of a nightmare but it's real life. Hair Nah. A new travel game about a black woman tired of people touching her hair. https://t.co/Vmu243wRk2 #hairnah — Eunice (@ewnndungu) November 16, 2017 Yo this game is fire, bc it highlights social issues in a real way (shouts out to those background comments that are a lil too real) AND I got to finally go to Havana, even if it was only pretend https://t.co/omo9pfWTlt #hairnah — Jordan Kira (@jordankira) November 15, 2017 Lol I can so relate. There must be something magical about afro ponies b/c every single white woman at my job tried to touch it. Words were said, and I don't regret it. Great job! 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 — Qwassie (@Qwassie) November 16, 2017 My earliest memory was when I was 2yrs old and my sisters friends were "petting" my hair. I relate to this so much! 🙌🏿🙌🏿🙌🏿 — Jarryd Huntley 🔜✈️ Austin (@JarrydHuntley) November 15, 2017 My girlfriend of 5 years is half black with ✨amazing✨hair and the sheer AUDACITY of the old white women who touch her hair disturbs me. Like, WALKS UP FROM BEHIND NO WARNING audacity. Gives me chills. — Kelsomatic (@Kelsomatic) November 16, 2017 "Can I touch it?""Is it attached to your head?""So fluffy!"😭 https://t.co/CvPPl0auiG #hairnahThe black woman on the plane took me out pic.twitter.com/kNE1UbwO3f — Tatiana King Jones (@TatianaKing) November 16, 2017 It's not uncommon to hear women of colour talk about strangers who touch their natural hair without their consent. Momo, who is an art director at agency Wieden+Kennedy, explained that she had numerous experiences of people touching her hair without permission. "I’ll be walking, and a woman will reach her hands into my head. I’m talking to a teammate, and a coworker I just met is holding my hair in his hand," she said in an article on On She Goes. "The moment someone mentions my hair, I grab it to claim ownership." Momo adds that the main purpose of the game is to get people to realise their actions could be seen as offensive. "Who I’m really hoping to get are those women and men who may not really be paying attention to their actions or don’t see them as offensive," she says. "I hope they see themselves in this game and be like, 'Oh my God.' And then from there stop doing it." CLARIFICATION: Nov. 17, 2017, 10:25 a.m. SGT The comments from Momo Pixel were previously attributed to another Wieden+Kennedy staffer. This has been amended. WATCH: This inspiring 76-year-old lady defies her age in a deadlifting event
Real Housewives of New Jersey star Margaret said Josephs Rivers told her: "Don't ever change — wear the pigtails ... don't give up your trademark."
J.Crew has critics calling the brand out for irresponsible hairstyling. J.Crew is being called out on Twitter for irresponsibly styling a black model’s natural hair — and people have a lot to say about it. Atlanta-based makeup artist Dae Louise took to Twitter to post a screenshot from J.Crew’s website where a model is pictured with what’s supposed to be a “messy bun” — but is really just a mess.
"I remember being so new to the Army that I didn't even know how to comb my hair. ... I started by asking anyone with neat Army hair how they did it. My sheltered hair world opened up as I was introduced to fake buns, donut foam, and weaves."
Unicorn hair, rainbow hair, sherbert hair… It doesn’t matter where the inspiration for vibrant, multicolored locks comes from — we love it….
Taking to social media after her hair was edited in a photo, the actress says she does magazine covers so she can represent the beauty of “dark, kinky-haired people.” Nyong’o’s hair and her style inspiration have been misrepresented before.
Laetitia Ky, an Ivory Coast native, uses her locks to tell stories, shaping her hair into images on top of her head, proving that art comes in all forms.
While the 44-year-old's new hue is definitely head-turning, it's not the first (and probably not the last) time the “Happy” singer revealed a big switch.
Stranger Things is back. A hush has fallen over the town of Hawkins, and no one is talking about what happened last year to Will Byers.
It wasn't that long ago that the Unicode Consortium, the brain behind our beloved emojis, created an option for different skin tones. After what feels like thousands of phone updates — and emojis no one asked for — users are perplexed that somehow red hair is still not a foreseeable option. Well, it looks like the Unicode Consortium heard our rallying tweets: A red hair emoji is coming soon, along with a handful of other emojis — including a superhero, a swan, and a microbe — so the future of the language is looking bright.