From the daily archives: "Wednesday, April 8, 2015"

kylie jenner

Kylie Jenner’s blue ombre locks may give you some serious hair envy, but fashion-colored hair requires lots of commitment and maintenance. Hair chalk offers a temporary way to channel your inner Jenner without breaking the bank, and rinses out for the office on Monday. In the notes, find creative ways to use these products to update your look for spring. –– Olivia Paladino

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longhair

Maybe you have always wanted Rapunzel hair or perhaps you’re suddenly having length-lust after chopping your hair into a bob. Whatever your reason for wanting long hair, there’s no getting around the fact that it’s tough to wait and results don’t just happen overnight (unless you’re opting for extensions). Still there are a few tips and tricks on speeding up the process. Just have a little patience and long hair will be yours in no-time. Click through to style notes to get the details. –– Michelle Rotbart

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chlorine green

If you’re a blonde you know that swimming pools come with a particular risk: the greenish cast that can result from chlorine. The green color isn’t actually chlorine, but chlorine does open the cuticle, allowing water into the strand and it also oxidizes small particles of metal in the water, turning them green. Learn to reverse this chemical process, and get your hair back to it’s normal shade, in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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bald

The probability of developing cancer at some point in your life is about 40%. Most of us have a close encounter with the disease, either through a friend, a family member, or personal experience. You probably know that cancer treatments like chemotherapy and radiation can cause hair loss, but you may not know how these drugs affect your scalp, how long it takes hair to grow back, or if it’s safe to color hair during treatment. We’ve got the answers to these questions and more in the style notes. –– Laura Martin

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