By Kate Winn Oct 25, The Warsaw, Ont. Kim Hennekam, a mom from Omemee, Ont.
But after having the bleach on for 20 minutes, the nursing assistant knew something was wrong when her scalp began to burn. She said: "I used the same bleach and developers that I had before. I never expected anything to go wrong.
Color whether boxed or professional is the quickest way to up the ante on your look. From natural blondes to out-of-the-box color combos pun intendedthe hottest hues of the year truly run the gamut. When it comes to current trends, celebrity colorist Aura Friedman thinks a few key looks will stand the test of time.
Riley O'Brien, 18, from Colchester, applied a box of Garnier Nutrisse Cream permanent dye without doing a patch test first- because she'd used the product before. Unfortunately the nursery worker suffered such a severe allergic reaction that she was left with chemical burns. Riley's been dying her hair since she was years-old and she says that she's always careful to do a patch test when using a new box.
One of the best parts of being a teenager is experimenting with different looks and finding your own style. If your teen is in this stage right now, it can actually be a lot of fun to join in with it, rather than thwarting their desire to try out different things with clothes, hair, and make-up. It can also be a really fun thing to do together and a great way to bond.
It pretty much goes without saying that when it comes to beauty, there aren't any rules anymore. Want to rock a highlighter you can see from space? Rihanna 's got you covered.
Candy-colored locks, once reserved for only the most fearless of hair chameleons, have emerged as the hair trend of the summer. Celebs like Ellie Goulding, Katy Perry, and Kylie Jenner are no strangers to playing around with fantasy colors, and we saw it on the fall runways this past season as well, with baby pink strands making a splash at Gucci and Louis Vuitton, with models like Fernanda Ly, the rosy-haired exclusive at the aforementioned LV show. More recently, a previously platinum Debby Ryan took to Instagram to share her new half-green, half-pink splithair situation.
While your brunette teen may think that blondes have more fun, she doesn't necessarily have to fry her hair and go platinum to fit in. If your teen is asking to try a new hair hue, get creative and help her decide on a cute color that complements her already brown locks. Whether she chooses -- with your help -- a permanent dye, temporary wash-out color or deeply shaded clip-on extensions, your teen can make a change in her appearance that fits her personality to a tee.
With all the celebs making major hair switch-ups hello, King Kylie and T. But color is a major expense, time commitment, and will seriously change your hair. Here, pros share everything you need to know before you sit in that chair.
By Rod Ardehali For Mailonline. Shocking photos show how Georgina Paraskeva's face ballooned to double its size after reportedly using the Clairol Nice 'N Easy hair dye last November. The year-old, who said she was temporarily blinded, believes she is lucky to be alive after suffering the allergic reaction to Paraphenylenediamine PPD - a chemical found in dark hair dyes.