E! forces Khloe Kardashian to dye her hair back to brunette

Khloe Kardashian has returned to her brunette roots. “I had to dye my hair back to brown,” she announced on her Twitter page. “I love being a brunette don’t get me wrong but red was SOO much fun! I was only red for a like a week :(,” says the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, who had debuted the auburn color at the People’s Choice Awards on January 5th.

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Julianna Margulies’ Hairstylist Spills on How He Got Her 2011 Golden Globes Look

Julianna Margulies’ braided chignon looked great at the Golden Globes on Sunday night! Read on for tips from hairstylist Matthew Monzon on how to get the look after the jump! More »


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Jennifer Aniston: “The Rachel was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen!”

Jennifer Aniston has a famous head of hair — but you’d be surprised at what she thinks of her most copied coif.

“Have there been disasters? I think that’s a very relative term with hair. Let’s say there have been moments I’d rather not relive, like that whole Rachel thing,” she tells Allure of the ‘Friends’ ‘do that started it all.

“I love Chris [McMillan, her hairstylist], and he’s the bane of my existence at the same time because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look. How do I say this? I think it was the ugliest haircut I’ve ever seen. What I really want to know is, how did that thing have legs? Let’s just say I’m not a fan of short, layered cuts on me personally, so I don’t love revisiting that particular era,” she adds.

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EasyTips For Younger Looking Skin

Everyone wants to look their best. A fresh, youthful look is sought after to increase the chances of getting a job, attracting a mate or just to boost self confidence.

Youth seekers often turn to extreme diets, weight loss and eventually plastic surgery as a solution.

However, the most expensive and radical procedures and products are not always the best answer. The most important lesson Dr. Gerald Imber (www.drimber.com) has learned from performing several thousand facelifts is that looking young and staying young is about more than surgery.
Following are some of the easiest steps you can take advantage of today to start to slow (and reverse) the effects of aging. They incorporate Dr. Imber’s modern take on anti-aging and unique philosophy of prevention * maintenance * correction.

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