From Zayn Malik to Luke Evansseemingly every A-list man has converted to blindingly blond hair over the past year. But does it work in real life? Two GQ staffers decided to join the platinum movement - all in the name of research.
I was 5, and one of only a handful of Asian-Americans living in a predominantly white suburb in Michigan. For Liz Rim, a stylist at the IGK Salon in the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan who began processing her strands five years ago, blond hair was her way of fitting in. Rim said.
A blonde, a redhead, and a brunette were all lost in the desert. They found a lamp and rubbed it. A genie popped out and granted them each one wish. The redhead wished to be back home.
Orlando Bloom joined the ranks of dudes with bleached hair and we have to say, the look suits him. That said, like many men every man? Otherwise, go to a reputable salon see: Yelp and pay good money to have the job done.
The night before my first appointment at Sally Hershberger Downtown, I examined my dark mane closer than I ever have in all my years as an Asian that's a lot of years. The way the small lamp on my nightstand bounced off my crown, creating a half-circle glow that starkly contrasted with my black hair, like a halo above my visage, almost moved me to tears. Was I getting cold feet?
Asian man and blond woman, light bulb. Royalty-Free Stock Photo. Download preview. Portrait of an Asian businessman and a blond businesswoman standing near a oconcrete wall with a large and colorful light bulb sketch.
Traditionally in China, women with lighter skin are said to be more beautiful and precious than the ones with darker skin. In the past, women avoided sunshine because those with darker skin were thought of as field workers. Today, light skin is still associated with class and many beauty products marketed in China lighten the skin tone.