Now that the school year as started, your little ones could be bringing home more than just homework in those backpacks. Lice is one of the biggest problems families face this time every year.
Bob Rasset spent hours, at the Regency Hair Institute in Minnetonka getting ready for the big night. His granddaughter was coloring his hair pink, to get him ready for the Tough Enough To Wear Pink Rodeo in Buffalo.
Teased hair, pink hair and overflowing hair. Minneapolis looked a bit like Milan in Monday at the Walker Art Center.
Thinning hair, receding hairlines, and bald spots: they’re unwelcome signs of the inevitable for as many as 80 percent of all men.
Men across the Gustavus Adolphus College campus sported mustaches throughout the month of November, hoping to raise men’s health awareness over the past 30 days, and if you ask assistant athletic director Jared Phillips, he’ll say the fuzzy inaugural Movember event shows potential for even more … growth.
No, it’s not a mustache-only gang (although that’d be a sweet clique to be in). And it’s not Burt Reynolds look-alike month. Well, at least not intentionally.
Check out this great video from 2010 that has gone viral again.
When Bud Moen first picked up his comb and shears, Dwight Eisenhower was president. Ten presidents and 58 years later, Moen is still clipping away.
Kids are usually influenced by their peers. However, a special group of 4th graders influenced their friends and even some parents to make a big change.
St. Cloud State University is remodeling its national hockey center to handle the crowds.
As children head back to school over the next couple weeks, there’s always a chance they could bring home more than just books and homework.
Of all the great, crazy, fun, fascinating aspects of being on Twitter and following the Olympics, there are also some startlingly obnoxious, irrelevant, and degrading aspects to the medium as well.
Hair salon operator Regis Corp. is selling hair replacement services provider Hair Club for Men and Women to Japan’s Aderans Co. for $163.5 million in cash.
Most of us start our day with a rinse, lather and repeat. Americans spend approximately $4 billion on shampoo every year. But does it matter if we use cheap or expensive shampoos?
For many cancer patients, one of the toughest parts of battling the disease is hair loss. It’s especially painful for young single women. Becky Gesswein knows exactly what that is like.