Watch: Khloe Kardashian Goes Back to Blonde in Stunning New Look. Khloe Kardashian subverted expectations: While most celebs are shedding their summer locks for darker fall 'dos, the Keeping Up With the Kardashians alum underwent a total transformation and resurrected her fair-haired alter ego. Yes, Khloe is going platinum after Labor Day!
Father of girl, 7, who had hair cut off my school staffer files $1 million lawsuit alleging racial discrimination
MOUNT PLEASANT, MI — In March, a 7-year-old biracial girl’s hair was cut by a fellow student and then by a staffer at the Mount Pleasant elementary school she attended. The case went viral, sparking national outcry. Now, the girl’s father has filed a $1 million federal lawsuit against the...
Khloé Kardashian is back to blonde. After a few months of embracing darker hair (in various shades, of course), Kardashian shared new photos of straight, icy blonde hair and dark roots, giving fans flashbacks to 2018 and 2019, the last time she went platinum. In a new Instagram post, Kardashian showed off the work of pro colorist Tracey Cunningham and E! News reports that the new color is a "mix of warm and cool tones" that's 100% unique to Khloé.
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Six months after a 7-year-old girl’s hair was cut by a school worker without her parent’s permission, her father has sued the Michigan school district. Jimmy Hoffmeyer seeks $1 million from Mount Pleasant Public Schools, alleging it violated his biracial daughter’s constitutional rights. Two staffers at Ganiard Elementary School were also named in the lawsuit, in which the father makes racial discrimination and ethnic intimidation accusations.
A mid-Michigan father is taking Mt. Pleasant Public Schools to court to the tune of $1 million. In April, TV5 first reported about Jurnee Hoffmeyer who had her curly locks cut twice while at school. Her father was outraged by the incident and took to social media where his post went viral, prompting the school to apologize and launch an investigation.
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Tyler Police Department is searching for James Burks Jr, a 55 year old male from Tyler who is missing. Burks was last seen at a residence located in the 1600 block of Charlotte Dr. on Aug. 31, 2021 according to Tyler Police. He is 6-feet tall, 235 lbs., has short...
The father of a seven-year-old girl whose hair was cut by a teacher without parental permission is suing the school district and two staff members for $1m. Jimmy Hoffmeyer's lawsuit says the constitutional rights of his mixed-race daughter have been violated. He has pulled his daughter out of the school.
We’ve missed plenty of things this past year at home—hugging our friends, sharing bites of food and sips of wine at group dinners, trying on clothes in actual dressing rooms—but the thing we’ve missed most is the ability to get out there and see the world. Luckily, travel is slowly returning. Though its long-awaited reprise is something to celebrate, it can also feel stressful after so much time at home.
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WASHINGTON HEIGHTS, Manhattan (WABC) -- A Dominican Salon in Washington Heights is helping men, women, and children embrace their naturally curly hair. "I think as Black people and Black women, we are taught since we're very little that we came broken and so we got to fix it," said Carolina Contreras, founder and owner of Miss Rizos Salon. "But why do you have to fix something that was never really broken?"
Don’t be shy — Building your network is invaluable. You must put yourself out there! There are people out there who are doing or have done the same thing as you. You’ll find they’re often willing to help you not make the same mistakes they did. Plus, if they believe in you, they may help you make connections you usually wouldn’t have.