When I dyed my naturally black hair to silver last December, and then purple-pink in February, I faced a steep hair care learning curve. It opened up a whole world of products and techniques my formerly low-maintenance self never even knew about. The best way I learned was to talk to women with brightly dyed hair—I'd literally stop them in the street and ask them what shampoo they used. Thankfully, you won't need to do that. We asked experts who have tried every wild color under the sun how they keep their hair looking vibrant and feeling healthy. Judging by the ongoing unicorn craze, this will come in handy for all of you ready to take the rainbow-colored plunge.
Make like Dree and Andreea and know that deep rouge is always a good idea.
Our pick is Chanel’s matte lip.
Roasted Eggplant Sabich Sandwiches
Sabich, a popular Israeli street food, is a pita-busting combination of a bunch of great appetizers. To serve these to a group, you can set out the assorted fillings on individual plates and platters and let guests build their own.
Fyre Festival has become internet famous for all of the wrong reasons. From its terrifying campsite, to reports of feral dogs roaming the island, the elite music festival in the Bahamas definitely hasn't gone to plan. And now, people are turning on Fyre Festival promoters Bella Hadid, Kendall Jenner, and other celebrities who advertised the event.
As the weather starts to warm up, it makes sense to switch up your skincare regime for the new season. Out with the heavy creams and rich lotions, in with lightweight textures and glow-boosting ingredients ideal for right now. The latest launches rely on innovative technologies and clever ingredients - think Chanel's camellia micro-droplets and Vichy's probiotic blend - whilst cult formulas have had new-season updates. Shop Vogue's pick of the best here.