Tag: Color

Study finds our visual world of color is largely incorrect

Color awareness has long been a puzzle for researchers in neuroscience and psychology, who debate over how much color observers really perceive. A study from Dartmouth in collaboration with Amherst College finds that people are aware of surprisingly limited color in their peripheral vision; much of our sense of a colorful visual world is likely

Healthcare challenges faced by transgender people of color

Transgender people who are also racial and ethnic minorities have a difficult time finding a healthcare setting where all aspects of their identity are welcome, understood and addressed. In a new study published in the October issue of the Journal of General Internal Medicine, a research team from the University of Chicago Medicine shows how

Paris Jackson Just Dyed Her Hair Watermelon Pink

Paris Jackson has had nearly every hair color in the book, from blonde to unicorn colors to peach. She almost always gets her hair done by Nine Zero One Salon's Riawna Capri, a hair color genius who just transformed her look yet again. That's right — as of Saturday, Jackson can be seen sporting a

Cardi B Just Debuted a Beautiful Blue Hair Color

Cardi B may have baby-proofed her trademark long nails for newborn daughter, Kulture, but her new hairstyle is still all Bardi. Last night, she took to Instagram to debut a new, blue wig that looks so perfect on her you'd swear she was born with aqua hair. The look is pin-straight with parted side bangs,

UV Protection Methods Low in Individuals With Skin of Color

MONDAY, July 9, 2018 — Many individuals with skin of color do not know that they need comprehensive photoprotection to prevent skin cancer and photoaging, according to an article published in Dermatology Times. Although individuals from all races can develop skin cancers in sun-exposed sites, many patients with skin of color are not aware that