Glow-In-The-Dark Hair Is the Latest Fun Hair Trend to Light Up Your Life

Glow-in-the-dark hair is a new trend that will literally light up your life (and your locks). From vibrant rainbow manes to strands glowing in various neon shades and tresses resembling a jellyfish’s phosphorescence, this trend is being uniquely interpreted by both women and men. Wearers also love to style their locks in intricate braids, cascading curls, and quirky space buns to amplify the hair dye in unique patterns and designs.

Manic Panic’s High Voltage Classic Cream Formula is the hair dye behind many of these radiant looks, coming in appropriately named shades like “Hot Hot Pink” and “Electric Lizard.” There are also more subtle shades like “Virgin Snow” and “Raven” for those who prefer a natural-looking form of illumination (as natural as glow-in-the-dark hair could possible be). As one can imagine, glow-in-the-dark (or blacklight) hair makes for an unusual form of wearable art, one that amazingly comes alive when the lights go out.

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January 18, 2017

Animal-Friendly Vegan Tattoos Celebrate Nature with Delicately Inked Illustrations

Body art professionals, like Anna Sica, are turning to animal-free inks to create beautiful vegan tattoos. If you’re vegan, you know that when it comes to animal-friendliness, not all commodities are created equally. While assuring the absence of animal products in things like food, cosmetics, and clothing is standard practice for seasoned vegans, many are unaware that body art requires research, too. To make pigments pop, many tattoo inks include bone char, gelatin, and shellac, each of which is derived from various animals.

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January 17, 2017

Zebra Shark Living in Isolation for 4 Years Gives Birth Without a Male Partner

It started like a typical love story. Two zebra sharks, living happily together for 12 years and producing 24 pups. Then, circumstance ripped them apart, leaving the female in her own, isolated tank. But here’s where the story takes a twist. After living alone since 2012, Leonie the female zebra shark give birth to three pups in early 2016. Just how was this possible?

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