It's impossible for hair to completely change color overnight. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Over five thousand years ago, the ancient Egyptians used eye shadow, not only for cosmetic but practical purposes as well.
Have you ever wondered why some dogs have solid colored coats and some have spots? Find out why on this Moment of Science.
Researchers found that if they bombard fossils with a special type of intense x-ray, they can find the pigment's location.
Did you ever wonder why newborn babies have blue eyes? Or how human beings get the various eye colors we have?
Are you a bird watcher? Well, you should know that a bird that appears blue is actually colorless.
How does hair development start, what is a hair follicle, and why does hair turn gray?
Did you know that people with red hair need more anesthesia during surgery than other people? Find out why on this Moment of Science.
Because pregnancy increases the amount of blood flowing through the body, including to the skin, many pregnant women do get a rosy glow, but that's not all.
One of the loveliest sights an ornithologist runs across is the iridescent blue found in some birds’ plumage. Sure, cardinals have red feathers and finches have yellow feathers, but if you ever run across the gleaming, almost metallic-looking blue of an indigo bunting, you won’t forget it. The colors shimmer and shine like oil on water. Learn more on this Moment of Science.