Hayley is on the cover of the newest issue of Rock Sound. The cover photo and other new photos in the magazine were taken by Lindsey Byrnes during a photoshoot at her home last year. You can see HQ versions of the photos in our gallery.
In this month’s issue, Rock Sound put together a list of the most influential, inspirational, important people in today’s scene – The Rock Sound 50. Hayley is number one on that list and the magazine includes a special interview with her, you can read it from the scans in our gallery, or below (click to enlarge). She talks about what it means to be influential in 2016, her experiences of growing up in a male-dominated and extremely public setting and what the future holds for her and Paramore.
According to the magazine Paramore’s 5th album is expected to be released in early 2017.
“Life can be pretty crazy sometimes, but there’s light at the end of the tunnel right now, and we’ll be back out there at the end of it. Life is a journey that is about finding your place and your purpose, and finding out what means the most to you, and following it with everything that you have. That’s something that I hope nobody – myself included – loses sigh of.”
Hayley and Brian were at Vans Warped Tour in Nashville, TN promoting their hair dye line ‘Good Dye Young’. The two had a tent where they sold new merch, gave out stickers etc. Hayley also met and chatted with lots of fans, go to our gallery to see 50+ new photos with fans and other photos from the festival as well.
Hayley and Brian were also interviewed at the festival. You can watch two short interviews below.
Alternative Press’ APTV:
Monster Energy Pit Blog, Hayley’s and Brian’s part starts at 2:12:
And below a short video of Hayley at the festival. Posted by Mirror Eyes on Instagram.
Hayley talked to Popsugar about Good Dye Young during her and Brian’s visit to NYC a few weeks ago. You can read the whole article/interview below.
Hayley Williams’s New Line of Dye Makes It Simple to DIY Rainbow Hair
While rainbow hair has been the top beauty trend for the past few years, Hayley Williams was rocking colorful coifs well before it was cool. If you are a Paramore fan, then you’ve been familiar with her ever-changing mane since she and her bandmates got together in 2004.
“It’s amazing what dyeing someone’s hair will do for their day, let alone their identity, be it who they are or who they present to the world,” Hayley gushed to POPSUGAR. “I became passionate about that side of it.” The singer explained that she usually picks her hair hue based on her emotions, whether it’s due to her mood or the music that she’s working on. True fans have seen her sport every shade from red and blue to her favorite hue, orange (which she wore on her wedding day).
Because Hayley has been experimenting with hair color for so long, she knew exactly what she wanted from an at-home dye — and she couldn’t find it. She and her colorist, Brian O’Connor, would often mix two to three different brands together to achieve their desired results. That’s why they decided to collaborate on their own vegan, cruelty-free, eco-friendly color line, Good Dye Young, launching this June.
If you’ve never taken the plunge into rainbow hair, trust us when we say this brand will inspire you. Hayley and Brian worked hard to create a collection that is as fun and funky as it is good for your hair. The drip-free, creamy formula is packed with sunflower and bergamot oils to richly nourish every strand as it infuses it with semipermanent pigment. Good Dye Young is launching with five shades ($14 each), as well as the mixing potion “Fader” ($14) that allows you to customize your own pastel shade, a bleaching kit ($9), and a tool arsenal ($6).
And, yes, that means that Hayley and Brian want you to bleach your own hair at home — safely, that is. They’re equally passionate about education as they are about bright colors and have provided extensive resources on the Good Dye Young site. “We want people to feel empowered by Good Dye Young,” Hayley said. “The idea is to really create a world within hair, beauty, and fashion for people who are excited about expression.”
The duo has plans to provide fans with color recipes so they can craft their own perfect shade and are starting to shoot and share DIYs. But they’re already getting great feedback from Hayley’s celebrity pals, who got early access to the products. “I got to send hair dye to Shirley [Manson] from Garbage,” she said proudly. “And Josh [Dun] of Twenty One Pilots takes the pink on the road and touches up himself. He’ll write me randomly like ‘Man, it’s so easy to use!'”
Still wary of dyeing your strands at home? Color virgins, you can still add some pizzazz to your style without taking it platinum first. Brian suggested trying Rock Lobster or Blue Ruin (or mixing the two!) for a subtle stain on your mane that’s only visible in certain light. “I love that look,” Hayley added. “It’s really pretty but dark and mysterious, like [Fairuza Balk’s hair in] The Craft.”
Photographer David McClister has released new photos from the photoshoot he did with Hayley for Billboard in 2014 and also one new photo from the photoshoot with Hayley and Chad for Alternative Press last year. Go to our gallery to see HQ photos from both photoshoots.
Hayley and Brian are currently in NYC promoting their new hair dye line ‘Good Dye Young’. Like yesterday the two are doing interviews again today, keep checking this post to get the latest updates.
First they visited Buzzfeed. There’s no video content yet, but you can see new photos in our gallery:
Video from their visit to Cosmopolitan is available below in two parts. Brian is dyeing a Cosmo editor’s hair blue and purple and they are also answering questions.
New photos from the visit to Cosmopolitan available in our gallery: