Thank god it’s not a mullet this time.
Also, find out why she doesn’t like the show Fashion Police and how she feels about eating shit at the Oscars.
We’re all about trying new things with our hair: Bobs, braids, buns, various other things starting with the letter B and otherwise. But this… this, we just aren’t sure about.
Could the bangs that sent a thousand scissors a-snipping soon be ancient hipstery?
Claire Danes’ hairstylist filled us in on how you can get the star’s flawless Emmys look.
Ermm…we don’t how we feel about this one.
Cornrows are having a moment on the small screen–ahem, Orange is the New Black–and on a high fashion platform, seen in multiple Vogue Paris editorials and at the fashion-heavy Met Gala.
With all this buzzing around the tiny braids, we decided it was time to try the look out for ourselves.
A recent survey conducted in Britain by Toni&Guy found that the average woman changes her hair 150 times by age 65. I’d say I’m well on my way to reaching that number, and then some. My hair may be big as hale, but its straw-like texture ain’t keeping any secrets.
I started coloring my hair freshman year of high school and haven’t looked back.
Why did I keep doing this to myself? It finally occurred to me that my unhappiness with my hair could actually be stemming from somewhere deeper–unhappiness with myself.
As you’re no doubt aware, last week Beyonce got rid of all her hair, debuted a new pixie cut, and the world briefly stopped moving on its axis. Not everyone was thrilled with her new ‘do. Some people were downright heartbroken.
It seems the superstar had doubts about it too.
You can’t flip through a September issue without seeing a masculine looking, hot-as-all-hell, gelled and slicked coif. From Abbey Lee’s return to the dark side with a razor sharp bob and deep side part in the Gucci campaign to an all-star wet-hair line up in Prada’s Steven Meisel lensed fall campaign: Christy, Catherine, Freja. After (barely) making it through that last heat wave in NYC a few weeks ago (there was a serious dehydration issue at a Jay-Z/JT concert) I decided I needed a plan of attack for the next time it’s 1,000 degrees and I can’t let one hair touch my face or I’ll throw up.
All of this finally convinced me to give the slick a whirl.