This Japanese commercial is either an anti-drug PSA showing you how terrifying and creepy you sound when you’re high, or it’s a promotion for a men’s hair dye
. Chances are with the latter, but that doesn’t make it any less bizarre. Ready yourself for some clapping mohawks and a weird, drugged-out rendition of “If You’re Happy And You Know It Clap Your Hands” … in Japanese. At least, we think? [YouTube
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Now that she’s appearing on “Dancing With The Stars,” Kate Gosselin has ditched that iconic ‘do of hers for a Farrah-esque new weave. But will the hair stay on while Kate is whipping around the dance floor? Inquiring minds want to know. [3/4/10, NYC] Keep reading »
Amanda Seyfried does her best impersonation of Faith Hill looking vacant in “The Stepford Wives” for U.K.’s Glamour. Oh, that hair! Keep reading »
Cassie is really rocking the half-shaved hairstyle, but proves its versatility with a twisted bun. Expect the copycats to pick up on this one too. [Paris, 3/3/10] Keep reading »
Sometimes having a bad hair day can feel like it’s the end of the world. And sometimes it actually is. That’s what happened to Chris Lancaster, a Williamsburg, Brooklyn resident who was going through a rather unfortunate hair phase—which, he explains, was because he had had a Hare Krishna cut (shaved head except for a pony tail), and was growing it out. One deeply offended over-sharer made a sketch of the man and sent it into Gawker. Before too long, Chris discovered that he had unwittingly become an internet celeb. But it wasn’t the mean comments that bothered him (“He looks like Wolverine and a penis had a baby”), but the fact that people were now tracking him and recognizing him everywhere. Things escalated to a point when his girlfriend at the time couldn’t deal with the fiasco, so she broke up with him. So what have we learned today? Bad hair can cause the internet to hate you, bring on stalkers, and ruin your romantic relationships. Get a real look into the horrors with this video made by Chris himself. [Gawker
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We are going to call this one “Snookie’s Wang”. Ms. Vera closed her show in New York with a ‘do that resembled the signature style of our favorite MTV train wreck. No offense to the South Jerz board-walkers, but this is one look we won’t be rocking if leaps off the runway. Keep reading »
We do a lot of damage to our hair with color, hot tools, blow drying, and shampooing. When tresses start to look tired and accumulate dead ends, it’s time to pamper you locks back to good health. Don’t stress about a trip to the spa or an appointment with your hair stylist. You can give yourself a deep conditioning treatment from the comfort of your own bathroom.
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Ballroom dancer extraordinaire and “Dancing With the Stars” alum Karina Smirnoff just stepped out of Mr. Chow with a freshly chopped bob, and judging from her Cheshire grin, looks like she’s totally feeling it. We are too, actually. Her long hair was pretty, but this is kind of unexpected and looks so fresh, right? (Chic even, a word we might never have associated with Karina Smirnoff.) To get the look, ask for slightly layered bangs and a semi-blunt cut with softer edges. [Los Angeles, 3/2/10] Keep reading »
If you plan on pulling a 360- going from black to blond or vice versa- we recommend consulting a professional. But for a standard single process, skip the salon (and its bill) and do your own dye-job.
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Recently, Catherine Zeta-Jones wore a scrunchie. In public.
I have to admit, I thought scrunchies were just a distant memory of decades past — one that most of us would like to forget, for that matter. So I expressed the general consensus — to my fellow stylish office mates — that scrunchies are over.
But then something happened. A great scrunchie debate ensued, as comments from our readers poured in, declaring things like “Who are you to approve or disapprove of scrunchies,” “You are so wrong. The scrunchie was the perfect thing to wear,” and “She can put her hair up with anything she wants.” Keep reading »