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10 Suggested Names For Brad Pitt’s New Hairdo

The lovely Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill are on the latest cover of New York magazine, talking about their movie “Moneyball” that opens on September 23rd. Brad looked kinda sexy on the cover—sort of a reversion to his “Legends of the Fall” self. However, inside, I was deeply troubled with this image. What the heck is going on with his hair? After the jump, some names for Brad’s new hairstyle. Which we’re sure will catch on as hardcore as The Rachel. Keep reading »

Today’s Lady News: Has The TSA Been Singling Out Black Women With Natural Hair?

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  • There’s been several documented incidents of black women with natural hair who have been stopped by the TSA at airports for pat-downs, in which officers pat their hair. Some of the women had already passed through body scanners as well. Now some are questioning whether a racial bias is behind the TSA singling out black women with natural hair. [NY Times]
  • The New York City hotel maid who accused Dominique Strauss Kahn, then the chief of the IMF, of sexual assault has released her medical report. Nafissatou Diallo’s medical report states “Cause of the injuries: assault, rape,” which is consistent with Diallo’s claims about the alleged attack. Critics say the medical report is bunk because it only states what Diallo reported to doctors. [Gothamist]
  • Wait, cleavage wrinkles are a thing? [Beauty Schooled Project]

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5 Celebs Who Spend Ridiculous Amount Of Money On Their Hair

Rihanna
How much is too much to spend on getting your hair did? I’ve never been able to spend more than $150 — on a haircut and highlights — without hyperventilating. But some celebs have deep pockets when it comes to their tresses. Rihanna travels with Ursula Stephen, her $3,300-a-day hairstylist, and trusts only her to do her ‘do. That’s over $15K a week! Maybe if Rihanna didn’t change her hairstyle once a week, she wouldn’t be blowing through all that money. [Daily Mail UK] But RiRi isn’t the only celeb to spend a ridiculous amount of money on her hair:

Multi-Function At Its Best

We love multi-function products, but never have we come across a hair product that does the job of 15 other products in one! And that’s exactly the reputation of Black 15in1. This hair product supposedly increases shine, hair color retention, diminishes frizz and split ends, and protects from heat styling and UV rays. Plus, Black 15in1 contains healthy ingredients like marigold flower extract, Keratin and licorice extract, a UVA/UVB protector. It’s also TSA-approved and a favorite among celebrities. So, you might not be able to travel as often as your favorite celebs, but you can give good celeb hair while you truck to work with Black 15in1.

[$20.00 Black 15in1]

The Year In Shocking Celebrity Hair Transformations So Far

Women always be changing their hair. It’s a maxim you can set your watch to. And celebrity ladies are no different. In fact, whether it’s for a role, because of a breakup, or simply because their agent told them putting blue streaks in their locks might garner them an extra bit of press (looking at you, Lauren Conrad), famous ladies are just as guilty as the rest of us of making impetuous hair moves. After the jump, we review some of the big hair changers so far this year — women who have gone from long to short, from short to long, from blonde to red and right back again. And don’t forget to tell us whose hair you covet and who you think should probably be sporting a paper bag over their head these days.

Summer Hairstyle Tips For Every Length And Texture

Whether summer is a hair-raising or hair-flattening time for you, the heat, humidity and sun can turn anyone’s bad hair day into a bad hair season.

Luckily, there are some tricks of the trade to help you rock your locks all summer long.

But you might want to alter your length based on your locale. “Depending on where you live, longer hairstyles are great for summer,” says celebrity stylist and salon owner, Billy Lowe. “This gives way to those sexy wind-blown locks that seem effortless. But in humid environments where hair may have a tendency to swell, shorter styles are often en vogue and they are easier to maintain.”

Each hair length and texture should also be treated with specific direction during the steamy summer months. Here are tips for every type. Read more… Keep reading »

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