I knew it had been way too long since she last changed it up. Check Rihanna out, or should I say, check it out—the new mop-top, completely shaved sides, mohawk-esque ‘do. If you ask me, there’s only one person right now who pulls off the whole shaved half-head trend and it’s this lady, above. It just works—the avant-garde fashion, the shades, the what-the-eff-you-looking-at-beyotch look. Love everything. Especially, when we are all inundated with perfectly turned out stars with their perfect-mussed-up beach curls and perfect Rachel Zoe-styled red carpet clothes. She’s real. (And, speaking of, how great would the hair look paired with some super frothy, ethereal dress—a very yin and yang juxtaposition.) What say you? Keep reading »
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During the ascent of the now pervasive male hipster style, we’ve fretted over mustaches gone wild, and hemmed and hawed over Galifianakis-ish hirsuteness. But men who remove all that hair are coming out of the closet, with a little help from grooming marketers, says The New York Times. Will the increasing popularity of manscaping (Diddy and Jay-Z are already converts) foretell the doom of dude body hair as we know it?! Keep reading »
The line between a bob and a bowl cut is a fine one, determined by just a few snips of a hairdresser’s scissors. Do the bangs blend right into the rest of the hair? Are the edges rounded? If so, you’ve got a bowl cut, the style you might have had back when your mom was still deciding how you wore your hair. Keep reading »
After Princess Fancypants washes her hair with white truffle oil shampoo and slathers Creme de la Mer between her toes, she sits before her vanity and pouts. Still, something is not right. Shall she polish her skin with Beluga caviar? Clean her ears with the sharpest emerald she can find? No. It is her hair. Her hair simply isn’t right.
Aha! Then she remembers. She opens a small drawer and takes out a bottle of Oribe 24K gold pomade ($49 for 1.7 oz). Its web site says it is “excellent for use on pleasure craft [or] in convertibles” and, wouldn’t you know? That’s exactly where she is headed. At last, she is ready to go. [Oribe 24K Gold Pomade] Keep reading »
If your friend’s getting married at City Hall, she’s probably a no-nonsense girl. She wants to get the job done and she wants it done now. This doesn’t mean you can put in zero effort just ’cause it’s not a big ceremony and the selection of groomsmen is tiny. We love Cynthia Nixon’s look for its sophisticated prettiness and tell you how to get it after the jump! Keep reading »
This Sunday, the Broadway revival of the sexy ‘60s musical “Hair” is up for eight Tony Awards. You know they must be doing everything right! So, we decided to ask the hottest hippie in the show, young stud Theo Stockman, all about free love, pubic hair, and what it was like to shove his crotch in the face of “American Idol’s” Adam Lambert. Keep reading »
If you show up at a daytime wedding caked in makeup with a prom-style updo, you’re going to look like a moron. There, we said it. Daytime weddings aren’t always casual, but they’re definitely more chill than nighttime weddings. Your hair and makeup should match the minimal-fuss attitude of the event. After the jump, we tell you how to get model Jacquetta Wheeler’s smartly laid-book look. Keep reading »
We’ve kept silent while Dov Charney has screwed around with fashion.
We put up with the pervy advertisements.
We put up with Charney masturbating in front of a Jane reporter.
We put up with his numerous sexual harassment lawsuits.
We put up with messing with our main mensch, Woody Allen.
But we’re not going to take it anymore—the scrunchies must be stopped. Keep reading »
Anne Hathaway showed up at a Cartier event in a “Mad Men” look. She tag-teamed a sixties-throwback style, a pair of tights with visible seams up the back, with a retro, one-sided updo. The result was sexy, but not smack-you-over-the-head sexpot. I likey. After the jump, how to recreate the hair on your own — it’s beyond simple.
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Is your dude a lily-white, hair-free geek — and you’d rather he more closely resemble the guido next door? Don’t worry, girlfriend. The man bib will turn your guy from a dud to a stud! Created as part of an Australian ad campaign for Solo soda, the dude dickey gives the impression its wearer is tanner than George Hamilton and built like the Terminator. Apparently, Solo isn’t the first one to come out with an idea that puts hair on a man’s chest. Walter Van Beirendonck’s hairshirt gives its wearer that all over hirsute look. Of course, there are limitations to trying to put hair where it’s not. When you get home, and he takes off his dude bib or fursuit, you’re left with the guy you got. [Buzzfeed] Keep reading »