Distressing, but not altogether shocking news from the Britney Spears’ rumor mill; according to a source who spoke with Heat magazine, Brit’s boyfriend Jason Trawick is getting fed up with her poor hygiene. Spears goes days without showering and changing her clothes — not to mention her weave — and as a result, the source says, “She hates washing her hair, so sometimes it can smell downright sour.”
Sigh. Britney, my sister, I feel you on the not -showering-and-washing-your-hair thing. But allow me to introduce you to my new best friend in my quest to skip washing my locks: dry shampoo. Keep reading »
Gisele Bundchen reclaims the word “bombshell” from (ick) Bombshell McGee on the fourth issue of indie fashion mag LOVE. Very “Betty Draper in Italia,” no? [The Vie Society] Keep reading »
Some people get a real high from driving fast cars. Others just like the windswept look. Now, for both types, there’s a new hair dryer by Conair made with parts from Ferraris. Mimicking the design of the Italian sports car, the gadget boasts a groundbreaking “ball bearing design.” We’re not sure what that is, but apparently it will make your blow dryer run smooth. This baby’s also got some real power—the tool has a Ferrari-like engine with 2,200 watts behind it, and can produce wind speeds of 80 mph. The $400 model is for professional use, but if it wasn’t … we’d expect that Pauly D would own one. Vroom, vroom. [Bella Sugar] Keep reading »
Who is this blue-haired, buzz-cut woman? If you’re thinking she works with designers, models, and photographers all the time, then you’re on the right track. Her identity will be revealed after the jump. Keep reading »
If there’s one thing I’ve learned about whale semen, it’s that if you Tweet about it, you get … crickets.
“HAHA, ASSIGNED TO CONDITION MY HAIR WITH WHALE SEMEN!” I wrote to my unwitting public (of, like, 140 followers).
Nothing. No one wants to hear about that. But they should! Because whale sperm is actually a truly excellent hair conditioner, and I learned this the very, very hard way (my, there are so many semen jokes) when I purchased a tub of whale sperm this week, for the low, low price of $6.99, then slathered it all over my own head — and a good-natured neighbor’s. Read more … Keep reading »