Tonya needs your help. She went to SuperCuts last week to get bangs. She asked the hairdresser to keep it “shorter in the front, longer in the back” so she could pull it back into a ponytail when she went to the gym. A few snips later and she had a power mullet. Needless to say, Tonya had to go out and buy a whole mess of hats. She’s considering donating her mullet tail to locks of love and getting extensions. But first, she needs to find a good hairdresser who can fix this mess. Tonya’s not alone. There seems to be an epidemic of stock photo models with batcrackers insane hair. Check out a few of the worst hairdos in the stockphotoverse.
I know I said I would stop picking on LeAnn Rimes, but I can’t! Tuesday night, on “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” LeAnn did herself a grave disservice by experimenting with a new hairdo. Rachel told me that there is a proper name for this hairstyle and it’s called a quiff. Wikipedia describes it as a cross between a pompadour, a flattop and a mohawk. So yeah, LeAnn Rimes went on national television with a quiff. My theory is that it was her plant to have her hair distract us from all the bizarro things she said on that “Entertainment Tonight” interview. If so,it worked. Consider me distracted. Here are some alternative hairstyles for LeAnn since, you know, she seems to want a new look. Click through to check them out. [Yahoo]
Look, I enjoy getting into the holiday spirit as much as the next person, but I really draw the line and putting wacky “festive” lights, dyes and ornaments in my hair. If you must, show your holiday cheer via a tacky Christmas sweater or carol-rich playlist, not by fashioning your locks into a bizarre Christmas tree beehive. Not cute. Check out that, along with our other holiday hair don’ts above!
Hey guys, I’m on the Adam Duritz Diet. That’s where I zoom in real close on a photo of the Counting Crows’ frontman’s dreads and then I’m not hungry anymore. It’s almost lunch but now I don’t care! (I’m kidding, I’m not really on a diet, but seriously, what is up with this dude’s hair? Did you know it’s not even real anymore? It’s a wig! What?!) [Photo: WENN]
I’m not sure what hair look Shia LaBeouf was going for at the “Lawless” premiere at Cannes this past weekend. It looks like he had one of those Brazilian treatments gone terribly wrong. It looks relaxed for certain. And crispy with gel. Also, is it too mean of me to point out that there is food in his teeth. Blergh. We can only hope that there is a film to blame for this hairstyle. He could not have done this on his own volition, could he? Having bad hair for a film would put Shia in pretty great company. Keep clicking to see the many other Hollywood actors who’ve rocked horrible hair for movie roles, some two or three or four times over. [Lainey Gossip]
Maybe you’ve heard of this British pop band One Direction? Perhaps you have a tweenage sister that’s begging you to take her to their concert? As far as we can tell, they’re just latest boy band iteration, this time masterminded by “X-Factor” and “American Idol” svengali Simon Cowell. As such, we’re not particularly interested in listening to their music, which my friend Julieanne refers to as “My Chemical Newsies.” But the hair? Oh geez, we could talk about that travesty all day.
Most modern women are familiar with that gut-sinking moment when one looks in the mirror and realizes the cold, hard truth: It’s going to be a bad hair day.
Well, for those days when the hair goddesses do not smile upon you kindly, we believe every lady can take her hair look from fright to sight to be seen with minimal effort. In other words, when life gives you less-than-perfect hair, you need to take those strands in your hands and whip them into shape.
To prove that you can rise and shine no matter what you wake up with, we’ve enlisted the help of celebrity stylist Johnny Lavoy, the consulting hair expert from L’Oréal Paris. Lavoy reveals the hair saviors that keep the locks of his A-list clientele (like Lady Gaga and Freida Pinto) looking lovely day after day. From a do-it-all kit to a little on-the-go static fixer, Lavoy offers his top tress-taming tips that will get your hair back on track in a flash. Read more… Keep reading »
I have a question to pose to the class. Last week, I got a horrible haircut. Now, to say it is The World’s Worst Haircut would be stretching it, but it’s still pretty crappy. How can I describe it for you … think: Donny Osmond meets David Cassidy meets JTT circa 1996. First of all, one should never find oneself in this type of situation because we should all be confident and brave enough to stand up to our hairdressers when they start doing something weird, right? Well, call me a wimp, but I stayed silent as some dude flicked his scissors around my ‘do, which became increasingly mullet-like before my own eyes.
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Check out this dude’s sweet hair. Doesn’t it sit so luxuriously on top of that fashionable camo visor he’s wearing? Well, newsflash: those aren’t actually his locks. Believe it or not, that faux hair is part of the Flair Hair Woodland Camo Visor which transforms any bald guy into an Insta-D-Bag. Check out another pic of the worst fake hair in the world, after the jump. [Sportsman's Guide] Keep reading »
Ever feel like it’s just time to change your ‘do? Lately, I’ve been so sick of the mildly-different-variations-on-the-same-haircut that I’ve been rocking for the last five years. I’m not ever going to rock a Holmes-bob and it looks like the Kate Gosselin wig is sold out. Dammit!
As I was cruising for some “out of the box” hair ideas, I came across this amazing site, Don’t Judge My Hair—a blog that pays tribute to epic hair styles, like this woman whose hair must be an homage to jellyfish. I secretly think a guy I dated must have inspired this site. He shaved a strip down the center of his head and dyed the rest pink and, as a result, looked like a friggin circus clown. Anhoo … while I may not find the ideal new ‘do for me, I am certain to get closer to my new look by finding ones that don’t make the cut. After the jump, some REALLY, REALLY inspirational hair. Keep reading »