Vincent Kartheiser, who plays “Mad Men”‘s smarmy Pete Campbell, showed up the show’s season seven premiere with an interesting new look. Talk about committing to his craft! I’m assuming, of course, that Vincent shaved a receding hairline into his scalp (which appears to be growing out) for a role — perhaps Pete is starting to lose his hair? Maybe Vincent is playing a Hare Krishna in an upcoming film? I don’t know, but I am mesmerized. [Photos: Fame/Flynet]
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]