Luann De Lesseps of “The Real Housewives of New York City” has abandoned her brunette cropped look for blond extensions, transforming her into Danielle Staub, formerly of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey.” Maybe Luann is thinking of taking up residence across the Hudson River? Keep reading »
Typically, light hair is for the summer and dark hair is for the winter. But recently, I decided to buck the trend and colored my hair jet black (well it was supposed to be Midnight Blue, which is black with a hint of dark blue, but I have yet to notice any blue). It had been more than a decade since the last time my hair was this dark, and I love it! So I’m definitely not going to lighten my hair this summer. Will you? Do you usually go lighter in the summer? Will you try something new this time around? Keep reading »
Last December, Nicole Richie played into the dumb blond stereotype by saying she felt smarter as a brunette. So now that she’s gone back to having blond hair, has her brain cell tally gone down? [NYC, 9/29/10] Keep reading »
Ameriie seems to be banking on her new platinum hair and the new spelling of her name (she’s added an extra “i”) to sell her new album. But let’s just say two out of three of her new ventures are fails. And since I haven’t yet heard the album, you know exactly what I’m talking about. [The YBF] Keep reading »
Though we here at The Frisky are staunch Carey Mulligan fans, we can’t help being a little perplexed about her new hair color. In a world full of long-haired starlets looking more or less the same, Mulligan’s cropped cut is fresh and edgy, but the new blond hue washed the young actress out at yesterday’s Academy Awards Nominees’ Luncheon. British Elle points out that the shiny blond color “will compliment that golden statuette very nicely if she wins” on March 7, and there’s no arguing with that. Unfortunately, we don’t think it complements Mulligan herself all that much.
What do you think of the new color? Crazy cool or ill-advised? Keep reading »
Jessica Alba has given up the blond for a more flattering brown. [Beverly Hills, 5/10/09] Keep reading »