Do blondes really have more fun? In the case of Daenarys “Khaleesi” Targaryen, “Game of Thrones”‘ Mother of Dragons, it’s tough to say. What we do know, though, is that Emilia Clarke, who plays Khaleesi, is currently appearing on Broadway as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, which necessitated that she wear her hair in its natural dark brown glory. Thankfully, the stark white Khaleesi look is actually a wig, so Clarke’s hair is relatively undamaged. Not so for many of the other celebs on this list, who’ve transformed themselves from brunette to bottled white blondes with the help of a healthy heaping of bleach. Take a look, and tell us whether you like the white blonde look, or prefer their darker tresses.
Quick! Can you identify which sexy male actor, who typically has a lush head-full of hair, is rocking a greasy-looking combover hair piece for a movie role? Answer after the jump! Keep reading »
It was tough to pick any “worst dressed” contenders out of this year’s batch of beautiful Oscar gowns, and the hairstyles didn’t disappoint either. From romantic updos to retro curls, click through to check out five celebrity hairstyles we loved on the red carpet–and how to recreate them at home!
Connie Britton’s flawless waves. Anne Hathaway’s piece-y pixie cut. AnnaSophia Robb’s wild ringlets. Beyonce’s sleek top-knot. Hilary Duff’s straight, shiny locks. Do you love these signature celeb hairstyles as much as we do? If so, click through to find out how to get these looks for yourself, no team of high-paid stylists required…
As 2012 draws to a close (we made it!), we’re narrowing down our utmost favorite celeb looks throughout the year, like these 10 stars who consistently impressed us in the hair and makeup department…
Kim Kardashian must have seen yesterday’s “What Are We Wearing Today” video, because she ran out and got her bangs cut just like mine and Rose Byrne’s. Despite the obvious copycatting, I think her hair looks so fresh and youthful — but I suppose whether she keeps the fringe all depends on what Kanye thinks, huh? [Photo: Splash News]
Whether you know Connie Britton as Molly McMullen from “The Brothers McMullen,” Nikki Faber from “Spin City,” Tami Taylor from “Friday Night Lights,” or Rayna Jaymes from ABC’s new drama “Nashville,” one prominent characteristic of the actress may come to mind more than her uncanny ability to play strong women with sass: her hair.
That’s right, Britton’s long, flowy, light auburn tresses have inspired hair envy in her most ardent fans – and has even inspired one Twitter handle. Britton, however, seems to take it all in stride.
“Here’s the deal: I have fantastic people that I work with on the show who do their thing,” said Britton, who recently was in New York City to hand out care packages with Curel and Direct Relief International. Read more…
Is there anyone, dead or alive, who could even stand to compete with Liv Tyler‘s hair game? The only feasible way I could sit through 166 minutes of “The Hobbit” would be if at least 150 of those minutes were devoted to Liv’s hair care routine. Wait, is she even in the movie?