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How much is too much to spend on getting your hair did? I’ve never been able to spend more than $150 — on a haircut and highlights — without hyperventilating. But some celebs have deep pockets when it comes to their tresses. Rihanna travels with Ursula Stephen, her $3,300-a-day hairstylist, and trusts only her to do her ‘do. That’s over $15K a week! Maybe if Rihanna didn’t change her hairstyle once a week, she wouldn’t be blowing through all that money. [Daily Mail UK] But RiRi isn’t the only celeb to spend a ridiculous amount of money on her hair:
Women always be changing their hair. It’s a maxim you can set your watch to. And celebrity ladies are no different. In fact, whether it’s for a role, because of a breakup, or simply because their agent told them putting blue streaks in their locks might garner them an extra bit of press (looking at you, Lauren Conrad), famous ladies are just as guilty as the rest of us of making impetuous hair moves. After the jump, we review some of the big hair changers so far this year — women who have gone from long to short, from short to long, from blonde to red and right back again. And don’t forget to tell us whose hair you covet and who you think should probably be sporting a paper bag over their head these days.
I had two thoughts when I first saw Robert Pattinson‘s new haircut. First, “Wow, he’s still really hot.” Second, “But f**k that is a stupid haircut. It looks like he left the barber midway through getting his head shaved. There’s no rhyme or reason to it — from all angles, it looks ridiculous.” Turns out, there is a reason for this totally wack look! Robert is filming an upcoming movie called “Cosmopolis,” directed by David Cronenberg based on the Don DeLillo novel, in which he plays “a young man who makes an odyssey across Manhattan in order to get a haircut.” And then leaves halfway through? Someone who’s read the book — remember, I don’t read Don DeLillo — please explain! [Us Weekly]
In the meantime, I decided to come up with some names for Robert’s new haircut, since his popularity suggests it could be the new “Rachel.” Keep reading »
Bored with your hairdo? Take a cue from celebrities like Leighton Meester, Kelly Rowland and Nicole Kidman who have recently transformed their tresses thanks to brow-grazing bangs.
“Bangs are a great way to update your look without sacrificing length off your ends,” according to celebrity hairstylist and Nexxus creative director Kevin Mancuso. “The addition of thick, blunt fringe immediately draws focus to your eyes and emphasizes your bone structure.” Read more… Keep reading »
They say blondes have more fun, but brunettes probably have way less hair damage. Olivia Wilde knows what we mean — the actress showed up to the premiere of “The Five-Year Engagement” this week with a head of honey colored hair. Just days before, her locks were chestnut. What do you think of Olivia’s trip to the light side?
It’s de rigeur that celebs change up their hair color on a shockingly frequent basis. Remember: beauty is pain, and pain is a bottle of peroxide. As such, famous ladies like Kelis, Kate Beckinsale, and Kim Kardashian have been known to take their color up a notch, in the aim of going for a sunny California look. But does it work, or should they have kept their dark locks in the shade? You decide.
How can you tell when George Costanza is entering a room? From the little bit of light shining off his bald spot. So we were kind of shocked when, last week, actor Jason Alexander showed up to an event … with a full head of hair. The thing is, we know Jason in his natural state. And so can assume he must have done Hair Club For Men or some such thing. And still, he just doesn’t look right with hair.
It’s been just over a week since teenage heartthrob Justin Bieber got the haircut that made headlines, but some fans are still in denial over the loss of his luscious, side-swept locks.
At least that’s the sentiment sweeping the Bieber blog Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber, which posts photographs of women — many of whom are lesbians — who happen to resemble the 17-year-old teen sensation.
Now, for a blog that updates on a daily basis, you’d think there would already be several postings of female doppelgangers proudly copying Bieber’s new ‘do.
Perfume that smells like a pricey hooker with notes of blood and semen? Okay, sure. Diet Coke cans used as hair rollers? Kind of genius, actually! Prosthetic facial horns? Um, freaking me out a little, but they’ll never permeate the masses. But bangs dyed a completely different color from the rest of one’s hair? This concerns me, as it’s just normal enough that regular folks could see Lady Gaga‘s latest hairstyle as something worth trying themselves. It’s kind of in the ombre/dip-dye family, only more skunk-like. Let’s make a promise to leave this one to Gaga, okay? Keep reading »