Vending machines are the new home for anything and everything. You never know when you might find yourself on the go and suddenly in immediate need of cupcakes, champagne, pizza or even a new weave.
The Mane Vendor, a weave vending machine, was created by Marcella Ellis, owner of Marcella Ellis Hair Studios and School of Cosmetic Arts in Fairfax, Virginia. She wanted to give more convenience for shoppers but to also keep hair revenue within the Black community. Ellis also aims to provide franchise opportunities for those who want to start their own business. She told Clutch Magazine: Keep reading »
My hair on things is, as 2 Chainz would call it, a hair weave killer Tumblr, as a wunderkind documents her weave put on things. A photo series? An art project? An epic trolling? Who cares, I like to see weaves on things.
I wonder who this mysterious lady is, how she came up with the idea, how old is she, is she Beyonce? ARE YOU BEYONCE? It appears the Tumblr was last active around three months ago, I beg thee to return. One of my dreams is to follow a weave on its adventures. Read more on College Candy…
Everyone pales in comparison to Nicki Minaj when it comes to wigs and weaves. Even the eccentric Lady Gaga seems tame in the hair department when it comes to decadent, ridiculous and show stopping weaves. We’d like to take just a few moments to acknowledge the epicness of this woman’s hair. Read more …
It was just yesterday that I was sitting at my desk at The Frisky office, going on and on about how much I love Britney Spears and debating out loud which of her songs is my favorite: “Toxic” or “Slave 4 U.” Lucky apparently still has a girl crush on Brit, because they’ve put her on their December cover, an interesting choice considering Britney is known for many things, but making good shopping decisions is not one of them.
Anyway, Britney looks lovely on the cover, to be sure, but she also looks a bit overly photoshopped in the face — and what in the helllllllll is on her head? Why is Britney wearing a wig? Did she shave her head again? And why is it so obviously a wig, anyway? She — and Lucky! — surely have enough moolah between the two of them to get something more realistic than discarded Barbie hair. I realized I should be grateful that Brit has evolved from the sad series of weaves she wore during “the rough years,” but still, this gives me a sadz. Can’t Britney just be allowed to rock her own hair? Lord knows I would love to know what it actually looks like.
“It’s not that big of a deal actually, we have all seen this before. A case of bed head, who hasn’t had it? The truth is that this is exactly how these extensions are applied, however we are not supposed to see them, that’s all. There are thousands and thousands of women walking around whose hair looks just like that ‘underneath’. The remedy is simply to cover it up. It’s not a case of bad extensions, just a bad hair day!”
— Ken Paves, hairstylist to stars like Jessica Simpson and Eva Longoria, on Britney Spears‘ famously unkempt hair extensions. I don’t know, man. I think Ken is hoping to get Britney as a client and so he’s being extra nice. I’ve never seen Jessica’s weave looking that exposed. Regardless, I still say, “Britney, de-weave thyself!” [People Style Watch] Keep reading »
Warning: Tyra Banks is listening. A few weeks ago, after Solange Knowles buzzed her hair, we wondered if the recession was killing the weave, and suggested that Ms. Smile With Her Eyes get rid of hers, too. And apparently, she is! Here’s what she Twittered yesterday:
“Guess What! I’m rockin’ my REAL hair on my talk show September 8th. No fake hair at all! Will be the hair coming out of my scalp! 4 all 2 C!”
“No ponytails, no ballet bun head. hair will be out and free! i have had every color weave in the book. even KOOL-AID red!!!”
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Baby high heels are so 2008. This year is all about baby hair extensions! For mothers out there who are sick of correcting people that their bald baby is in fact a little lady, a Beverly Hills-based company called Baby Bangs has created hair pieces that will turn your little bundle of joy into a mini-diva a la Jessica Simpson or newly weaved, Katie Holmes. All you have to do is slip on the skull cap of silky fake strands tied to an elastic headband and voilá, your baby is undeniably a girlie girl! There are five different headband designs and six hair colors to choose from. So, now you’ll never have to hear someone say, “What a cute little boy!” ever again. Though you might hear a few cries of, “Bad mom! Bad mom!” [Trend Hunter]
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