It had been a particularly stressful week when, scissors in one hand and four inches of hair in another, I decided to cut. A few snips later, I felt triumphant. Sure, a week from then I paid an expert to fix it. But in that moment, I felt like a weight had been lifted, and that felt good, even if it was just a few…
Welcome to Hair Care! The column in which we break down all the hottest new lock lewks our favorite celebs are rockin’!
Deepica Mutyala recently became known on the Internet as the destroyer of all that is good when she ruined the curls of a black model named Malyia McNaughton during a live segment on the Today Show. Many, including McNaughton, don’t blame Mutyala at all.
It’s March 15, also known as the Ides of March, the day that Julius Caesar famously got whacked. Which makes today a great opportunity to sit down and watch some YouTube tutorials on ancient Roman hairstyles.
Ancients: They're just like us! Archeologists have discovered the remains of an Egyptian woman from around the time of 1335 B.C. whose hair was styled with more than 70 extensions. No word whether her hairdresser took her secret to the grave.
It's no secret that the menswear of the late 1960s and early 1970s was, frankly, awful. (All those synthetics and strange patterns—tsk tsk.) But it's easy to forget just how abysmal the hairstyles were, too. Who knew there were so many variations on the mullet?
Emphasis on updo.
And I'm not talking about Bob Saget (at least I don't think I am, but have you seen his stand-up? RAUNCHY!)
There's a new front in the drug war: the female scalp. Yes, intrepid ladies are now sneaking yayo into the country under their weaves ... and they woulda gotten away with it, too, if it wasn't for that stinkin' customs patdown.
Though our Beauty 101 series has mostly focused on cosmetics thus far, today, due to popular demand, we're going to focus on our readers hair concerns. And away we go!
Crew, there's so much hype about Victoria Beckham's new bun that I'm not even sure where to begin. Thankfully, a few ladies have agreed to help me make sense of this hair-raising situation. Get it? Hair-raising? Ah, we have fun.
Thank the 'do deities that Jon Hamm knows something is terribly wrong: "It's the bane of my existence. Goofy hair," he tells CNN. And looking at a range of photos, clearly something's amiss:
Illinois governor Rod R. Blagojevich may be in the clink for corruption, but to hair pros, selling offices was only one of his crimes. “There’s no name for that...Ugh” said hairstylist Roberto Novo of the pol's Ken-dollish, possibly artifical, mink-hued pouf. Other stylists described the do variously as "very dated,"…
It's always amazing the questions people are willing to ask in public advice forums. In today's Guardian, a man writes in to the advice columnist to ask whether his wife's new short haircut indicates a subconscious distaste for sex — and, yes, their sex life is bad. Therapist Pamela Stephenson Connolly's advice is…