Reality star-turned-designer Nicole Richie showed up to launch her holiday House of Harlow 1960 collection sporting a darker ‘do.
“Thanks to everyone who came out today in this terrible weather to hang out with me! OH! & P.S. I went brunette. I feel smarter already,” she wrote on her Twitter, in addition to posting pictures of the event.
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Kim Kardashian finds hair extensions “torturous.”
The socialite and TV personality has spoken out about the painful process she endures to keep her hair looking good for photo shoots. After posing for a series of photos with caramel, chocolate and blonde strips in her hair, she took to her Twitter account to find out her fans’ response and moan about the painful hair-thickening and lengthening procedure.
“Do you like the streaks? Those blonde streaks were extensions that they glued in for a shoot! It took hours to get them out and now I have this glue in my hair! Torture!”
The X-Factor judge Cheryl Cole “couldn’t care less” what her husband thinks of her appearance.
The Girls Aloud star - who has been married to soccer star Ashley Cole for five years - insists she makes her own mind up on her style choices regardless of his viewpoint. The 26-year-old beauty dyed her hair red for a magazine shoot earlier this year and wants to return to the color, despite her spouse not being a fan.
“Oh I couldn’t care less! I loved it and that’s the main thing. I might consider doing it again, but permanently. “
The singer admitted she has made bad style choices over the years but now knows what suits her - though she is terrified of cutting her hair short.
“I used to think you could wash your hair with a bar of soap. Then there was the time I was overweight and I cut my hair short. It made my face look moon-like. It’s a shame, because it stopped me from cutting it again. I associate long hair with feeling good. At school, whoever had the longest hair was the coolest girl.”
Vidal Sassoon says Mia Farrow’s famous cropped haircut was done by mistake.
The world-famous hairdresser was flown to Los Angeles by filmmaker Roman Polanski, who was directing the actress in 1968 movie Rosemary’s Baby, and asked to give her a new look.
Mia, however, had had an argument with someone close to her and had taken the scissors to her hair, leaving Vidal with a difficult task.
He revealed, “I said, Mia, you’ve really ballsed it up. I’m going to have to go very short.” The pixie-like crop became one of the most sought-after looks in the world and millions of women copied Mia’s style.
Vidal also revealed that he was “impossible” to work with when he was younger because he was so obsessed with hair: “I was impossible. It was all hair, hair, hair. Ricci Burns (60s hairstylist and now a fashion designer) said that I was quite mad and impossible to work with.”
Apparently blondes don’t have more fun—Kim Kardashian has ditched her blonde locks.
The reality star has given up her lightened locks and dyed her tresses back to her natural dark brown color just one month after sporting the new style.
She wrote on her Twitter page: “I’m dyeing my hair back dark. Bye bye blonde, see you next summer!”
Tyra Banks has decided to ditch her hair extensions! The model-turned-presenter is planning to show off her natural hairstyle on her TV series The Tyra Banks Show next month.
She wrote on her Twitter yesterday: “Guess What! I’m rockin’ my REAL hair on my talk show September 8th (sic).”
The 35-year-old beauty has insisted she won’t hide her real hair when she hosts the special show.
Tyra added: “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 (sic)!”
It seems the America’s Next Top Model judge made the daring decision to remove her hair extensions after experimenting with several different hair colors.
Jessica Simpson may have a new hairdresser. Jessica previously always worked with hair designer Ken Paves, and has even gone so far as to cancel photoshoots with magazines who refused to work with Ken. That’s some dedication.That’s why her staff was amazed at a recent Vanity Fair shoot, where Simpson agreed to allowing Oribe to style her hair.
Her spokesperson is quoted by the New York Post newspaper as saying: “The photographer, Mario Testino, insisted on his team, and we agreed. Mario is a genius. The photos are gorgeous and transformative.”
It has been claimed some stylists dislike working with Ken - who also styles Eva Longoria’s locks - because he isn’t considered “timely”. Jessica and Ken - who previously worked together on a range of hair extensions - have been close friends for years and are regularly seen enjoying evenings together.
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