Welcome to the Bad Hair Day Blog - and as the Bad Hair Czar I will be merciless in pointing out the Hair DON'Ts Celebrities commit, as well as offer helpful tips about how to avoid your own Bad Hair Day!
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Pin curls and dark roots do not mix. Natalie Portman needs a curl lesson from Christina Aguilera. Christina has been wearing them to death, but at least they are done well. And just because you are having a bad hair day, doesn't mean you can go Léon on some Argentina paparazzi.
Afterall, you've made a pretty darn succesful career out of creepy old men wanting to molest you when you were 12 and creepy young men wanting to molest your Star Wars action figure. So either act like a professional, or wear your Garden State helmet to cover up that crap hair.
Rosario Dawson's bangs look like she slept face down in a gutter.
But then again, she was appearing at Comic-Con, and that is the traditional lodging of comic book geeks. The wide, uncomfortable smile and terrified look in her eyes almost makes me feel sorry for her. But that's what you get when you star in Pluto Nash, Josie and the Pussycats, and Clerks II.
Kelly Clarkson hair has had its up and downs. The chunky highlights she somehow won over the nation's heart with on American Idol made me hate symmetrical highlights more than blunt bangs. Millions of surprisingly good albums later, the bleach blonde hair that she reinvented herself with made it look like she was trying harder than someone with her talent should have to. I really can't think of a single great hairdo from Kelly that has amazed me, but this tapered bob is giant step in the right direction.
The color needs some fine tuning, or maybe it would look better on Kelly if she weren't abusing the self-tanner. I love the layers and side bang action, and I think it makes her look more confident and natural than her overly styled, and overly bleached extensions. Kelly is a beautiful girl, and the padded bra she is sporting in this concert photo is the only artificial help that she needs.
David Spade has been rockin' the same blonde man-bob since the 1990s. Spade isn't exactly the most masculine man on the planet, yet somehow he does pull of the effeminate hairdo. But I'm sick of looking at it. While he may still be clinging to his Hollywood Minute routine (which been painfully stretched out to a half hour on Comedy Central), does he have to cling to same hairdo?
So I used my elusively terrible cropping skills to give David Spade a new look (borrowed from another short statured charmer, Elijiah Wood). So he kinda looks like JC Chasez, but I consider it an improvement.
Any other David Spade hairdo suggestions to get him out of his hair rut? Comment here, or send your photos to the Bad Hair Czar.
Fergie, you are dangerously close to getting your own category on BHD (see here and here). It must be hard for Fergie to choose quality stylists, in the same way that it's hard for her to choose capable plastic surgeons.
Sadly, piling her hair on top of her head in a funky, frumpy shape will not distact the world from her microwaved/melted Barbie doll face. Fergie's bad hair is just the icing on her fugly cake. And why exactly, is Josh Duhamel eating this cake?
Most of the hair donated does not end up on a child's head. It ends up being sold to commercial wigmakers.
Add on the fact, that women who spend years growing out gorgeous, beautiful hair get nagged by rude idiots to cut it off and donate to this scam charity. Do people with nice shoes get hounded to donate them to shoeless orphans? Yet for some reason, so many people get duped into donating their hair to this organization. With all the publicity surrounding the people who donate hair, why do we never see the cancer-stricken children who receive the hair?
CORRECTION: Diane Lane actually donated her hair to Pantene's Great Lengths program. I apologize for this error, but I stand by my comments on Locks Of Love. In 2005, they received $552,554 in contributions. They also do not give out every wig for free, they charge juvenile cancer patients according to their parent's income level. So they take people's hair and they take money from dying kids.