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I can totally see where you're coming from, Czar. Since Ms. Minogue has the resources (money), and the motivation (that she's back in the scene), she should invest in some nice hair pieces, at least when she's out in the public eye. But then again, kudos to Kylie for a lesser woman would not be able to pull off that pixie haircut.

Bad Hair Czar

No, she can't pull off the pixie haircut.


And what kind of message does that send to the countless women who have undergone the same treatment as Ms. Minogue but who lack the means to purchase hair? That they are not "good enough" the way they are? I think she's being a fantastic, responsible role model. And that she looks beautiful, to boot.


It really is bitchy of you. She can't help it and wigs suck. Even the most expensive ones feel like shit and are too hot.

It's one thing to make fun of someone's outragiously bad choices, it's another to take issue with a woman being strong in spite of her hair loss.

BTDT with the hair loss. You don't have it in you to be as strong as those of us who have been through it, or are still going through it. You're not a hair czar, you're a little whiney child. May AGA haunt you in the future.

Take a flying leap.


Kylie's hair looks great to me and I'm not usually a fan of short hair. Also, I think she is setting a wonderful example. Her own hair is attractive so why should she resort to the insipid fakery so ubiquitous these days? Kylie is not a young girl, but a woman who is obviously confident with herself and her unique looks and circumstance. She is much more than a hairstyle.


Wow, hair czar, when you say you're serious about hair, I guess you're not kiddin around!


I know a woman who has been battling cancer for almost a decade, and she has had no hair for the duration of that time. She always wears a hat or a wig, and never looks bad. In fact, I've heard her get compliments on the wigs she has, and they really do look real. She's not extremely wealthy or famous, but she manages to look good.
Meanwhile, Kylie has enormous amounts of money and looks a bit like a deranged grandmother in that picture (what's with the collar on that dress?). Is she bleaching her hair? Her roots are so dark!
Bad hair is bad hair, and Kylie is obviously concerned with looking good despite her battle with cancer because she's made up and she has a dress on!


I think her hair actualy looks really cute.


Normally, I love the snark, but you've crossed the line here.
Cancer is scary, and seeing women w/hair loss might make some people uncomfortable--but that discomfort is nothing, next to going through chemo and losing one's hair. Wigs look fake, and feel even worse. Kudos to Kylie for being herself--plus, her hair is cute.


y does she have 2 wear a wig when she ac2ally looks nice nd decent. she also makes cancer look easy 4 her.


I actually found this blog doing an image search for cute short haircuts. I saved this image because I'm going to take it to my next stylist appt.

Just as a note on the wigs - I agree with everyone's comments about them being itchy, fake and generally uncomfortable. On top of that, chemotherapy often sends women into early menopause - complete with hot flashes. Asking someone to wear a wig when they're sweating bullets for the sake of beauty is beyond my imagination.

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