This past weekend I spent some time catching up on Gossip Girl, and after pretty much missing the entire season 4, I had a lot of catching up to do. Now on Episode 5 of the latest season, the show seems to have just as many twists and turns as it used to. I’m not disappointed – except with Blair!
Typically the gal with the most fashion sense on the show, I have been so let down so far! Especially with how much green envy I have of Leighton Meester anytime she steps out into the limelight, I would like to make a plea to whomever is styling Blair’s hair for the show to reevaluate their strategy. Please! It appears they are trying to go with a 40′s style sleek waved look, but she ends up usually just looking like she stepped out of the shower and let her hair air dry – in a bad way. On top of that, they are trying to sweep her rather short bangs back into her style to hide them, and aren’t doing a very good job of doing so. It’s driving me nuts!
Serena, on the other hand, has already had a dozen hairstyles I love. What’s the deal, Blair!
Any of you keeping up with this season on Gossip Girl?
If there’s one thing Nicki Minaj has down pat, it’s standing out in the spotlight from her crazy outfits, unique way with words, and my favorite, her ever changing hair. Sometimes she switches it up so much I can barely recognize her, like when she chose to don a kimono and hair pinned up in chopsticks at Fashion’s Night out last week in New York City.
More frequently, Nicki is often seen sporting a blonde ‘do cut is various ways and dyed a slew of different colors (and patterns!). She definitely takes dip dye to a new level with this look.
What do you think of Nicki Minaj’s bold hair style choices? Love it or hate it?
I stumbled upon this fun little quiz yesterday and just had to take it.
Sometimes I really wonder what my hairstyle is saying about me – and if it fits my personality.
All it took was a few quick answers to simple personality questions – What do you have for breakfast? What do your slippers look like? – and you get an answer. Mine was:
Natural and Carefree.
Like Juliette Binoche, Dido and Marisa Tomei, you’re comfortable in your skin and love a style you can wear tousled — in bed or out. For you, great hair is all about finding a cut that works with your hair’s natural texture and body — and doesn’t require a lot of upkeep. Long hours creating the perfect blow-out or curling, molding and primping are not for you.
One of the easiest ways to create a look that’s long on style but short on effort is to use texturizing products — pomades, waxes, creams and gels. Many of these products go on damp or dry hair and can tame frizzies and add volume and shine — all in one quick application. Discover which hair texturizing products we love.