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When I was a kid I always wore my hair in braids. They were long extensions that fell past my shoulders and, while the process took a few hours, they were so low maintenance that it was hard not to love them. They even allowed me to swim without my hair turning into a ’70s flashback. I finally got tired of them by middle school and started straightening my hair exclusively. I did that until college, when I started to wear my hair naturally, curly and hot comb free. Yes, I willingly decided that I wanted my hair to become a ’70s flashback. More
According to Marie Claire, Kendall Jenner took “bold braids to a new epic level.” Twitter was not pleased by this idiotic declaration. More
Justin Timberlake has a feature in the May issue of Details, in which he admits a little wrongdoing on his fashion decisions as a teenager. More
12 famous ladies wearing cornrows. That’s Shakira on the left but there’s more. -The Frisky
430k: that would be how much Courtney Love owes in a Twitter-related defamation suit. Find out why. -Styleite
2. That’s how many lives this puppy got. Tagging this post “puppies cheating death.” -MyDaily
10 of the best dressed man bands of all time. Do you agree? -Fashion Indie
15 women who changed love and sex forever. -Betty Confidential
No, just kidding, Kim Kardashian. I mean, I find it a little terrifying that you explained your new hairstyle by tweeting “Ok just took a quick nap and woke up with a whole new look! Love the glam squad!” I mean, oh Jesus Christ, who is the glam squad? Just strangers? Strangers who wander into your house and just take your hair and do insane things to it while you sleep? So, monsters? Or elves? Just mean spirited elves who live in the Kardashian’s house? Sometimes I fear there is no keeping up with the Kardashians and their elf-army.
But, anyhow, Kim, I don’t want you to feel bad about your hair. Here are some places cornrows will be completely appropriate:
Legendary director Blake Edwards died yesterday. He is largely remembered for comedies that mixed slapstick comedy with highbrow sophistication like The Pink Panther, Victor/Victoria and Breakfast at Tiffany’s. And his leading ladies (and sometimes men) always looked smashing, even if … More