Harry Styles and his hair performing on 'Good Morning America.'
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HEY, MEN. Want long, luxurious locks like Harry Styles? You're in luck! Great Lengths, a British hair extension company, has a line of "Men-Hancements" (LOL), which the men of London are using on the regular. British men are so into extensions that the company says that men will account for 10% of their sales this year. That's a lot of "men-hancements," y'all!
The site has pictures of models and men who decided to "men-hance" themselves and, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but none of them come close to approximating the undone, voluminous coiffure that's now signature to Harry. That hair, with its front height and side curls cannot (and should not, IMHO) be attempted by anyone else: we saw that last week in the One Direction ad for Macy's.
Justin Bieber released the short film for his new fragrance, The Key, this weekend—and from what we gather, once you purchase said perfume, the Biebs has full license to break and enter your room without any legal implications. Don't say we didn't warn you. Of course, if you like the idea of Justin waking you up at 3am on a Tuesday to go look at taxidermied animals and dance on a rooftop, then you're in luck. Maybe still sleep with a bat under your bed just in case, though. JK! No need to be scared. Justin Bieber will only sneak into your room to do fun things, according to his film.
Rihanna at the 2013 AMAs.
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Ever underscoring that she's Princess Doing-Everything, Rihanna wore a Dominican doobie wrap and pins to accept her award for top R&B Female Artist—the hairy hair-cap most black women tend to reserve for the ride to the salon—paired with a goth mermaid look (custom Jean Paul Gaultier sequined-sweetheart bralette and matching mini cascaded with lace, BTW). The coiffure seems to be a deliberate accessory to the #ghettogoth steez she's been riding so hard lately (to the chagrin of Ghe20 Goth1k originator Venus X) and another entry in the recent pantheon of "hood accessories" incorporated into high fashion. (See: the proliferation of house slippers and socks in these streets, including Miley Cyrus, via Phoebe Philo.) Twitter was mostly beside itself, underscoring the importance of bringing visibility and power to every aspect of black hair, often immersed in politics. As writer and cultural critic Sydette Harry (@Blackamazon) tweeted, "@Rihanna is what happens when [West Indian women] get enough money to not be able to google a f*** to give. I.LIVE.FOR.IT."
Step aside, Angelina's right leg. There's a new show-stealing limb in town and it belongs to Gwen Stefani. More than a month after announcing that she'd be collaborating with OPI on her very own nail polish collection, Stefani flashed some majorly toned leg in one of two new promo pics posted on Twitter. Hey baby, hey baby, HEY. Both shots are totally drenched in a deep, rich red—from her dual-slit, Asian-inspired gown to her lips, nails and the background itself. It's striking, for sure, but it also happens to be the line's signature shade: Over & Over A-Gwen. SO PUNNY!
One Direction in their Macy's Black Friday commercial.
Photo: Macy's YouTube Page
As you may recall, One Direction released their first fragrance, "Our Moment," last summer. (I remember this every morning as I spray all my clothing with the sweet nectar.) Well, the boys and Macy's have just released a NEW video for their Black Friday sale and, well, despite being only 30 seconds, it's very insightful. There's a lot to learn from this commercial.
The video opens with the members of 1D gathered around a perfume display case of "Our Moment" as they arrange the pink boxes. They're (once again!) coordinated in black, white, and red and, TBH, look comfortable working in retail. TANGENT: What if you walked into a store and someone who looked even slightly like Zayn Malik was helping you buy perfume? You would faint, and then, YOU'D GO BACK TO THAT STORE EVERY DAY. YOU'D BUY EVERY PERFUME EVER MADE. The actual members of One Direction better get out of Macy's before Black Friday, though, because they can't afford to have their faces trampled on.
Miley Cyrus, her bleached eyebrows, and Miranda Kerr.
Photo: @mileycyrus Instagram
Do you guys notice something a little ~off~ in this picture? Is it that Miley Cyrus is resting what are probably red lipsticked lips on Miranda Kerr's white cut-out shoulder dress? Maybe you're asking yourself, "Why are Miranda and Miley hanging out in the first place?" Or maybe, just maybe, it's because MILEY CYRUS HAS NO EYEBROWS. THEY ARE GONE. ADIOS. SAYONARA. GOOD DAY.
Miley posted her new look to Instagram early this morning and, like, are her eyebrows even there? Did she shave them off entirely? In the photo with Miranda, you can see the outline of what was once a brow (RIP). The black-and-white filter isn't helping distinguish what is there and what isn't (we're onto you, Miley), but if you tilt your screen to different angles and/or squint, you can make out some very bleached eyebrows. They're still there, guys, PHEW: they're just so light they blend in with her skin color.
Demi Lovato in her video for 'Neon Lights.'
Photo: @ddlovato's Twitter
When Demi Lovato debuted the cover art for her new single, "Neon Lights," last week, we were all like, “OOOH” and “AHHH” and “where can we score some glow-in-the-dark nail polish?” Lovato stripped down and submerged herself in water for the beautifully illuminated first shot, and now we’re learning that there’s a lot more where that came from, thanks to a few sneak peek screen grabs from the song’s soon-to-be-released music video.
In honor of passing the 20-million follower mark on Twitter (*throws confetti*), Demi shared several pics from the rain-drenched shoot and OMG HER HAIR GLOWS, TOO. (Wait, is that why she dyed it neon blue or was the black light-friendly tint just a happy bonus? Hmm.) But that's not all that glows! Demi gets decked out in all KINDS of neon makeup: nail polish, lipstick, super thick cat-eye liner. SO FUN. We can haz, plz?