She woke up like dis.
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Not too long ago Demi Lovato was changing her hair as fast as she changed outfits. She was blonde, blue, pink, back to brunette, and then buzzed on the side like Skrillex. Nowadays, she’s all about the natural look and to prove it, Demi posted a no-makeup selfie to Instagram with the caption “I woke up like dis…..at 4 pm.” Yonce would be proud.
Sweating is kind of a bummer. Unfortunately I do it all the time. Like when a stranger approaches me on the street to ask a simple question, or when I watch celebrities give awkward and embarrassing speeches at award shows. Or how about last week, when I sweat profusely through my wedding dress fitting, endlessly apologizing to the seamstress, while facing the hard reality of how much I will inevitably sweat during the wedding itself. Pretty cool life moment for me, but hey, it could have been worse. I could have been sweating AND smelled bad. Luckily, in fifth grade, I learned the importance of deodorant, so as much as I sweat, I usually never smell. Usually.
Uh, has Adam Lambert been hanging around with Rihanna? Because he’s quickly on his way to becoming her male hair-chameleon counterpart. Only a few days after the singer debuted a Katy Perry-esque green hue, Adam’s onto the next–white hair. He captioned his car selfie “White Hair Don’t Care,” which, if you remember, was the very same caption he used when he posted his green 'do. You can't just "not care" about your hair but constantly change it, Adam! Which color do you care about? For now I feel safe betting on white. Tomorrow could be a different story.
Either way, we are 100% behind this new look. A white dye job hasn’t looked this good since Halle Berry championed it as Storm in X-Men. Of course, Anderson Cooper might try to take credit for this look's growing popularity, but the natural white-haired look doesn’t really compare to the intentional one, which has a sort of cool irreverence.
Kristen Stewart with her red and orange hair.
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Last week Kristen Stewart dyed her hair orange. Or, at least, we thought she did. It turns out her orange hair was merely one step in a multi-step process to get fiery red hair. K.Stew was spotted on set for American Ultra with her bright red 'do and, at least from the candid photos, it looks like she's enjoying life as a redhead. It's probably hard to look sad when your hair is, like, as bright as it's ever going to be.
There are a lot of home beauty tricks and remedies out there, but how do you know which ones are worth trying and which are a big ol' waste-o-time? (That's a cool expression, right?) Don't worry my friends, I have tested some out for you, in hopes of saving you energy and personal disaster. So, you're welcome.
I have to admit, I'm skeptical about home remedies. It's not that I think they don't work. A lot do. For example, when my mom was a teen she used to put mayo in her hair overnight to condition it. You should see some old photos of her—real nice hair. Realistically, I just don't think I'm gonna whip up an avocado callus softener when I can whip up some guacamole instead and just buy the avocado callus softener. Also, I don't cover anything about avocado callus softeners in this video.
Adam Lambert follows Katy Perry's green hair lead.
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Do Adam Lambert and Katy Perry drink water from the same source? Is there something in the water? What other explanation is there for why two people decided to dye their hair green in the same week? I honestly can't think of any. Oh, maybe because it looks good? That could be it.
Adam Lambert debuted his new 'do on Instagram, captioning the photo, "Green hair don't care." I think you do care, Adam. I'd care if I could pull off green hair. Adam really went for it, even dyeing the closely shaved sides of his head. While it's hard to tell what shade of green his hair actually is (thanks, Instagram filters), it looks like it's a pretty dark shade.