Skip to comments.Model Hair
Posted on 10/20/2011 6:18:30 PM PDT by moneyrunner
Since there was such an interest in model's teeth, I thought I would do an overview of model's hair. Ever notice that the hair in fashion magazines never resembles what you actually see in reality?
Imagine what it takes to maintain these hairstyles for anything except a photo shoot with a stylist off-camera.
It might be a hairpiece. I would like to find out personally.
Drat. I thought there were going to be more pictures of Gaddafi here.
I miss the 80s too ;)
I hate to disillusion you men, but model hair for photo ops is done by sweeping all of the back hair forward so it looks like full, rich tresses. See Cosmo hair. :)
My Irish friend has hair a lighter blond (natural) than the model on the Bazaar cover and it is styled in similar fashion.....and her hair stays that way all day......on top of it she looks like Cate Blanchett......
Mmmmmmm, sounds lovely.
Lovely indeed, inside and out.....
You're saying don't look at her rear?
All the better.
I have known a few real women with perfect hair all through my life. I cannot figure out how they do it. A hair stylist told me those with great hair are born with it, and usually have a professional cut and or color it- no “do it yourself” hair color with boxes from the store. ha ha. I also like to fantasize that they must spend every waking moment on their hair with no free time for anything else. Well it does make me feel better.
I run a hair salon. It’s part cut, part color (in most cases), part product, and part style out. The model shown appears to have been “bombshelled”, which is a curling wand style out and is a very popular look right now.
That is a great picture!
I thought it was cute. LOL
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