Archive: Hair

Michelle Williams is finally growing her hair out, plus the adorable (and sad) reason why she kept it short.

Michelle Williams has finally decided to grow her hair out, after years of rocking a pixie cut. The Oscar nominated actress, 32, is growing her hair out, according to E! news. “I think I’m ready,” the Oz the Great and Powerful star, whose locks do indeed appear longer, said. “It’s on its way, slowly but surely.”

Michelle admits she’s kept it short longer than she had planned on, because of what a pain it is to grow out. “That’s why I’ve stayed with short hair for so long,” Jason Segel’s girlfriend said. “The mid-stage is insufferable. It’s really hard on your self-esteem.”

Daughter Matilda, 8, is ready for her mom to grow her hair out. “What Matilda would love is for her mom to grow out the cropped hair, though that’s unlikely to happen any time soon,” Williams told ELLE back in November 2011.

What prompted Michelle to cut her hair short to start with? Matilda’s late father, Heath Ledger. “Straight men across the board are not into this hair!” Williams told ELLE at the time. “I cut it for the one straight man who has ever liked short hair and I wear it in memorial of somebody who really loved it.” Ledger died of a drug overdose in January 2008 at age 28.

Now that she’s got a new man in her life, it’s time to enjoy long hair!

ON MY WISH LIST: Tresemmé Smoothing Shampoo and Conditioner

Tresemme has launched a brand new line called the Keratin Smooth Collection, and I can’t wait to try it! The new line includes shampoo, conditioner, serum and heat-protectant spray that makes your hair shiny and gorgeous for 48 hours!  It’s no secret keratin works wonders, and the line’s lower sulfates means it’s healthier for hair.

Tresemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo and Conditioner, $4.99 each, at drugstores

Davine’s NaturalTech products worth owning!

Davine’s extraordinary NaturalTech Nourishing Shampoo is absolutely amazing. Its creamy texture produces a full-bodied, rich foam, whilst the mixture of gentle surfactants gently washes the hair structure. It makes my hair feel so amazingly soft, so healthy, I’m totally addicted. I love the smell of the shampoo, I love how little it takes for results, I love it all!
How to use:

Apply 20 gr. of product to scalp and damp hair, massaging in gently. Rinse thoroughly and repeat if necessary. Treatment with Nourishing Shampoo can be repeated any time you wish according to scalp and hair needs.

Davine’s Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle Conditioner is just what this girl needed for her color-treated hair. I have way too much grey (I’m never going to admit how much), so dying my hair once every couple months – is a must. This conditioner really puts life back into my hair. I’ve used it twice now – once a month – and the results are visible. My hair is softer, healthier, and I don’t feel so bad for dying my hair as much as I do. It moisturizes hair in depth making it soft and shiny. It improves compability and helps make the hair structure even.

How to use:

Apply 15gr. to lengths and ends. Leave on for 10 minutes, then comb. Rinse thoroughly. For a deep repair treatment on medium or thick hair, apply Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle after having rinsed Nourishing Restructuring miracle off thoroughly; leave on for 5 minutes, then rinse again and dry. The treatment with Nourishing Vegetarian Miracle can be repeated any time you wish according to hair needs.

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LeAnn Rimes debuts her dramatic new look on Twitter!

LeAnn Rimes, 30, has decided to change things up a bit.

The singer debuted her new bangs on Twitter on Saturday.  While getting her new look, she tweeted, ‘Love my Andy Lacompte! I got banged! Love em! Was time for a fun change.’

Shortly after the new ‘do, she headed to Palm Springs where she was performing a private show. Her husband went along for the ride. ‘Meeting my hubby and the boys there,’ LeAnn wrote on Twitter. ‘Love when I get to have fam around when I’m workin.’

The day before the star had performed at a pre-Grammys party, but she skipped the ceremony itself on Sunday. Here’s her look from the pre-Grammys party.

I don’t think I care for the bangs on LeAnn. In my humble opinion, bangs only look good on a handful of people. She’s definitely not one of them.