Sep 13, 2013 7:41AM
Ever heard of a hair brained idea? If your life revolves around the appearance of your hair stay away from candles.
Sep 13, 2013 7:11AM
You know they can give them a new set, a new pretty weather map but if all you do is put a new coat of paint on a rotten piece of wood the underlying wood is still rotten. NBC just doesn't seem to get it......Lauer is the problem. They've changed everything else except Rocker. When the likes of Lara Spencer beats you in the ratings.................well enough said.
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Oct 28, 2013 8:35AM
I think most women have gone through chopping off their locks for many reasons.
Some just want to try something new, out of curiosity, some do it for a cause such
as donating it to locks of love to make wigs for cancer patients. Whatever the reason,
what's the big deal, it does grow back! I see nasty comments and I can't help but wonder
why anyone would even be so cruel. Just because of their own opinion they don't have to
be hurtful, plus it isn't their hair! Think about the hair mistakes we have all made, isn't
it great to hear how it's so unflattering for you, I don't like it, what did you do to yourself?
No! it isn't right? It's downright depressing even more so if you happened to like the look.
Women are very sensitive to their hair since it is regarded as their crowning glory! Please don't
be insensitive , think of the women who've been through Chemo and have lost their own hair!
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|Chopped: Extreme TV haircuts|
Here's a brief look at some notable characters who sacrificed their hair on-screen
By Kate Mulcrone
In the Season 1 finale of "The Mindy Project," Dr. Mindy Lahiri (Mindy Kaling) cut off her gorgeous long hair. She's hardly the first character to do so. Ever since Keri Russell lopped off her trademark curls on "Felicity," TV shows have been using radical haircuts to signal big changes for characters. These changes run the gamut from a bad breakup to shedding a good-guy image to an accidental trim gone major. Here are some before-and-after shots of some extreme makeovers of notable TV characters as well as some insight into their reasons for making the big cut.
"The Mindy Project" airs Tuesdays at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT on FOX.