The Emmy Awards were Sunday, so PD thought we’d offer up our own reward for those wannabe caped crusaders in Congress. Drum roll, please. PD would like to present the award for Worst Hairstyle of the whole political spectrum. The nominees are….
Summer heat and humidity can be rough, especially in landlocked Central Europe. Places in the US Midwest without air conditioning are unheard of, whereas A/C for whatever reason doesn’t seem to translate to Slovakian, leaving fashion worker bees to roast.
Put away that 1%er envy, as always PD’s got you covered with our Beach in a Bottle.
It’s been proved by the scientists at Estée Lauder that after a devastating breakup or the hearing of colossally bad news, such as the loss of a job, family member, or the Supreme Court’s recent ruling on Obama Care, women experience a strong compulsion to drastically change up their appearance. This behavior has been shown to signify a process of going from intense grief and abject suffering, to a place of psychological rebirth and strength. Similar studies conducted at the University of Cosmo also support this thesis.
While old media pundits pat themselves on the back and try to spin the newly dubbed, “Robert’s Debacle,” PD is more interested in helping you get to that psychological rebirth place.
The tip dyeing, sometimes referred to as the less eloquent dip dyeing, hair trend has been getting major play since the beginning of this year. Tip dyeing is the kid sister to the Lite-Brite color highlights pushed by the major players of VH1’s Tool Academy, back in 2010.
Tip dyeing is basically the act or art of dyeing the tips of normally colored hair, with bright hues of orange, pink, purple, blue; really any automatic color. Getting this done professionally can set a girl back $50+, and can also end up lasting two long months. Those are two major negatives, as this look is one partaken usually in times of insanity, and acute stress and sadness, which is what us here at PD are going for now. Consequently, tip dyeing isn’t really something you want to wake up to day after day for two months. Two weeks on the other hand, we can all stomach, including our employers.
Thus PD presents, “Tip Dyeing with Kool Aid."
Wanting a different spin to holiday hair?
While most beach bunnies clamor to their hairstylists demanding bleach-bottle-blonde in the summer season, that type of action can prove to be a tragic mistake. Here at PD, we’ve made a promise not to hold back and to give you the full fashion truth, so help us God.
Steel yourself. Not everyone looks good as a blonde.
In fact, let’s take that one step further: Most people don’t look good as blondes.
Is your world shattered? It shouldn’t be. The harsh reality is that blonde hair makes normally flawless skin look ruddy, and both packs on the pounds and years.
Natural hair color can be a beautiful thing, albeit a somewhat boring thing. Inside of trying to pull off something that most cannot, in this time of global uncertainly and yet another Sacha Baron Cohen movie, for this summer, may we at PD suggest silver tinting?
Why go with silver tinting? Overall you retain your natural hair color, which automatically match your skin tone, but under direct sunlight, and a $47 eco-bulb, the silver tint will add a hint of sparkle and brighten up even the mousiest of browns. What could be better than your slightly amped up natural color?
Silver tinting is of course a 2012 trend, but unlike other trends that will only tread water till all of the Sheiks leave the Caribbeano, a silver tint will translate beautifully into the Fall and Winter months.