see url Let us not underestimate the power of hair. It is a topic that is encountered every day. The popular areas of debate exist between the notion of blondes vs brunettes, the fear of grey hair and men going bald. Being from the culture there are some styles that are widely accepted but in recent years I have seen a drive towards more ‘quirky’ looking styles. Speaking of quirky and of the culture the proof that we ALL make mistakes is below:
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http://heatherbestel.com/2015/05/how-to-be-more-productive/?replytocom=9051 Here at Imperious Ent we do appreciate powerful quotes so if you may, allow me to incorporate one stand-out quote pertaining to said topic. Ladies I love y’all.
“The hair is the richest ornament of women”
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Hair? You are tripping Rams…
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Sorry Chris. This was not one of your finest pieces of work.
Hairstyle and hair products form an essential portion of your day – as it should. I was raised around a lot of gorgeous women and I admired the pride in which they looked after their locks. Hairstyles factor in a number of aspects such as facial shape, height and even outfits.
Hair to women is the icing on the cake, the signature at the bottom of the artist’s canvas or currently the “Jeks” or “Rams” at the end of each blog.
Short hair with the sweep to one side. Singer Monica looks RIGHT here!!
Taylor Swift with long curly hair.
Achievable for a day to day look
Kendall Jenner rocking the topknot and fringe
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On behalf of men around the world we do truly appreciate the effort that is made. Now that I have spoken on behalf of the gender, I will speak myself. I am very attentive when it comes to a new style.
Unfortunately, there are examples of bad hairstyles.
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Catherine Tate’s character “Lauren” with the so-called ‘Croydon facelift’
Shout out all my people in Croydon. Apparently the above term does exist and it refers to the ‘scraped back look’ that some women adopt. We all know Lauren was a character but growing up in the inner-city I have come across a few “Lauren’s” in my timeline (ALLEGEDLY). The squiggle side-burns look was another style I saw during my school-days. Let us move on.
Mel B with the ‘half shaved bald’ look
Ladies I am not trying to stir the pot. Agree or disagree?
Personally, I was not a big fan of the recent trend of women ‘of the culture’ shaving half their head top. Granted, I had to educate myself on this look so I did my googles. It worked for Cassie. To me it made Mel B’s alias as “Scary Spice” justifiable.
Hairstyles can be a statement of intent especially when pulled off correctly. A continuous thread in all our content here at Imperious Ent is ‘panache moves.’ Do not let Rams opinion dissuade you in the slightest. You may make me eat my words and pull off the styles listed as bad in an impressive manner.
Rams is here to be criticised too. I have had bad hair days myself and I can only blame one person…