Hairstyle from a Seokyeong University Beauty Design student at the recent Asia Beauty Festival in Seoul, South Korea
This just breaks my heart.
As someone who has waged a losing campaign to single-handedly bring back the tradition of Fedoras in the winter and Panamas in the summer — a truly hopeless task in perennially sunny Silicon Valley — and who has encouraged every old girlfriend to strongly consider the Ingrid Bergman look…
…these hair styles are truly an abomination!
Geez, that’s a wonderful drying rack for delicate woolens, isn’t it?
Gary Oldman’s Transgender Dracula on Steroids! (if I be allowed to take this stuff seriously . . .)
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Who knew Mickey Mouse would make a comeback.
I don’t know . . . if a woman had that hairstyle, suddenly, it does not matter what she is wearing.
Franky, I’m impressed. That shape is so fucking weird. How did they get her hair up that way? Is it hollow inside or is it all a dense mass of hair? How heavy is it? So many questions.
Or can I put my ***** in it and would it feel good.
Waiting for Lady Gaga to steal this look. lol
I have a hat similar to the on in your attachment. Not sure if it’s a fedora or a panama but I always liked those hats. So stylish.
Classic fedora, key, and few wore it better than Bogie on the tarmac in ‘Casablanca’. A Panama is made of straw / palm fronds (but David can and will correct me if I’m wrong).
at least she look like a korean
I bet a bird or something is living in there.
There is *nothing* that freak won’t steal.
She indeed looks kinda ajummish
That’s most certainly not her real hair, but a hairpiece; hence, it could be considered a hat.
Wire frame, hollow inside, definitely lots of “product” involved.
Like Michelle Obama’s new hairpiece!
I was just having an animated conversation about this as well as discussing one theory of how to dress.
IMHO, this hairstyle is very successful because it is the “accent” of her attire. She keeps her makeup simple to show her lovely face and THOSE EYES. Her dress is mostly black with white highlights that places emphasis upon the form – much in the way the hairstyle is all about shape or form.
A simple dress or accompaniment works as a “base” with this hair since the hair is the accent. It almost does not matter what she wears so long as it follows the lines of such a concept.
This model does an excellent job wearing this as well.
Like someguy mentions, this might be a hairpiece and a “hat” and that really makes sense.
31 Gahoe-dong, Bukchon #Korea #seoul #bukchon @ Bukchon Hanok Village https://t.co/PR01zQRZ97
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Bukchon Cultural Center from above. #Korea #seoul #bukchon @ Bukchon Hanok Village https://t.co/TG75cKIQNG
Hanok roofs outside Jeon Gwang-su Coffee House, Bukchon. #Korea #seoul #bukchon @ 전광수커피 북촌점 https://t.co/BGyFqA6GrF
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