Celebrities have no excuse for bad hair.
Actors, especially those who have played a variety of roles and have seen themselves in different hair styles and hair colors and wigs and even different eye color and makeup combinations, should know — by the time a major event like the Golden Globes or SAG Awards or Grammys roll around — what hair style looks best on their person.
And yet, time and time again, celebrities turn up at these events looking either dowdy as hell or like they just got out of bed or so genuinely freaky, that I doubt they glanced in the mirror before they walked the red carpet.
I know these actors and singers hire stylists to present them in their best light. But I have decided those same stylists are simply taking care of their own career…which apparently means dressing the actors in whatever label is best for their business and whatever hair style will get the most attention.
But bad attention is still attention. So, hey — let’s make a bird’s nest out of Drew Barrymore’s hair and see if E! mentions her in their red carpet coverage.
You got your wish, Drew. Your face is everywhere, but you’re getting slammed for your hairstyle instead of congratulated for your win. Did your stylist really do her job?
A lot of these celebs would do themselves an enormous favor by cutting the size of their entourage and replacing them with a big ol’ dose of reality.
Look in the mirror with your own eyes and trust your judgment for a change. Do you think you look like an idiot?
Chances are, you’re right.