Hair Vajazzles are a real thing!Bedazzled cell phones scream "Real Housewives." Rhinestone-studded clothing looks out of date. Vajazzled and pejazzled private parts? Also old news. The new craze in crystal studs is HAIR VAJAZZLING! Yes, that's really what it's called. But we have one question: why is it called vajazzling if it has nothing whatsoever to do with a vagina?!
If you can see beyond the terrible name, Hair Vajazzles are now available for $13.45 a pack. They are the creation of British reality star and model Amy Childs, who dressed up in a Britney Spears-inspired outfit for the launch. The hair vajazzles attach to your hair in strips with the use of a flat iron. Just apply the studs or hearts to your hair, iron for five seconds, remove the backing, and you're good to go. But let's hope you really, really like those hair vajazzles, because they stay in your hair for 3-10 days.
These crystals can be ironed into your hairWhat do you think of Hair Vajazzles?
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Hair Vajazzles are a real thing!Bedazzled cell phones scream "Real Housewives." Rhinestone-studded clothing looks out of date. Vajazzled and pejazzled private parts? Also old news. The new craze in crystal studs is HAIR VAJAZZLING! Yes, that's really what it's called. But we have one question: why is it called vajazzling if it has nothing whatsoever to do with a vagina?!Read More »from Would You Vajazzle Your Hair?
We love playful warm weather accessories, but with so many stylish sunglasses, sandals, and jewelry options hats often get overlooked. We've rounded up some chic, easy styles perfect for the beach, a BBQ, playing in the park, or even a night on the town. Take a look through our favorite options. By Joanna Douglas, Shine StaffRead More »from Summer Hats
We love wearing rompers in the summerThis Contemporary Closet 6 Shore Road Tight Rope Romper is a no brainer for hot summer days. It was originally $95, but now it's on sale for only $29!
Sale starts Thursday at noon EST on MyHabit.com.
Are those penises on your pants or are you happy to see me? Well, ladies, we've stumbled on a very odd pairs of pants today, and we just had to share to them with... everyone! Presenting: penis leggings. Yes, you read that correctly. From far away the design looks like some sort of abstract print. But up close (click here for a NSFW zoomed in version) you'll notice the the print is made up of photographs of penises in all shapes and sizes, both circumcised and uncircumcised. These are equal-opportunity penis pants!Read More »from Fashion that Makes Us Sad: NSFW Penis Pants
If you're interested, these leggings cost from Bas Kosters Studio cost $151. As their website notes, they are "also available for men."
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Lady Gaga wearing her new meat dress in TokyoLady Gaga put on another meat dress this weekend in Tokyo. This time the dress is a bit more tailored and it does not appear to be made of actual slabs of beef. She performed amongst fake meat hanging on the stage, and posted this photo (at left) on Twitter to share with her worldwide fans.
Lady Gaga first wore her original meat ensemble to the 2010 MTV Video Music Awards. After raising eyebrows, she explained the carnivorous getup to Ellen DeGeneres back in 2010.
"It is certainly no disrespect to anyone that is vegan or vegetarian," said Gaga. "As you know, I am the most judgment free human being on the earth. However, it has many interpretations. . . if we don't stand up for what we believe in and if we don't fight for our rights, pretty soon we're going to have as much rights as the meat on our bones," she added. "And I am not a piece of meat."
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The strappiest swimsuit of all time!When it comes to swimsuit shopping, most women seek a bathing suit that's flattering, supportive, comfortable, and won't leave odd tan lines. The new collection by Chromat has disregarded all traditional thinking when it comes to swimwear.Read More »from Fashion that Makes Us Sad: Geometric Tan Lines
This Pentagram monokini provides no support and little coverage up top. And the dozens of straps could act like a human spider web getting caught on everything in your path. (Also, the straps make this one-piece look totally complicated to take on and off!) But of course, the first thing we thought when we saw this swimsuit is the bizarre tan lines it will leave behind. Who wants to have crisscrossing stripes all over their chest, stomach, and back?!
Also, this swimsuit costs $250. No thank you!
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- Joanna Douglas, Senior Fashion and Beauty Editor | Beauty – Mon, May 14, 2012 1:07 PM EDT
As Playboy struggles to stay relevant, the company is launching a men's body product to compete with Axe. The new commercial for Playboy body wash is not only sexist, it's absurd. Watch as one supposed body wash user lives out his ridiculous fantasies complete with twins, 21-year-old girls, and a rotating bed.
Do guys really think this commercial is funny or? Do they believe using Playboy body wash can turn them into some kind of stud? Does Playboy realize this ad is corny, predictable, and objectifies women in the lamest of ways? It's boring!
We'd like to see an alternate version where the lady trapped in the elevator busts out some kung fu moves, escapes, and reports the guy for being a creep.
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