Banishing Bad Hair Days since 1997!™

Hair Extensions Used To Simulate Fur On Project Runway

Introduction

American Idol is back for another season and the contestants are jockeying for position and fan recognition. History has shown that American Idol contestants with unusual hair have an instant way to attract attention.

Chris March was eliminated from Project Runway after showing three pieces from his finale collection that made liberal use of human hair extensions. The hair extensions were used to mimic fur. The judges, especially Nina Garcia, were, to put it lightly, horrified that human hair was used as "fur".

Chris March was a former costume designer for Beach Blanket Babylon. In his defense Chris told the media that he was told over and over that Project Runway was a show, with the emphasis on show.

Chris showcased a beautiful lace halter top paired with a shiny human-hair skirt and a body-hugging safety-pin skirt with a wild hair vest. He also showed off an evening gown that was hair extension free. www.projectrunway.com

Summary

Valerie Bertinelli is back in the limelight. She has accomplished her goal to lose weight and did it in front of millions for the Jenny Craig campaign. As she shares in her book, she still maintains a loving relationship with her Eddie Van Halen, her ex husband, and her son is doing well in his own life and musical career.

Life is good for Valerie. Expect to see a lot more of this actress in the near future.

If you want to talk more about this or other hair care articles on HairBoutique.com or anywhere else, please post a message on HairBoutique.com's Hair Talk Forums.

loading
 
Active HairTalk Threads
Wanna talk?
HairTalk® is the place for you!
Recent Topics:
Quick Poll
When you shampoo your hair, do you use undiluted shampoo?
Yes
No
Daily Hair Tip
Always apply conditioners from the top of the ears down to the ends. Avoid the roots.
Top Gallery Images
Copyright 1997-2021, hairboutique.com,
All Rights Reserved.
Terms of Service,
Privacy Statement,
Advertise,
Contact Us,
Press,
Disclaimer