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know you are a generous soul, and that most of the time you would love to watch a friend's twins so she can get her hair cut or be the third wheel on an awkward not-a-date-first-date-hang-out. Still, when someone asks, "What are
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need to flame her on Yelp; i.e., keep spreading the bad feeling around. You do need to find a new place to get your hair cut . Privileged friend Your Privileged Friend We all have that friend. You know the one. She didn't seem different when
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vitalities. When it was over we smiled at each other in the secret way that couples do when sex is sure to follow. "I got my hair cut ," I said. "Did you ever," he replied, and then, simply, "Wow." The next week Dianne took me shopping and I
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hallway. Mona: Oh, you got your hair cut ! Lena: Yeah, what do you think ..... talking. Here, "Oh, you got your hair cut " means "I feel friendly." But ..... happens. Mona: Oh, you got your hair cut ! Carl: Yup. Carl wonders, Why
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com . Samantha Sarro Samantha Sarro, 30 Real life: Highway construction worker Secret alter ego: Princess Gets her hair cut at a barber shop, and wears bulky layers that make her feel schlumpy...even when she's off the job. When she chopped
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He was like an extension of my body. The first time I was away from him I left the house for half an hour to get my hair cut , one block away. I was so anxious, I had to leave the salon in the throes of a panic attack, hair still wet, foregoing
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eyes, taut skin, strong legs and round belly. But nothing makes me happier than this factoid: The animals get their hair cut and blow-dried before the big day—but not curled. Cows, you see, have a natural permanent wave.
Man of the Cloth: Q&A with The Pillars of the Earth's Matthew Macfadyen
people I really admired. JW: How do you prepare to play a 12th-century monk? MM: I had a tonsure, a very silly hair cut . JW: And how did you like that? MM: Not very much. And that was about it. I read the book, and the screenplay by
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work' done on my chin and neck and had the bags taken away from under my eyes so I decided it would be good to get a new hair cut so people will think it's my new hair.' He thought that was so funny he actually toasted me for doing what he said