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Back in the 1960s, iconic stylist Vidal Sassoon perfected the "wash-and-wear" hairstyle. His cuts relied on sharp, geometric angles, and remained product-free, allowing the natural swing and shine of the hair come through.
It was a haircut revered for its chic style and ease of care. Do you have a wash-and-wear kind of hairstyle — one that requires minimal effort on your part? Or, do you have to put a little extra TLC into your locks to get them to be where you want?
Another ill-advised marketing message: "If you don't look good, we don't look good." Hmm, so can I tell that to the cashier at the drugstore the next time a product doesn't work? Maybe she'll let me return an empty tube? I guess this is colorific in someone's eyes, although the choppy commercial makes my head hurt even more than the rad hair hues we see. But, the hairstyles? Oh yeah, tease me, baby.
Why, it seems like only days ago that our "Shear Genius" was performing its first hedge clipper haircut. Alas, the wackiest reality show on TV wraps up its season tonight, with a final three of Daisy, Anthony and Ben competing for $100,000 in front of a panel of judges that will include Vidal Sassoon himself. Despite my initial skepticism, this show has won me over completely; I hope Bravo brings it back for a second season, though I can't imagine how the producers could find a new cast as wonderfully bizarre as this one.
I'm curious to see how tonight's finale plays out. Daisy either has the capacity to be brilliant or awful; Anthony is consistently good; and Ben, while being my favorite personality left in the competition, doesn't really seem to have the skills. Then again, this is the show that knocked off two of the best stylists in one fell swoop, so anything can happen. To watch a video preview of the three finalists receiving their instructions, read more