Beauty: Effie Trinket hair lust

2 Feb
Hair envy. Photo via thehollywoodgossip.com

Hair envy. Photo via thehollywoodgossip.com

I want light pink hair so bad after seeing so many Effie Trinket pics. It’s so subtle and classy, as opposed to this. Cringe!

There’s some kind of sick pleasure I get out of the fashion in the capitol from the Hunger Games books. It seems so fun, cool and classy without being ridiculous, much like every single afflicted suburban ‘alternative’ kid who dyes their hair bright green or red.

WANT. Photo via shortgirltallheels.blogspot.com

WANT. Photo via shortgirltallheels.blogspot.com

I really like the way Kelly Osbourne has been dying her hair lately. She’s a pretty and classy gal, and her lightly dyed hair adds some colorful personality while maintaining her chic style. The way we wear our hair is a fashion statement anyways, and lightly colored hair, like lavender or pink, is subtly fun.

Maybe fashionistas will embrace the lightly colored hair sparked by the Hunger Games capitol kids and maybe Kelly Osbourne. I LOVE the light pink and light purple hair colors. I WANT. Now only if it wouldn’t (probably, people are so judgy about hair color) ruin my chances at finding a grown up job. Blerg.

 

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3 Responses to “Beauty: Effie Trinket hair lust”

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  1. Beauty: Beth Ditto for MAC « 20poorandfabulous - February 14, 2012

    [...] MAC makeup colors are. And again, as if I can ever get it out of my mind, this makeup reminds me of the Capitol’s style in the Hunger Games. Fangirl time finished. For now. Image via maccosmetics.com Share [...]

  2. New York Fashion Week: Hits, misses and hot messes « 20poorandfabulous - February 16, 2012

    [...] MY GOD. YES YES A THOUSAND TIMES YESSSSS!!!! This is my Downton Abbey meets Hunger Games’ Capitol meets the future of fashion fantasy line. This is what I’ve been hoping and praying would [...]

  3. It Girl: Kelly Osbourne « 20poorandfabulous - February 17, 2012

    [...] I am OBSESSED with her hair color choices. Instead of being bright pink, blue, or whatever terrible dye job Katy [...]

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