Lose: Celebrity Blonde Gone Wrong

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If you’ve been reading Lust, Love, Lose for awhile, you know a good blonde is hard to come by. Wither it’s roots, brassiness, or just a distinct lack of toner, there’s a thousand ways to gone wrong and so very few to get it right. So I can almost forgive these celebrities for their peroxide atrocities, until I realize they have well paid stylists who let them out of the house like this. Gathered just for you, a list of the top 7 celebrity blonde fails of all time.

Donatella Versace

 

Emma Stone

Drew Barrymore

Amy Winehouse

Kim Kardashian

Lindsay Lohan

Kimora Simmons


The moral of the story? All the money in the world can’t buy you the underlying skin tone, facial features, or secret something it takes to turn Norma Jeane into Marilyn.

What do you think? What are your rules for pushing the boundaries of your genetic makeup for the sake of fashion? And how do you know when (if?) you’ve gone too far?

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4 responses »

  1. The worst one out of all of them photo’s was Amy Winehouse. I already know which hair colours suit my skin tone. I’m very pale, so I know not to wear blonde dyes that have yellow,Orange, or white tones, because they make me look ill. However, I suit dark blonde.
    I only use hair lightener, if I’m wanting to put another light colour over it.

  2. omg! I didn’t know Kimora went blonde!really terrible job!!
    I agree on all of them…Emma Stone and Lindsay, I prefered them as red haired.

    I think Drew looks cute with this blonde, in any case she always was blond-ish!

    btw, love your theme, I have the same one! 😉

    http://designedbyann.wordpress.com

  3. I think I read somewhere that Emma Stone was naturally a blonde but…or was it Christina Hendricks. Either way, one of my favorite (normally) redheads is really a blonde, and I don’t mind Emma as a blond so much. Everyone else, just got it wrong, wrong, wrong.

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