Doll! Love your new squaredo!

January 29, 2009

Blog Guy, I’m off to France tonight, and I know how fashion-conscious they are over there. Any beauty tips for moi?

Well, I hope your squaredresser gave you a good squarecut for the trip.

Squarecut? You mean a haircut?

Oh, I was afraid of this. Where have  you been, girlfriend? The very latest in chic is to have your hair modeled around a geometric frame, like these models at the Paris Haute Couture show.

Oh no! Nobody told me! Now it’s too late!

Calm down. Fortunately, you have an overnight flight to correct the situation.

You need to bring an empty tangerine crate, four wire coat hangers, a large bottle of Elmer’s Glue and a can of squarespray…

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Model present creations by French designer Jean-Paul Gaultier as part of his Spring-Summer Haute Couture 2009 fashion collection in Paris, January 28, 2009. REUTERS/ Jacky Naegelen

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Blog guy — the crime here has nothing to do with the hair — WHO DID THE CROPPING ON THESE SHOTS?

It appears that, quite likely, no one will ever notice what these ladies’ hair looks like. We want to see the dress – esp on the second one….

Posted by joel | Report as abusive

Well, at least if you forget to do your hair, you can just clip a Native American Mandala to the back of your head and you’re good to go!

I think you mean a “dreamcatcher.” A mandala is a totally different thing.

Posted by Kathleen | Report as abusive

Oops! Yes, I mean a dreamcatcher! Curses, Bob! If you’re not going to edit my comments, I’m clearly not paying you enough!

Sorry, but that’s why at Christmas I advised readers to tip their bloggers” http://blogs.reuters.com/oddly-enough/20 08/12/15/a-tip-to-avoid-embarrassment/

Posted by Robert Basler | Report as abusive

OMG! And I didn’t even comment on that one. Looks like I can look forward to a little coal in December… Mea culpa!

[...] photos : 1 : Patrick Kovarik/Getty Images seen on coutorture.com 2 : Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei seen on news.xinhuanet.com 3 : Matteo Volta / ImaxTree seen on style.com 4 : Jacky Naegelen / Reuters [...]