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October 22, 2010

crying model this 490

Quick quiz: The fashion model seen here is weeping because…

a) Peace in the Middle East is such an elusive goal.

b) There just isn’t enough time to help everyone who needs it.

c) “Bridge Over Troubled Water” is SO intense.

d) She is overwhelmed by the incredible beauty of a simple butterfly.

e) She doesn’t like her haircut.

weeping model 320Sorry, all of you who chose Middle East peace.

That was a good guess, but this lady was reduced to tears because her stylist cut too much off before a fashion show, and apparently she’s never heard of wigs or stocking caps or anything like that.

You sort of have to wonder HOW too much got cut off, what with all the mirrors they have backstage and the fact that models probably spend 98 percent of their time worrying about their own looks.

You also have to wonder, considering her volatile emotional state, where those scissors are going to be in about two minutes. No? Maybe it’s just me.

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A model cries backstage after her hairstylist cut her hair too short before a fashion show of Mexico’s designer Rogelio Velasco during the Dominicana Moda Fashion Week 2010 in Santo Domingo, October 19,  2010. REUTERS/ Eduardo Munoz

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The stylist should give her something to really cry about. Just pick up the axe that he mangled her hair with, and then, well…you know. He can then get a job doing hair in Siberia using a frozen yak hoof as a cutting tool.

Posted by sarabelle | Report as abusive
 

I think she has every right to cry. I mean, just look at how raggedy her bangs are!

Then again, if she had just stopped being so self-absorbed long enough to notice HIS ‘do, she would have known what she was in for! I mean YIKES! What do you call that? A reverse mullet?

Posted by AllThatJazz | Report as abusive
 

She is crying because the hairstylist cut it too short yet in the second picture it would appear she is indicating it needs to be cut shorter.

And the dude she is crying to agreed so much the front of his head exploded.

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

Clearly the problem here is that she is a Reverse Samson. Unlike regular Samsons, Reverse Samsons grow STRONGER as more of their hair is cut off.

Naturally, a fashion model wouldn’t want all those rippling muscles getting in the way of them showing off their eating-disorder-bodies.

Posted by shawngrggs | Report as abusive
 

Photo two appears to be the ‘before’ shot, and photo one the ‘after’ shot.
Judging from where the model placed her hand in the ‘before’ shot, the hairdresser actually cut less than she indicated.
But he probably can’t tell, as the fluffy kitten sitting on top of his head is obscuring his vision.

Posted by Nosmo_King | Report as abusive
 

Hmmm. How about (g) The model just had a shampoo with the new Vidal Sasson with Onion cream rinse.

Posted by skeres | Report as abusive
 

Curse you, Spam Filter! You wiped the last part of my post!

Posted by AllThatJazz | Report as abusive
 

To quote one of my favourite films “Hey kids, it’ll grow back!”

Posted by CrowGirl | Report as abusive
 

“But darrrling……it IS a wig”!!

Posted by rupert233 | Report as abusive
 

@Nosmo, I pondered the before and after concept also but if photo two is the before shot why is she crying there? She is either a habitual cryer or a psychic. Photo two is her showing the hairstylist just how much he is gonna screw up her hair.

Posted by iflydaplanes | Report as abusive
 

Good point, Ifly, but you misspelled psychotic….

Posted by rcbasler | Report as abusive
 

She needs a cuddle…

Posted by fwd079 | Report as abusive
 

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