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Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow.

OK, listen. I'm all about playing with your look and changing it up now and again. But I also firmly believe that hair extensions should be used carefully, and when used, subtlety should be the goal! Apparently, this is one lesson that Piggy Chops refuses to learn. Darn her for being so stubborn! I last posted regarding her awful use of extensions well over a year ago! And yet. Here we are. Back at it again. Perhaps she's just a slow learner?At the launch of her personal web site, Piggy C was sans extensions. I love the naturally wavy texture she's got to work with, however this hair cut is doing absolutely nothing for her! The layers are too choppy and do nothing in terms of shape. It's very boxy and unflattering. With this cut, the only look she can pull off is flat-ironed sleek which does get a tad boring after a while. To recap: hurray for natural texture, hurray for no dreadful extensions, but boo for the ugly hair cut.The very next day, as if like a Chia Pet, Piggy C sprouted all manner of long hair. The result? Tragic extensions all over the place. Let me reiterate, Piggy. Extensions are fine when you want to play around with your normally short hair (or say to create a chignon or up do that is otherwise not possible with your own hair), but the key is that your hair should actually look good with the addition, not like the Little Mermaid gone batty! Get a clue, woman! I just hate when bad hair happens to lovely people, don't you? Photos: getty.

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