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Katy Perry, Pink HairGetty; Splash News Online; Startraks

We’re all for sweet rolls … but when they’re in our tummies, not our hair! Lately, several stars have been sporting retro, pinup-inspired hairstyles, and while different, we can’t decide if we’re quite on board.

Katy Perry kicked off the trend at Berlin’s ECHO Awards in March, curling her then-blue bangs up over the top of… Continue reading What’s Up with Hair Rolls?

Back in December, the first trailer for “Rock of Ages” hit the Web. It was (unsurprisingly) chock-full of ’80s power ballads, romantic subplots and, according to Catherine Zeta-Jones’ character, “sex, hateful music and sex.” Then there was the hair: the epic, wig-heavy hair, worn by some of Hollywood’s most famous faces (Tom Cruise, Alec Baldwin).

It shouldn’t come as a shock that a film taking place in 1987

Nicole RichieCourtesy Nicole Richie; Inset: Splash News Online

The partially pink hair trend refuses to dye … er, die. Nicole Richie became the latest lady to hop on the bandwagon Tuesday; the Fashion Star judge posted a picture of her freshly colored bright-pink tips on her website, captioning the shot as “Tickled Pink.”

The new hair color isn’t so shocking since Richie is known for… Continue reading Who’s the Latest Star to Try Dip-Dyed Hair?

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Rubbing elbows with Hollywood’s most fashionable at the Cannes film festival this weekend must have rubbed off on Shia LaBeouf: the actor decided to have a style moment of his own, debuting a long new do on the red carpet Saturday.

Leaving remnants of his old facial hair in the form of some scruff, the actor… Continue reading Behold: The Evolution of Shia LaBeouf’s Hair

Adam LambertFrank Micelotta/PictureGroup

Along with releasing his sophomore album this week, Adam Lambert also debuted a new silver-streaked hair do.

“I wanted it to look like sunrise,” Lambert told PEOPLE last night at the American Idol results show. “My hairdresser and I have a lot of fun. Both of us get bored very easily—so it’s like, ‘What are we going to do now?’”

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