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While the Jay Gatsby of the ’20s was bootlegging liquor, we have a feeling that the Gatsby of today might be pushing the latest clandestine commodity — hair extensions. Old sport would be rolling in it, and we get the feeling that he’d have Amanda Bynes to thank.
Human hair — that thing that most of us are in abundance of — is a hotter commodity than you might think. The demand for extensions made from human hair is on the rise, and consequently so is the incidence of hair theft.
e’re usually too distracted by Paris Hilton’s poor fashion choices to notice anything else about the socialiate-turned-mini-mogul. But a few people were indeed paying attention to Paris — her hair, in particular.
Female inmates are typically stripped of their vanity needs while serving time, but the L.A. County jail staff is letting inmate of the moment, Lindsay Lohan, hold on to her ultimate beauty accessory: her extensions.
We know that Britney Spears is busy getting her life together, and we applaud her efforts. But no scandal or stress warrants this lack of attention to one’s personal appearance — especially if, for better or for worse, you’re in the spotlight as much as Britney is.
Was it Jessica Simpson who said you couldn’t put a price tag on beauty? Well, how does $47,000 sound? Yes, you read that right. In news that makes our wallets sulk, apparently that’s what Brandi Irwin, a 28-year-old New York woman spends annually on some super luxe extensions.
You know times have changed when women are openly exposing their fakeness. We’re talking about the pre-packaged, deliciously decadent, beauty business fare. There was once a time when you would never admit to breast enhancements, four thousand dollar extensions and Hollywood spray tans that made you look as though you’d just gotten back from a stint on South Beach.