I hate all animals and I've never had soup, get over it.
At least she proves your point.
In all seriousness, I can't remember your point regarding bangs. Was it that no woman should do them, or that only really spectacular women can pull them off? Because if it's the second, I can agree.
When I first saw her hair, I thought "I.H. is not going to be happy about this". I think she can pull them off, but they need to be side swept.
Here's the thing about bangs from a woman's perspective. We're told that having bangs is a great way to hide any signs of aging whatsoever on our foreheads, 'cause people won't stand for seeing wrinkles or lines. And you have to be careful about botox and stuff 'cause you don't want to look too weird. So, if we're not allowed to have wrinkles, and we're not allowed to have too much botox, but we're not allowed to have bangs - then what do we do as we get older? (This is not a rhetorical question, but an actual, genuine question from someone who will at some point have a line on her forehead and lives in L.A. (therefore has to worry about this kind of stuff. :-P))
dear anonymous,who is telling you this stuff? that's my question. it's not me. it's not (straight) dudes. i'd have to look hard to see a wrinkle, bangs i can see from miles away. my solution: age naturally. nothing is gonna stop it anyway.
I just saw a picture of her new bangs and thought, "Hey, I haven't checked Irwin's blog in a while!" So here I am, and you don't disappoint.
Thanks for the advice, Irwin. I appreciate it. (And it's a good point that it very well may not be straight dudes behind all this. Maybe women pressuring other women, perhaps? I dunno. But I appreciate the nudge to think about it.)
Totally thought of you the moment I heard about her bangs. (why is the first lady's new hairdo all over the news??? so weird.)
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