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LUCID THE SURFACE

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Coco’s Cut

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Haircut articles getting on your nerves? Yeah, same here. But with all the hype surrounding some of the most beautiful women chopping their locks, it’s hard to resist getting in on the action.

The latest lady to make the cut is supermodel and social media dominatrix, Coco Rocha. Rocha’s new ‘do comes right after Rihanna’s on-again-off-again relationship turned in favor of a shorter style, and Beyoncé decided to trim her trademark tresses. But according to Allure, who documented the entire process along with Coco via her own Twitter and even dedicated a whole article to the haircut (yes, that really happened), her decision was six months in the making. After her hair stopped growing due to all the damage and dye she endured while modeling (it’s a hard knock life), Rocha felt the need to finally transform her hair into a Tilda Swinton-inspired crop.

The end result, which came after Coco and Allure’s suspenseful social media buildup, presented a chic, versatile look for the often-transforming supermodel. Coco Rocha is definitely at the well-earned point in her career that she can get away with any hair switch, and we think she looks great! But what’s the deal with all the play-by-play’s and Twitter hijacking? Apparently, Coco’s haircut is a REALLY huge deal, you guys! Forget about Queen Bey and badgalriri!

Look, we know it’s a Monday in the middle of August and the fashion industry isn’t necessarily as bustling as usual, but let’s hope some more substantial news stories start to emerge. As much as we love Coco’s new look, all this hair talk is getting a little painful.

Check out the play-by-play of Coco’s makeover below:

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All images from Coco’s Instagram 

Beyoncé Also Cut Her Hair

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Rihanna’s haircut probably wasn’t that shocking, considering the singer has been going back and forth between elaborate weaves and bold pixie cuts for the larger portion of her career. But when Beyoncé took a note from the self-proclaimed “badgal,” it was a much bigger ordeal. Yes, Queen Bey also decided to ditch her iconic hair for a short cut, and of course, she looks just as perfect as ever. Maybe the whole situation when her hair got caught in a fan inspired her to chop it all off, or maybe Mrs. Carter just wanted to try something completely different. It’s undeniable that there might be a little backlash considering Rihanna’s noteworthy makeover, too. Regardless, it’s not like Beyoncé could ever do anything wrong, and we’re excited to see more of this new look.

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Images via Beyoncé’s Instagram

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And in Rihanna Hair News…

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Rihanna is no stranger to switching up her look on a regular basis, so it was only a matter of time before she did away with her most recent weave tracks. Just when you thought she’d run out of ideas, badgalriri decided to show off her natural hair (or at least we think; you never know these days) with a short, curly style. It’s probably not her best ‘do, but this trendy 1990’s look is definitely a unique twist for the iconic singer. Stay tuned for the next time Rihanna decides to change her hair.


Image via The Cut 

 
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Image via Mirror Online 

 

Feature image via Rihanna’s Instagram

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Lancôme’s Leading Ladies

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Lancôme recently released their fall 2013 ads, and even if you’re not too concerned with cosmetics (I know I’m not), you can’t deny the models’ beauty. The ads feature a couple regular faces of the brand, Arlenis Sosa Peña of the Dominican Republic and Tunisian-born Hanaa Ben Abdesslem, while a few up-and-coming girls also got to put their incredible faces forward. Another image (above) stars the company’s latest visages, Hilda Dias Pimentel, Anais Pouliot, and Jasmine Tookes, who is owning the campaign. Though makeup isn’t really my thing, and I’m a little distracted by the apparent photoshop, it’s great to see this slew of international goddesses in a major advertisement.

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All images via My Face Hunter