We've all been there. You make the plunge, and then you leave the salon with major regret. Well, even celebrities aren't immune from the emotional rollercoaster that comes with a hair makeover. Miley Cyrus recently took to Instagram to express her frustration after she updated her look to blonde a couple months ago. Apparently, the platinum shade was a spur-of-the-moment decision Miley made during a work lull she's on a project with Woody Allen right now. That hair color comes in a box therefore it's available to purchase and what grows from my scalp naturally is mine and and only mine!!! Miley continued to vent, but threw a few words of wisdom in the text as well. The platinum hair color is just the latest in a long hair transformation for Miley. The year-old actress and singer started her career with long, brunette locks and transitioned to an edgier blonde pixie back after she ended her stint on the Disney Channel.
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Miley Cyrus knows a thing or two about being a platinum bottle blonde, but the outspoken pop star just isn't loving the white blonde locks on Kim Kardashian. The hilarious photo manipulation features the "Wrecking Ball" singer touching up Kardashian's roots — and both women look unsure about the results. Just wait for the toner. S—t burns, trust me," Anderson wrote in his own Instagram post to Cyrus along with the image. The year-old hair houdini's response? Haters be damned, Kardashian, 34, is attempting to prove that blondes do have more fun as she and Kanye West work Paris Fashion Week. First shocking fans with her new platinum locks on March 5, North West's mom dyed her hair a shade lighter, to white-blonde, over the weekend. Her latest hair transformation is said to have taken three hours at Paris salon L'Atelier. Not surprisingly, Kardashian has proven how much she loves her new style by posting no less than 20 photos of herself to Instagram in the three days since her makeover.
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There are some things we shouldn't be surprised by at this point in our lives. Unfortunately, the controversial thing this year is Cyrus wearing fake blonde locs to host the show. As of late, it seems like Cyrus' disruptions of social norms have been upsetting nothing but the status quo, and helping move things in a positive direction. But tonight, she has what feels like just about every single person on and off Twitter seething. It wasn't that many VMAs ago when Miley Cyrus' twerking and placement of women of color as background props were called out as culturally appropriative, racist acts. Her blonde locs this year are eliciting the same response, so it kind of feels like she hasn't taken the time to learn from the people asking that she acknowledge her white privilege. The fact that Cyrus sporting locs could potentially be seen as "edgy" and "fashionable," while Zendaya's dreads basically got her called a "dirty hippie" is a prime example of why this isn't OK. I absolutely understand wanting to be edgy, or feeling a desire to push back against heteronormative ideals or the gender binary. But purposefully doing something that marginalized people have indicated is harmful to them — like appropriating black hairstyles — is the opposite of that.
Kim Kardashian has had a busy week, fashion-wise. She turned heads in a see-through mesh dress when the weekend started; more recently, she misapplied a handful of makeup and created an imitation fake nose in the process. And, in the most famous move of all, she also dyed her hair blonde. Reaction to the hair has been somewhat mixed…. M-Cyr posted the shot to her Instagram account during a slow Sunday, and the parody is drawing raves. Not that Kim cares when people have fun at her expense.