Tuesday, October 30, 2012

White people get BAD weaves/wigs too: The Britney Spears edition

People often talk (both good and bad) about black women wearing wigs and weaves but rarely do we ever talk about our white sisters having extensions in their hair. Well Britney Spears is clearly on a path to change that. Albeit indirectly but the story still remains the same.
No ma'am Miss Spears

After looking at the cover of this month's Lucky Magazine with X-factor judge, I just have one question. Y'all, what in the HELL is wrong with Britney's hair?!  Her hairstylist must not like her because you mean to tell me that no one thought to tap baby girl on the shoulder and ask her to push her wig back? They ain't your friends Brit Brit!

Now the uproar over the cover wasn't just noticed by me, legions of Britney's fans lashed out at Lucky Magazine- so much so that the publication had to say something. Staffers at the mag apologized to fans, saying: "Thank you all for sharing your thoughts on our cover! As always, we will share with our team and we're sorry to have let some of you down."

Britney Spear is not a first time hair offender

To be fair. we can't blame Lucky magazine 100% for this hair travesty.  The mom of 2 has been a long time weave offender. The no.1 rule for wearing weaves is to never let your tracks show., it defeats the whole purpose of making the hair seem as if it's growing out of your scalp. Plus it's just tacky! The singer clearly has no regard for this and has been showing the world her tracks for a few years. For someone who makes millions of dollars, there is no excuse for all this mess. 

With the tracks out Brit Brit? No bueno
Britney if you ever see  this, I have a girl in the hood that can hook you up for next to nothing. She will have you looking like the bomb! Holla at me Girl!


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