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New Miley Cyrus: Kiss Me, I'm Blonde

It has been forever since I have posted on Miley Cyrus, and I thought this year was already ridic for trends when my girl, Maria Sharapova cropped off all her hair. (It grew back. There is a God).
Maria Sharapova: As Seen on The UC

Now Miley is sporting a new hair cut…worst understatement ever. Miley has now gone…well, for a Maria Sharapova. Before you gasp and gawk, I don’t blame her at all.

Earlier Last Week

I don’t blame her because I wanted hair just like this for years. It is new and different, and also shocking, but let someone be blonde for once.

I will say this cut is not fitting her like a glove (worst possible simile for the moment). It is not a bad look, but it doesn’t suit her as well as it could. I love blonde, but I imagine this is a very very temporary format (ha, tech joke)

 Questions for You:

1. If you could dye your hair any color, which would you pick?

2. What do you think of Miley’s new cut?

3. Who has more fun Blondes or Brunettes?  

Everyone knows that answer to that one. Magenta.


  1. 1.) green
    2.) ewww
    3.) magenta....DEF

    1. No, don't ewww. like you never wanted to be blonde.

    2. nooooooooooo....I wanted blondes tho!

    3. Even Mitt Romney secretly dreams of being blonde.

    4. it's not a good look 4 me. I'd look like a troll doll. EEP


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