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Carpets & Candids: Missy’s CSA hair

March 14, 2016 18:57:26 Posted at March 14, 2016 18:57:26
Lainey Posted by Lainey
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What if you like your dress but you don’t love it? You make it about the hair. This is what I see happening here. The dress is fine. It’s black, it’s tight, it doesn’t offend but it doesn’t delight. The hair, however, is amazing. Especially considering that it’s cropped short on the sides and floppy long on top, which you’d think would present limitations. Full Article

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Smutty Fitness: The anti-Vegas girls’ weekend

July 30, 2013 13:50:34 Posted at July 30, 2013 13:50:34
Hayley Posted by Hayley

It’s been straight summertime sunshine for weeks here on the West Coast. One thing that I love about summer is the weekend getaway with girlfriends: packing up the car and leaving the husbands, boyfriends and kids behind (all of which I don’t have) and heading out for some girls-only fun. Full Article

Carpets & Candids: Evangeline’s short hair

November 28, 2012 14:08:13 Posted at November 28, 2012 14:08:13
Lainey Posted by Lainey
Hagen Hopkins/Getty

I don’t love it, but that may have more to do with the way it’s been styled. Mostly the colour of it, and near the front too. Maybe it’s for a role? Without those streaks, she does have the texture for the length and I like the way her hair waves around the nape of her neck and curls around the ears. Full Article

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Smutty Fitness: Paula Findlay didn’t give up

August 10, 2012 13:55:09 Posted at August 10, 2012 13:55:09
Hayley Posted by Hayley
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I love the Olympics.  Whether it is the Winter or Summer Games I find myself glued to the television from start to finish.  I love the stories that unfold during the Games, the stories of athletes overcoming obstacles, athletes who make history, athletes who miss their glory by seconds and inches, the heartaches and the celebrations and as spectators we never know what is going to happen in the two weeks while we are cheering on all of our athletes who are representing our country. Full Article