Monday, February 6, 2012

Love Your Hair!

Okay, so no one's going to accuse me of knowing a lot about hair... stuff... but can a woman this blonde go this brunette without a dye job? Also, could a gal with hair this dark really dye her hair that blonde in the first place? I have to assume there was some kind of uproar about how Gina looked almost identical to Lu Ann, and so of course she had to be differentiated by staining her hair. She can't just go around wearing a nametag all day! And drawing her a different wardrobe is out of the question. There is one place to buy clothes in New York City, and it is Woolworth's.

So, with Nina's reappearance, I'm hoping we're going to get Margo reengaged in the NYC celeb scene! Please! Please please please! More celebs, not a storyline about Nina's crappy marriage.


Casey said...

Hey, sweet, it really did just turn completely away from Tommie and back to Margo.

MillyQPublic said...

She'd have to dye it, but dying it her natural color could still be considered "going natural." It's possible to bleach black hair blond but it usually involves a lot of breakage and some types of hair just can't be lightened to Luann platinum.

The more you knooooooow!

Tina Fey said...

"Let’s talk about the hair. Why do I call it 'yellow' hair and not 'blond' hair? Because I’m pretty sure everybody calls my hair 'brown.' When I read fairy tales to my daughter, I always change the word 'blond' to 'yellow,' because I don’t want her to think that blond hair is somehow better."

Ken said...

Was this an entirely different conversation they had to change after the colorist messed up?

Oops, Nina was a blonde. That's ok, we'll change the dialogue to a discussion about going back to her natural color. Nobody will notice. Does anynody still read this?