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WHEN YOUR FRIEND GETS A BAD HAIRCUT
Brazil legend Ronaldo has revealed his famous World Cup haircut was a deliberate distraction to shift attention away from a leg injury before the country's fifth title. Ronaldo dazzled in South Korea and Japan 16 years ago, scoring twice in the final as Brazil defeated Germany to be crowned world champions. The showpiece, though, is best known for Ronaldo's unique hairstyle and the three-time FIFA World Player of the Year has provided an insight into his decision to shave his head.
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Ramos is adamant that he opened the scoring in Spain's shock defeat to Russia on Sunday but replays appeared to show that the deadlock was in fact broken by an own goal courtesy of the rugby-tackling Russian defender Sergei Ignashevich. But Ramos celebrated as if he'd got the final touch and supporters got a good look at the Spanish centre-half's new hairdo as he sprinted towards a pitchside camera. Viewers got plenty of chances to see Ramos' hairstyle as the game ended up in extra time thanks to an equaliser from the penalty spot before half-time. Over the course of the minutes and subsequent penalty shootout, everybody had their own explanation for Ramos' split haircut. The left side of Ramos' hair looked like a classic fade but the right side is much more drastic, inspiring several online theories about what might have happened. While others claimed that Ramos simply had to run out of the barbershop before it could be finished. Did Sergio Ramos cut half his hair and then just stop?
Julianne Hough is not alone in post-breakup hair cropping, but the heartbreak haircut isn't for everybody. If you're waffling over the big decision, going short in stages can be a good way to test the waters. But once you see how fun the change of a new look can be, it can be addicting," says hairstylist Kristin Ess, who gave Lauren Conrad a series of baby-step haircuts to a bob. Ultimately, though, the question of whether you can rock a short cut has more to do with your state of mind than the shape of your face. The key to finding the right style for you is pinpointing what makes you feel confident—and what doesn't—and working around that.
Getting a bad haircut can be disappointing and frustrating; however, there are some easy ways to help yourself feel better by fixing or hiding problem areas. To deal with a bad haircut, start by asking your hair stylist if they can fix or alter your hair free of charge. If that isn't an option, try using accessories like headbands, clips, and barrettes to change up your look and hide the haircut. You can also use a flat iron to straighten your hair, which can add some length to a too-short cut, or create waves with a curling iron to disguise uneven layers! This article was co-authored by Ashley Adams. There are 17 references cited in this article, which can be found at the bottom of the page. Speak up to your stylist during the haircut.
Everyone, at one point in their lives, wants a dramatic change. Some people choose to move country, some choose to move jobs, some choose to dye their hair, some choose to cut it. But some people get mixed reactions, especially when they cut their hair short. It's common for more conservative people to say things like "What the hell did you do to your hair? Everyone had an opinion, but the only one that actually matters is yours. It's easy to react with a smile and a nod, but just about every person on the planet can wear short hair.
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