Don’t you think it’s time for hairdressers to be recognized in Hollywood. We Need an Oscar for Hair, the most important, powerful and only accessories that you mostly and freely can express yourself with!!! Don’t you agree?? then join me.
Hair can make or break the way a movie opens up; it can even give you the overall feeling of a character. As a hairdresser I have seen how hair makes such a difference in people’s lives. From the feeling of not belonging because you have curly hair in the 70s, to women relaxing their hair straight in the 50s. Ted Gibson creating a movement that hairdressers should get an Oscar for what they create on the Big Screen. Just imagine the Oscars with no hair. If in every movie there was NO HAIR, but only clothes, you wouldn’t get a feeling at all from films. Hair creates an emotional feeling and adds value to every movie that you or I have seen. For example, when you watch the Tree of Life, there isn’t any dialogue for the first 20 minutes. And if everyone in the movie such as Brad Pitt and Jessica Chastain were bald, it simply wouldn’t be the same. He see it every week when he is on the show “What Not To Wear.” He start working with the contributor on their 4th day at the show. When He change their haircolor and haircut is when the transformation really begins. That’s when they discover their Potential Beauty. They become emotional, happy, invigorated, forthcoming, refreshed and confident. Hair can make you feel on top of the world, or even as if you’re the worst person ever. Its really simple: I never hear anyone ever say they have a bad skin day. But they do say “I’m having a bad hairday!” Why? Because HAIR IS EVERYTHING!! We Need an Oscar for Hair.