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    A HAIRDRESSER has revealed the awkward blunders most clients make when visiting the salon. Helen Rose, a hairdresser from the UK explained that while most customers make these mistakes - she would never call them out on it. 3Helen Rose shared the comment blunders clients make at the hair salonCredit: TikTok/@hairbyhelenrose Posting to TikTok, she wrote: "Only hairdressers will feel this pain." "Awkward things clients do that no one talks about," she added. First on Helen's list were clients standing up while the hairdresser is trying to put on the gown. While you may think you are being useful by standing up so they can put the gown on you, it turns out you're not. READ MORE FROM HAIRDRESSERSSPLIT OPINION Hairdresser surprises blonde client with new colour & totally divides opinionHAIR PERFECTION I’m a hairdresser, the 7 step guide to washing your hair the correct way Although getting your hair done can be a relaxing moment, it's not the time to act like you're on the beach. "Putting glasses on with foils," is another mistake clients make while getting their...
    Kim Kardashian's decision to wear one of Marilyn Monroe's most famous dresses to the 2022 Met Gala - instead of commissioning a copy - could have damaged the 'fragile' gown, fashion historians have said.  The reality TV star donned the Jean Louis gown Monroe wore to President John F. Kennedy’s birthday bash in Madison Square Garden in 1962 - where she sang Happy Birthday to him - to the Met Gala on Monday. The 41-year-old was loaned the historic nude-coloured sparkly dress, which was custom made for Monroe, by officials at museum chain Ripley's Believe It or Not!, where the 60-year-old dress has been stored in a temperature-controlled environment since it was bought for $5million in 2016.   Scroll down for video  Reality star Kardashian, 41, described being loaned the 'national treasure' dress, worn by Marilyn Monroe in 1962 - to wear at the Met Gala as 'so cool' - but historians and fashion experts have since suggested that taking the historic gown out of its museum environment to a red carpet event could have damaged the 'fragile gown' Historic: Monroe wore the Jean Louis...
    IN MOST cases, "here comes the bride" are happy words – unless you're a bridal consultant bracing to speak with an upset customer. When brides become frustrated with the dress shopping process, it's often a result of common mistakes made during their appointments, says one expert. 3Brides who are stressed out by the dress shopping process aren't aloneCredit: Getty 3A former bridal consultant shared the mistakes many brides make while shoppingCredit: Getty Hayley Segar worked as a bridal consultant for seven years before striking out on her own as a designer. Writing about her experience for Insider, she addressed with Insider.com the seven biggest mistakes brides make during or right after their wedding dress shopping trips. BRINGING TOO MANY GUESTS Between excited siblings, enthusiastic friends, and eager moms on both sides of the family, it can be easy to invite one or two handfuls of guests along when you start dress shopping. Some brides bring their entire bridal parties, making shopping an event similar to a shower or bachelorette, but a big crowd can make decision-making difficult, Segar said....
    Simone Biles and her Olympic teammate Sunisa Lee traded the balance beam and uneven bars for the bright lights of the Met Gala on Monday night, when the two sporting superstars made their red carpet debut at the glittering A-list event.  The two sports stars, who competed side by side in Tokyo just a few weeks ago, proved that they can hold their own alongside some of fashion's biggest stars as they put their most fashionable foot forward - trading their leotards for stunning couture ensembles.  Biles, 24, opted for a glittering floor-length gown that had a lengthy train, stunning embellished beading, and a figure hugging black bodice that was covered with silver stars.  Meanwhile, all-around gymnastics champion Lee, 18, who claimed the gold medal in the event after her teammate dropped out of contention amid struggles with her mental health, seemed to celebrate her Olympic win by donning a dazzling gold two-piece outfit.   Stunning in silver: Simone Biles made quite the splash at the Met Gala on Monday, making her debut at the event in a stunning floor-length...
    Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle's wedding dressmaker said their gowns showcase their very different personalities. CARL DE SOUZA/AFP via Getty Images/Ben STANSALL - WPA Pool/Getty Images Chloe Savage worked on the embroidery for both Kate Middleton's and Meghan Markle's wedding dresses. Savage said she loved how each dress showcased the two women's very different personalities. She thought Middleton's dress was "demure," while Markle's gown was "more flashy" and "risqué."  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A woman who worked on both Kate Middleton's and Meghan Markle's iconic wedding dresses believes that their gowns showcased the two duchesses' very different personalities.  Chloe Savage told Insider that she doesn't have a clear favorite when it comes to Middleton's and Markle's gowns, but she loves how each dress "symbolized who they are."  "Every bride's dress is a statement of themselves," she said. "A good wedding dress designer will help you show off both your figure and everything about you to the best — and that's what those dresses did."  Kate Middleton wore a custom Alexander McQueen dress on her wedding day....
    A GYPSY bride was forced to get a 53ft LORRY to her wedding in order to carry her enormous wedding train that was the biggest ever made. Tatiana, 25, from St Louis Missouri, was determined to have the biggest, blingiest gown in gypsy wedding history, and it is safe to say that she succeeded. 8Tatiana was forced to get a flatbed lorry to her wedding because her wedding train was the biggest ever madeCredit: TLC Although the Greek bride, who appears on the TLC show, Gypsy Wedding US, is concerned about how exactly she will make it to the altar to meet groom Zuki. Speaking on the show she says: “I’m super excited. “I still don’t know how I’m going to get to the venue, Sandra (the dressmaker) says she’ll sort something out but I have no idea. Maybe she’ll airlift me.” Tatiana’s wasn’t too far off with dressmaker Sandra organising a flatbed truck to transport the bumper bride to the venue. 8The bride was harnessed to the back of the 53ft lorryCredit: TLC 8The huge dress is made up...
    Jen Shah’s “Real Housewives of Salt Lake City” reunion drama started before she even got to New York. Shah, 46, told Page Six Style that her custom JXA by Koa Johnson gown almost didn’t make the flight with her for the taping. “Koa was running to the airport to hand me the gown when I was getting on the plane, because there’s little tweaks along the way. [With] a custom gown, there’s hundreds and hundreds of hours … every little sequin, every little feather is sewn on, and it’s very, very intensive,” she said in a recent interview. “So it took a good three solid weeks with six, seven people working on the gown.” Shah said the dress was a collaboration based on the color palette and theme that Bravo gave the cast. “I kind of told him, ‘Here’s kind of what I like. Here’s kind of what I’m envisioning. I want one big sleeve, dramatic,’” she recalled. “And then he sketches it out and then our team sources the fabric and we start going from there and putting it...
    Pnina Tornai told Insider about the biggest mistakes she sees brides make when shopping for wedding dresses. urbazon/Getty Images Although shopping for a wedding dress is exciting, it can also be stressful, especially if you aren't familiar with the process. Insider spoke to wedding dress designer Pnina Tornai about the biggest mistakes she's seen brides make when shopping for or designing their dream gowns. Tornai told Insider that bringing too many people to help shop and not being open-minded can get brides in trouble. She also thinks continuing to look at dresses after you've found one that you love is a mistake.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. For many brides, one of the most exciting aspects of planning a wedding is finding your dress. But the process can also be stressful, particularly because it's an expensive purchase that takes a long time to make. Brides often end up making mistakes as they shop that can lead to regret or the loss of thousands of dollars. Insider spoke to Pnina Tornai, one of the world's leading wedding...
    (CNN)Deveonte Joseph stood out among the protesters in St. Paul, Minnesota, calling for justice after the death of George Floyd.Instead of a mask or protective gear, the 17-year-old wore his cap and gown -- which he hasn't gotten to wear because the Covid-19 pandemic delayed in-person graduations across the US.Joseph said he decided to wear his commencement garb on Thursday night because he wanted to do something "to put positivity in the world.""People look at my people like we're down, like we don't have anything," he told CNN. "I just don't think we're respected enough."Joseph said that he wanted to show that people like him are reaching their goals.Read MoreAt first, he and his friends were just taking pictures around the neighborhood, but they saw the smoke from the nearby protest and decided to join in."I think a lot of people, including myself, were in disbelief and in awe," photographer Nathan Aguirre told CNN. "The protests had died down slightly by this point. There were still large fires burning."Aguirre took a picture of Joseph that's been shared widely on social...
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