MSNBC Women & Their Hair – 2018

Posted by on May 28, 2018 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

MSNBC Women & Their Hair – 2018

A Hair Critique

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I love all the women of MSNBC-TV, I really do. But I do not love the hair on some of them.  The worst hair offender is one of the best on the Cable TV Network, Stephanie Ruhl. Love her passion and her knowledge, she has great hair and a very attractive face, but she should fire her hairdresser, get one who can cut hair and, whoever styles her hair for her, should be shot at dawn!   if anyone does. Maybe she does it herself, which could account for the awful mess on top of her head most days.  (If you are attempting to do your own own hair, Stephanie, throw out the hot rollers, learn how to use  an iron, then brush or finger-comb the hair through!) You are too good to look like such a drek on too many days.   Andrea Mitchell’s hair seldom looks as good as her work because she is the tops. Hair cowlicks rise too high on the forehead in front and it flicks in the wrong places.  In fact, I only remember it looking great once. So I know it can. She also needs some hair help. Joy Reid is a definite hair offender. She tries to do something different with her short crop and/or wig, but it is too short in the wrong places, I often cringe, so she also needs a good haircutter to work with her face and hair because her hair shapes do not do justice to her face.  (I know who to recommend!)  Rachel Maddow who I watch the most, an addiction, is Rachel Maddow, but when she gets a haircut, it is too short and unflattering. Kasie Hunt’s one length straight bob always looks good, and shiny.(Oops, just saw it.  It’s in dire need of a cut!)   Kristen Welker‘s hair is ordinaire.  Nicole Wallace, who often has a great hair color, Hallie Jackson, and Katy Tur have the look everyone has, of the moment, and look good most days. Kris Jansing always looks well groomed, and looks best with her hair a little shorter, a long’ish lob, Mika Brzezinski can look good with her lighter than light hair color, and short shape always in place. Alex Witt has far too much hair, it overwhelms her face and the TV screen, and it needs a good hair shaping, some strategic pruning. Kate Snow, who I discovered on MSNBC, but is now with NBC, looks modern with her straighter than straight lob length, sometimes sprayed too much, but don’t they all succumb to the spray, some more than others!

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