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#Bad Hair Day

From TheJournal.ie Convicted murderer who had his toupée confiscated wins court case to get it back Hair Raising

Convicted murderer who had his toupée confiscated wins court case to get it back

Philip John Smith (42) said he was extremely sensitive about his baldness.

Beyoncé fans are completely freaking out over her awful new fringe

Please support the BeyHive at this difficult, difficult time.

From The42 Caroline Wozniacki gets racket stuck in her ponytail during US Open match Bad Hair Day

Caroline Wozniacki gets racket stuck in her ponytail during US Open match

‘I still tried to hit the ball. Almost took my head off,’ said the Danish tennis star.

From The42 Close shave for Women's Rugby S&C coach after All Blacks vow Bad Hair Day

Close shave for Women's Rugby S&C coach after All Blacks vow

Marian Earls initially promised to shave her head if the Irish stunned New Zealand.

New signing for Man United? No, Fellaini's just been to the barber's

We’re not quite sure who the Manchester United midfielder reminds us of with his new look.

Tom Huddlestone finally gets his mop chopped... live on television

The Hull City midfielder has already raised over £36,000 for cancer research thanks to his fro.

From The42 VIDEO: Pitch invader shows his love for Leo Messi by mussing his hair Bad Hair Day This post contains videos

VIDEO: Pitch invader shows his love for Leo Messi by mussing his hair

Argentina beat Sweden 3-2 last night.

Because we’re worth it – Hairdressing championships come to Dublin Good Hair Day This post contains images

Because we’re worth it – Hairdressing championships come to Dublin

European competition will feature over 5,000 participants from over 40 different countries.

From TheJournal.ie Bad hair day: the 12-week blowdry is banned Bad Hair Day

Bad hair day: the 12-week blowdry is banned

Some tests found the salon hair straightening treatment could contain up to 12 per cent formaldehyde.

PARIS HILTON faces a $35m lawsuit taken by the manufacturer of a hair extension line for which she is the public face.

Hilton signed a $3.5m (€2.7m) deal in 2007 with Hairtech International, the makers of the DreamCatchers line of clip-in hair extensions.

The socialite’s relationship with the company turned sour, however, when Hairtech management spotted the sometime singer, model and actress appearing on television and in magazine shoots wearing extensions manufactured by a rival company.

Hairtech has now filed a case with the Los Angeles Superior Court seeking $35m (€27.3m) in damages from Hilton – ten times the amount she was paid under the deal – claiming her appearance wearing alternative products constitutes a breach of contract.

It further complains that Hilton missed the launch party for the DreamCatchers line because she was in jail, in conflict with what it argues is an “implied term” requiring her to “obey the law”.

Hilton was jailed for 23 days in 2007 when she was caught having breached a driving probation on two occasions.

In the meantime, the DreamCatchers website is still online and heavily features Hilton, including as part of a promotion where hair salon proprietors are offered the chance to secure a visit from Hilton to their premises.

We at Journal Towers believe Hilton’s bad Hairtech day could be the first time that someone has been sued for wearing someone else’s version of someone else’s hair.