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Blondes Do More Work

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Katharine McPhee (and her still-blonde hair and shorter ‘do) headed out to last night’s VH1 Save the Music Big Shopping Holiday Event in NYC.

Katharine recently told People it’s definitely more fun to be blonde, but it’s also more work. To maintain her platinum locks, Katharine has to visit her colorist, “every three-and-a-half, four weeks. Right now I’m almost at the too dark roots stage,” she says. “So I get to play around with hats.” Her short cut is also relatively new. “Peter Savitt cuts my hair. This is the same haircut I had during Fashion Week, but it’s just been growing out and I’ve been flattening it.”

Find out what I think about Katharine’s hair (and outfit) after the break.

You can totally tell that this is a grown out cut and that Katharine is flat ironing it. It looks flat ironed. It’s too stick-straight and appears straw like. The shape would look better if it had some volume, movement and texture in it. Maybe she could air dry it a bit or dry it with a volumizing product. It’s. just. so. flat. Also, she should just go in to see her stylist and have him shape it up a bit for her. Also, her hair looks sort of unhealthy, which could be from the frequent coloring and the heat processing. She needs a good deep conditioner. (By the way, should we set an extension clock on Katharine? As soon as she thinks she’s gotten all the press that she can get out of this short hair/platinum story, she’s totally putting in extensions!)

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A lace patterned skirt and lace patterned tights? Um, no. Also, the exact shade of red tights and red boots? I think I would have opted for something in a similar but different shade…

Dying to know what you guys think of her hair & outfit. Comment!

P.S. Husband Nick Cokas bought her one hugeass diamond ring. Check out picture #2.


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