1. saltyfree:

    Fiona Apple in the Nov ‘97 issue of Spin magazine

  2. Long hair represents femininity and vulnerability and sex. It’s princesses and mermaids and porn stars. Short hair, on the other hand, says, “If you think I’m gorgeous, great, but this isn’t about you, pal.” Whoooo, scary! In an ABC interview when she was 15, Miley Cyrus showed off a photo of iconic British model Twiggy, all big eyes and choppy blond hair, and said, “One day I’m going to cut my hair like that. I know I am. I will.” So she did. But in a culture where a female doing something just for herself – not her fiancé, not her family, not her fans – is seen as transgressive, that’s enough to call her masculine and shocking and unstable. And that’s not just sad, that’s totally crazy.

    Mary Elizabeth Williams, in her Salon piece, ‘Miley Cyrus Haircut Shocker: Short hair isn’t a cry for help’   (via biskit-s)

    Cutting one’s hair short is fine and respectable. Sticking one’s hair in the blender and holding down the Crush Ice button is not a Twiggy-style pixie cut. 

    (Source: feminishblog, via girlslatternly)

  3. jar-of-glitter:

Officially my favorite photo of them.  I’m really learning to like them…

    jar-of-glitter:

    Officially my favorite photo of them.  I’m really learning to like them…

    (via xpartyingwithgatsbyx)

  4. (Source: beybad, via sabsadoria)