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whats wrong with these HK men and their hair cuts

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by sii1981, May 23, 2009.

  1. sii1981

    sii1981 Well-Known Member

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    i dont know why these hong kong celebs always have stupid haircuts but here they are. at cannes film fest of all places as well.
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    Eurotrash on a stick.
     
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    Trendy Sing Sing Senior member

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    Yup. Rick owens is too far for me. I draw the line around Jil Sander.
     
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    Even more unsettling is the fact that one is wearing a cross while the other a pentagram... Despite their divergent spiritual ideologies, they are united by their douchey haircuts. The universe is kept in order.
     
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    FidelCashflow Senior member

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    satanist haircuts... ughhhh
     
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    i dont know why these hong kong celebs always have stupid haircuts but here they are. at cannes film fest of all places as well.

    thats not the worst. THe worst, is hairdresses in HK start copying thier style and giving it to their clients.

    HK, like korea and japan has a HUGE hairdressing industry, resulting in competitive pricing i.e. cheap haircuts.
     
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    Does anyone else think the guy on the right kinda resembles Tim Allen?
     
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    i dont know why these hong kong celebs always have stupid haircuts but here they are. at cannes film fest of all places as well.

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    satanist haircuts... ughhhh

    Anton LaVey is rolling over in his grave...

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  11. Frog in Suit

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    Anton LaVey is rolling over in his grave...


    The bloke in the blue jacket is Johnny Halliday, nÃ[​IMG] Jean-Philippe Smet, think the French equivalent (with less talent, but he still has a live career in the francophone world, I shall not go there...) of Elvis. He is alive (J. H., not E.P., that is probably debatable, as well...). This is one of the spots where French culture (capital F, capital C...) finds its limits...He is also a buddy of our dear prez Sarkozy. Need I say more?

    HK has nothing to do with him. Do not blame them.

    With apologies to all,

    Frog in Suit
     
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    [​IMG] Anton LaVey is rolling over in his grave... [​IMG]
    I've a friend who knew Anton LaVey quite well back in the day.
     
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    Does anyone else think the guy on the right kinda resembles Tim Allen?

    The guy on the left looks like Jim Kerr from Simple Minds...wait, too '80s for SF?
     
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    Johnny Halliday is actually 67 years old ...Not bad for a guy who took as many drugs and alcohol as Keith Richards..
    I'm surprised he is still around even if he still has a very faithful following...
     
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    Johnny Halliday is actually 67 years old ...Not bad for a guy who took as many drugs and alcohol as Keith Richards..
    I'm surprised he is still around even if he still has a very faithful following...


    He is starting his "farewell" tour....unless he decides to have another one at a later date.

    Frog in Suit
     
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    Johnny starred in a movie by Johnny Toh (may spell the name wrong) called Vengeance. Is this the link with HK? the HK movie director originally chose Alain Delon but was turned down because of the poor script.
     
  17. sii1981

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    I think it was pretty obvious it was the guy on the left that had the weird/ bad hair-do. weird hair is quite common for hong kong celebs, being chinese myself i hate visiting hairdressers when i go over to visit family, they always try to sell you a funny perm or a dye job. having gotten used to my barber in england who just give me the no-nonsense short side and back, i cant stand these salon places that seem to be on every corner of hongkong. and where do they get their inspirations from? well, guys like the one on the left on the picture. tintin cut with ginger highlights, balding guys with elaborate comb-overs disguised as a fashionable just out of bed hair cut or the dreaded chiwawa perm weridos.
     
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    HK people tend to be quite flamboyant...I used to work with a few of them and they used to see themselves as the Europeans of the Asian continent...
    The haircuts must as bad as most movies made by HK directors...
     
  19. luk-cha

    luk-cha Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    blame it on the japaese and korean hairdresser IMO
     

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