Celebrity Hairstyle Rehab
How Does Your Hair Change When You're High On Life?
By Paola on 24 June 2009
When is enough, enough?
It seems like every week a new celebrity lands in rehab after turning away from the realities of life and falling into a destructive pattern of drinking and drugs. Not only does this wreak havoc on their life and career, it also severely affects their body and their hair.
The reason why most people see an instant change in their hair when they are taking any sort of drug is because they are changing the natural balance of their body and poisoning it with harsh chemicals. This means that your hair will get the least amount of care as it is not as important as other body parts when it comes to your body's natural instinct to keep itself going.
To see the proof, all you need to do is take a look at the hair quality of these rehab visiting celebrities for what can happen to your luscious locks when you're too busy downing those pills.
Before her stint in rehab, Lindsay enjoyed healthy, shiny hair which was beautifully kept and full of natural bounce.
After one wild night too many, her locks turned into dull, lifeless strands, which from the looks of it, were backed up with extensions.
Before shocking the world with her vanishing frame and under-the-influence driving habits, Nicole's locks were glossy and vibrant.
At the height of her health problems, Nicole's locks transformed into fine, lifeless strands that only a great hair stylist could cover up.
Amy's original look was a real trendsetter that set her apart. It's a vintage style, kind of like a beehive, and its round shape is a flattering choice for squarer faces.
After months of bizarre behavior and questionable choices, this devilish diva has lost her glowing complexion and her trademark beehive has turned into a frizzy mess that does nothing for her.