BEAUTY TIPS 

BEAUTY TIPS

"For Spring 2002, there is just no question about it -- 'big hair is back.'" At least that's what the press release claims, announcing the Memphis debut of Charles Worthington's Big Hair products. "On the runways and red carpets,it is definitely a 'big hair' moment," the release continues, listing sexy celebs and sexier supermodels who've been spotted of late sporting "big beautiful curls" and "Shakespearean-like ripples." Worthington, whose top-drawer clientele include Thora Birch and Rob Lowe, claimns that the difference between the big hair of today -- as opposed to the big hair of previous "big hair moments" -- is that "this time around hair is not eased from the crown; the volume is on the side, making hair appear more spontaneous, carefree, and vibrant." Regardless of the cranial location from which the hair is teased, once this news gets out, you can bet your power-blue eye shadow that every trash-talkin' Tammy from here to James Road will be on hand to say, "We told you so."

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