Did you ever wonder why all the girls in Europe look so cute? It’s because their hair is filthy dirty!
Next time you take a shower, skip the shampoo. Bossy’s fancy pants hairdresser Antonio lectures that hair is easier to work with when dirty – it provides the resistance necessary for styling – and will remain healthier if not stripped of its natural oils on a daily basis.
In fact, most after shower “product” is meant to imitate the grimy, separating residue found on, well, dirty hair. Lord knows Jonathan Antin is capitalizing on this concept. You know Jonathan, right? He’s the uber hairstylist and star of the Bravo reality series Blow Out. A guy so self-involved he’ll make you feel like Mother Teresa. Bossy thinks it would be a fun evening if you had to slam a shot of tequila every time Jonathan uses the word ‘hair’ in a sentence – which when squeezed through his terse Southern California accent emerges as “har”.
This is a guy who, when not making his assistants cry or punching wallboard, sits in his 2009 Mercedes and cries at his good fortune. “This isn’t supposed to happen to a guy like me. I’m just a poor kid with a stripper sister.” Anyway. So this Jonathan fellow introduced a hair texturing paste called Dirt. According to the product hype, the paste provides “the manageability of day after hair.” Bossy isn’t sure what sort of day after he’s referring to, but after sampling the product Bossy thinks he means the day after you’ve hung your head out the car window. Easier just to skip shampooing.