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12 Bizarre Beauty Trends of 2011

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It was a bold, bold year in the world of beauty, with significant trends that we loved, hated, and were just plain scared of.

Here are some of the most memorable beauty trends of 2011 — some more bizarre than others.

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12 Bizarre Beauty Trends of 2011

Stamped-on Hair Color

Hairstylist Brig Van Osten (winner of Bravo's Shear Genius) introduced the technique of stamping hair in vivid colors.
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0 thoughts on “12 Bizarre Beauty Trends of 2011

  1. Emily says:

    … the two tone lips are cute, but does that mean you can’t press your lips together all night?!

    1. michellehorton says:

      @Emily: I was thinking the same exact thing. How long can it last?

  2. Danielle says:

    I actually have ombre hair right now and I love it! My hair is dark brown fading into a honey blonde at the ends. It’s low maintenance too which is great since I’m giving birth in January!

  3. michellehorton says:

    @Danielle: Congrats on your pregnancy!! And I love the low-maintenance appeal of the ombre look.

  4. Summer says:

    Please, I’ve been rockin’ pink eyeshadow since highschool lol. While most of the time it’s light pink shimmer, sometimes I kick it up with a matte hot pink. If I’m feeling particularly adventurous, or a bit goth, I’ll run hot pink all around my eye and smudge it. I didn’t realize that it was “in”, guess I was “cool” for a minute hehe.

  5. Sarah says:

    I think the silver/blue lipstick thing may have come to be because of all the zombie stuff lately.Make yourself look like the undead, it’s HOT! lol

  6. yasemin says:

    i’m scared about the whole stamped on hair color thing yeeeeeeep

  7. Tanya says:

    Being a woman myself, I don’t get why so many others of my kind adhere to such ludicrous fashion trends. For me, the eternal, never-fading trend is just to be yourself and don’t give a …. what others think.

  8. Shea Tek says:

    I never liked the hair feathers, though I use pink eye shadow almost every day. Hard Candy baked eyeshadow used wet looks good when it’s pink–not like those weird pictures. I did dye my hair light pink this year and do black tips. I like it, but you know–different strokes for different folks.

  9. ShelbyAlice says:

    I have dip-dyed hair, and I love it (: Right now it’s dark brown with the ends bleached blonde, but I have had it teal, and before that bright red. It’s a very easy to keep hairstyle and very simple to do. I did all of mine by myself!

  10. FluffFluff says:

    Honestly, they aren’t “Bizarre” compared to other things I’ve seen. All of these trends are pretty tame.

  11. Amanda says:

    I’ve used the stick on nail polish and it is AMAZING! Lasts SO much longer than normal nail polish but can be taken off as easily as it is put on!

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