Saturday, February 16, 2013

Predictions for the Year 2013

Taylor Swift will release her next album this year.  It will be opera.  It will be called "I Think This is the Only Musical Genre I Haven't Tried Yet".  It will include the hit singles "There Could Never Ever Be Anything Wrong With Me", "I Broke Up With Him Not the Other Way Around", and "Can't You See How Perfect I Am?"

The most popular hair trend will be reverse ombre hair.  For those of you who don't know, this is ombre.

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It just means that the hair is one color on top and a different color on the bottom.  This used to be called a gradient but that word just isn't cool enough anymore.  So reverse ombre will be this:

At first glance, you may just think this is a picture of a girl with dyed hair and grown out roots.  And You would be right.  Because that's what it is.  And this part is completely serious, this is actually already starting to be a thing.  It's just not called reverse ombre yet.  So go ahead and throw away your root touch-up hair dye because laziness is finally in!  (At least when it comes to hair dye.)
What are your predictions for 2013?


  1. Awesome! I'm finally ahead of a trend! Except that I call it "I'm too broke to buy hair dye, so screw it"
    Sweet! :)

  2. I'm sure you're right about Taylor Swift.

  3. I was just reading another post about how the Ombre style was going to be more subtle in the coming months...I didn't even know Ombre was a thing.

  4. That photo came up in the reader and I thought for a moment you had had an extreme makeover and managed to look completely different. Then I opened this and realised I was wrong.

    One of my predictions is that everyone will get fed up of Harlem Shake yet the trend will carry on for what will seem like forever.

    1. Hahaha, that would be a very extreme makeover, involving plastic surgery to make my face a different shape.


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