Did Britney Spears wear a wig for her recent Lucky magazine photo-shoot?
Britney Spears has been in the limelight a lot this year, especially in her role as one of the current season’s X Factor judges. So it’s not surprising that the media is watching her closely.
Just a couple of weeks ago it was reported that her hairstyle featured on the December cover of Lucky magazine looked “suspiciously” like a wig – or at very least a weave.
Some of her fans attacked the magazine on Twitter, accusing them of making her wear an horrendous wig that didn’t do her justice, and of making her look “plastic” by retouching the pix. One of her loyal fans even accused Lucky of using Photoshop to put her face on someone else’s body! Lucky management has apologized to Britney’s fans on Twitter stating, “We’re sorry to have let some of you down.”
Whether she did wear a wig or not, the general opinion seems to be that her hair was looking “synthetic and too dry to be natural”. Nevertheless the 30-year-old mother of two young boys is looking good, and is clearly enjoying her comeback.
And the December sales of Lucky are likely to soar.
Britney’s been a pop star celeb since she was 18-year-old, and during this time has been seen with her hair in many different guises. While her hair is naturally a lighter shade of brown, she’s seen mostly blonde (either straight or wavy), and has also been a dark brunette. In September this year she was spotted with delicious rainbow-hued extensions to her blonde locks at a Las Vegas music festival.
The most radical change was in 2007 when she shaved her head during a custody battle against her former husband and father of her sons. It has been claimed she did this because she was afraid her hair would be tested for evidence of drug use and abuse. For some time after this she regularly sported wigs that were obviously fake, including a much-photographed, shocking pink number.
There are various different reasons that people choose to wear a wig. Like Britney in 2007, they might want to disguise the fact that they’re bald – for whatever reason. Or it might be that they want to change hair style or hair color, frequently, without affecting their real hair. Actors frequently wear wigs to portray a different character, and sometimes people wear wigs just to be outrageous.
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