A Boston Globe columnist and Hopkinton resident suggests that Jolie's surgery might not be all it's cracked up to be.
If you've been in front of a TV, a computer or a newspaper in the past week you've surely heard about Angelina Jolie's decision to undergo a double mastectomy, but not everyone thinks she deserves the praise she is getting. Jennifer Graham, a Boston Globe columnist and Hopkinton resident said she thinks the praise for her is overkill. "Let’s put the brakes on the canonization, and on the dubious extrapolation that what one highly visible woman has done is a best practice," Graham writes. "Jolie, a person of extraordinary privilege, has exercised an option that’s not available to most women — and that many women wouldn’t choose even if they could." Graham continues in her column to say that because Jolie has a husband, Brad Pitt, and …
Heather Perrone, Salon Director of Jaie3 salon.spa.beatique in Medfield and expert hair-stylist with over 18 years of experience, gives her opinion on the beauty hits and misses at Sunday night’s Golden Globe Awards in this guest column.
Monday, January 16, 2012
Heather Perrone, Salon Director of Jaie3 salon.spa.beatique in Medfield and expert hair-stylist with over 18 years of experience weighs in on the styles seen from Sunday night's Golden Globe Awards. Here's what Perrone took from the styles worn: The Trends Overall, there seemed to be a major disconnect between the casualness of the hair, the barely-there makeup and the elegance of the dresses and jewelry. For a night as big as this, hair and makeup should look done! The stand-out colors of the night were red on the lips and emerald green everywhere else. We can’t forget that this night isn’t just about the women! Many of the men stepped up this year with a gelled-back dandy-boy look and facial hair that couldn’t have been more sexy and …