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Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence is making headlines for her new dramatic pixie cut. It appears the new look isn't for a new role, but instead, the result of excessive styling for recent roles.
"My hair couldn't get any uglier," she was quoted after the cut. She later clarified her statements by admitting that part of the reason she chopped her hair was because it was "fried from being dyed too much."
Jennifer is hardly the first celebrity starlet to see damage following over-styling. She joins Megan Fox, Carey Mulligan, January Jones and Lady Gaga, who have all admitted to hair woes, and even hair loss, following constant color changes.
Many women don’t realize that chemicals like bleaches and dyes fundamentally change the structure of their hair, making it weaker and more susceptible to breakage and damage. Overusing these treatments and frequent color changes can lead to breakage, hair fallout, loss of density and volume, and in some severe cases, even traction alopecia.