How can it be that Kate Moss has been caught with such a bird like plume? The answer my friend, is blowing in the wind. And her caught on film punk look is perfect for a Freaky Friday.
At first glance, the hat appears to be a colorful rubber chicken sliced longways for wear and you may be half correct as this is a feature from a NY millinery store that makes headwear from meat products. These dreads may look as puffed and dried out as you would expect, yet they are cleverly a wig of links and maybe this fellow likes his sausage smoked. Either way, this entire hairstyle and its covering are all too Freaky Friday.
Grace Jones does it again as she performs here at the Paradisio. A hat replaces the hair for the role of adornment and then becomes the center of attention and she has ours, making us wonder if she is the scarecrow or a good witch, however, it’s all just too Freaky Friday.
These looks are not your everyday style, however, it puts a whole new perspective on art giving another option for a workable canvas. Even though we applaud this finished look on Hahn, many would agree it is to be viewed only on Freaky Friday.
One can be fashionable in a trendy scarf as Jaime Winstone applied here. However, it appears that she fell asleep with her hair wet and left it the way it dried, not utilizing comb nor brush in this twisted fate of Freaky Friday.
Oh the clever quick quips that will be used to make jest of this odd style. If this model was sitting with her face down on a table, you would quickly see how backwards her style really is and that it is just too Freaky Friday.
Extremely curly hair can be virtually impossible to style and handle like this challenge that James Smith has and despite all the problems this particular style and cut must have with this length of unruly hair sections, he bravely and proudly wears these gnarly locks. They would be better off grown very long or cut extra short., however here this tangled web is and most agree it’s just too Freaky Friday.