Celebrity Hairdos

Sometimes, when people don’t cut your hair, you look like this.

And people start to say that you look like Goldie Hawn’s grandson.

But, I mean, come on, your hair isn’t that long.
And, even if it is, who cares?
That’s the celebaby boy style. Right?It’s SoCal cool and all that.

However, when you go to your grandmother’s house,
she insists the extra locks are in your way.

And your mom caves.

So with no skills and/or training whatsoever,
your mom cuts your hair herself.

In a kitchen.
With no mirrors or professionals anywhere to be found.

And so now, you look like a completely different celebrity…

One of the guys from Dumb and Dumber.

Which causes the ladies to shield their eyes in terror.
Or to instantly fall asleep.

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0 Responses to Celebrity Hairdos

  1. Super Zoe says:

    I just learned I can laugh and type at the same time!!!! And this whole post supports why I love the Harrison-Mayes clan. And yes, you are a clan. Get some kilts already.

  2. Jenny says:

    He still looks freaking adorable. There's no way to mangle that amount of cuteness.But if it really bothers you perhaps a Maddux Jolie-Pit faux-hawk is in order?He could totally pull it off.

  3. Lauren says:

    Great post, and dang, that is one cute baby. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Visit anytime!

  4. Fizzle says:

    That picture is priceless. Absolutely, hilariously priceless…I've seen my sister cry when her MIL gave her daughter her first cut, so I'm glad that this was your doing. Even if the results are turning off little girls on the playground. Agree w/ Jenny. Go Maddox. Or, ahemclearthroat, take him to a professional. Not that you aren't one. But you aren't one.

  5. Kristen says:

    Hilarious!! I did the exact same thing to my kid, and he ended up looking like a Dumb and Dumber guy, too. Ah, good times. (He is still beautiful, even with the new Jim Carrey hair.)

  6. ephelba says:

    I am going to tell you the best child's haircutting secret ever. The secret is….Lucky Charms.Because they sit very still to pick the yummy marshmallows out of the less tasty oatmeal cereal. A larger serving means more time. At least, it worked with my kiddo:)

  7. Her Bad Mother says:

    Bangs on boys are sooo the next big thing. Rock it, dude.

  8. lildb says:

    I totally cut my kid's hair every few weeks, and consider it a punk rawk style. after all, true punk rawk ethic requires lo-fi haircuts, among other things.my son is a trendsetter. and now, so is yours.

  9. jenny says:

    Okay wait – is Kate Hudson's kid really a boy? Holy crap – what are they feeding him? I've never seen a toddler with that much hair!Your boy looks gorgeous with the long locks and the shorter. What a smile!

  10. Lotta says:

    Oh my god – sister of my heart. I have a post where I shaved my poor sons head with a brand new bikini trimmer. Tried to just trim it a bit and gave him a full on army buzz.

  11. mark says:

    Nice pics and cute kid. He had some great hair going on there – I feel the pain evidenced in the last picture (but I don't blame you for cutting his hair – it must be done). I dearly miss my long hair, but I don't miss the embarrassment of being mistaken for the wrong gender, at lunch, with fellow jurors, and they can't hide the fact that they are laughing at the mistake, and then you turn beet red and start saying "goosefraba" quietly to yourself.

  12. HB says:

    LOL! I used to cut my son's hair while he was sleeping… with similar results. He's adorable.

  13. Lady M says:

    What a cutie!I just cut my son's hair tonight, while he was distracted by a box of raisins. The results are . . . well, not exactly professional, but certainly shorter.

  14. Marmite Breath says:

    I used to cut my daughter's hair, until the sweet Italian hairdresser, Antonella, begged me, "You please no do that anymore, okay, bella?–issa so harda for me to fix"So now Tom has not had a haircut in a long time (nine months) and he is on the way to Ryder Hudson-Robinson status, except much cuter, because Ryder totally looks like a girl.Also, I must say that I heart your music list on your profile. Nobody except my Husband ever knows who The Housemartins are. Do you like Beautiful South? If so, you're on the blogroll forever and I will forgive the fact that you met Jenny and I didn't. Because I want to.

  15. Miss Notesy says:

    OHG! That is SO FUNNY!!!!! My son had his first haricut at 2 months old, and it was long overdue.

  16. SZ says:

    I love Beautiful South, too! But really, I just love to come back and read this blog entry again and again…and laugh! My fave is the last pic, with Cousin con Queso. He still looks so cute!

  17. Girl con Queso says:

    Super Zoe: Yes, we are a clan. In the plaid skirt kind of way, not the white sheet kind of way. At all.Jenny: Faux-hawk = great idea. Fiz: I am a professional. Just not a professional haircutter.Kristen, Jenny, hb, ladym, wooden porch and SZ: Thanks!!!!Ephelba: Great idea!!!hbm, lildb, and lotta: Love it.Mark: Goosefraba. Triple love it.Marmite: Love The Beautiful South. Bluetones. Sugar Cubes. Kaiser Chiefs. The La's. Joy Division. Suede. The Roses. The Charlatans. Happy Mondays. And the list goes on.

  18. Jennifer says:

    Oh my goodness, he's adorable! My youngest son has similar hair (the long version) but with wild curls in the back and I can't bring myself to cut it yet. I am NOT going to show my husband your post here or the pressure would be on.I found you through your post on my blog, by the way, and I'm happy I did — what fun!

  19. Mamalang says:

    OMG, he's a heartbreaker either way…but they look so grown after that first haircut (and for my son, the 2nd, 3rd, 15th, so on). My son needed to have his first haircut at 5 months (if not sooner), but I managed to hold out until 10 months. Then I cried.

  20. Mommy off the Record says:

    Your son is gorgeous. Period. You can do anything you want to his hair and he will still be totally cutie-liscious.

  21. laurie says:

    gosh that hurricane is precious. love his shaggy do (so surfer with those stripey shirts!). and what i've learned from cutting my girls' hair is that every haircut, no matter how bad, grows back. even when the hurricane finds scissors and decides to cut his own bangs.but your caption sure is funny!

  22. shpprgrl says:

    You are so funny! I think he looks cute both ways…I remember cutting my daughter's hair when she was little. I had flashbacks to those little trims I used to do for my Barbies that led to their baldness. I did my kiddos hair enough that I actually got pretty good at it!

  23. KCG says:

    Oh good Lord, what have you done. The Padrino con Queso is not happy. You de-hipped my godson. HEY! Ladies with the scissors! Step away from the cute kid with the great hair!

  24. Jaelithe says:

    Wow, in the pre-haircut picture the Hurricane has exactly the same style as my son! I had no idea it was so fashionable! Rock on.We're going to Grandma's house tomorrow, though, so we have to get it cut beforehand so my MIL won't yell at me. I believe I shall be going to a professional . . .

  25. Girl con Queso says:

    KCG, I know. I know.Jaelithe, What is it about our mothers/MILs that cause us to literally lose our minds. And destroy our children's hair. I say, it's the children who are the real victims.

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