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Justin Bieber’s Hair Is Famous, Too

Submitted by on May 11, 2010 – 12:10 pm8 Comments
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I stumbled upon an article in The New York Times about the growing popularity of Justin Bieber haircuts across the country.  At one shop noted in the article, 6 out of 10 kids are requesting the style. Some guys are going so far as to chemically process their wavy or curly hair for the straight feathery effect. The kids usually bring in a picture or just describe the cut, too embarrassed to call it the “Bieber.”

The Bieber is not just inspiring copy cats, but also websites devoted to followers of the hairstyle. One particular website is Lesbians Who Look Like Justin Bieber. The women on the site all share the same hairstyle with the singer.

Like her hair?

The women on the site are called Biebians.

Hollywood is even copying the Bieber. Tim Urban, recently got voted off American Idol, was sporting the hairstyle.

TMZ put together a few celebrities sporting the Bieber.

Amber Robieber

Dave Chabieber

Rihanna even recently sported a similar style.

Rihanna, is this the Bieber?

In a March issue of T Magazine when asked who would win a hairstyle contest between Justin and Zac Efron (The granddaddy of the 2000s’ bangs) the Bieber responded by saying, “I’ll let you decide. But all I’ll say is that it’s no competition.”  Damn, Justin Beiber has swagger.

Zac Efron

Ashton Kutcher took to his twitter account last march, took a twitpic and said:

Looks like we all have a little Bieber fever. Check out Justin sharing his hair secret for a promo video of MTV’sThe Diary of Justin Bieber.”

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