Would You Crimp Your Hair Like Fergie?

11/01/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

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The Black Eyed Peas singer must have been feeling nostalgic for the ’80s because for a recent press conference in Australia, Fergie took out her old crimping iron. We know the singer likes to take fashion risks and even beauty risk, but we were really hoping that crimped hair just stayed put in the ’80s — or at least on the runway. It looks great on stage, but we think we’ll skip this for everyday life. But we want to know what you think! Tell us: Would you crimp your hair like Fergie?

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Me on

NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

kayla on

Her hair looks really bad…I think she is ugly anyway….but this? seriously people.
NO ONE wants to see you with crimped hair.

abby on

yes, i would. You people are such picky snobs.

janneke on

I just got a crimping iron for christmas and im really excited about it. i was looking for some trendy examples and i read all these negative impressions. well I like it a lot.

heather b on

wow i do crimp my hair every day- and i have done so almost every day since about 1999-im only 26- it gives it waaaay more volume than a generic ole flat iron that every single person uses and by the end on the day it just looks straight anyway- i love my crimper and i seriously dont feel complete until my hair is crimped!

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