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Madonna Is Successful Because of Her... Hair?!

The Super Bowl commercials are starting to hit the Web, and drugstore shampoo brand Sunsilk has just debuted its ad. It features Marilyn Monroe, Shakira, and Madonna, and the idea is that "Life Can't Wait." As a shampoo commercial, it's a little perplexing. Are we to believe that good hair is the impetus for their success? Don't get me wrong, a great cut and color can do wonders, but I hardly think Madonna became an international superstar because of her hair.

Ultra9 Ultra9 7 years
Madonna, u r surprised, fine Lebaneese and georgeouse look, kiss for you !
leanneluvsu leanneluvsu 9 years
Stop playing. Hair is serious business! I blog about it, dangnabit!
naziazholesusuck naziazholesusuck 9 years
Considering that Madonna has changed her hair with every album or video. People come to expect a surprise or change from her. She is known for reinventing herself/her hair-at least she used to be.
emma- emma- 9 years
I"m sorry....but I truly find this commercial simply ridiculous.
emososays17 emososays17 9 years
I feel like that's such a random choice of people too. Don't get me wrong Marilyn and Madonna have been known for their trademark hairstyles and Shakira's curly mane is gorgeous. But they're just 3 people I don't see in the same category or something, I don't know how to explain it.
Tabloid Tabloid 9 years
They get successful in their career by something under their hair which it's the brain. Nice try SUNSILK!
emalove emalove 9 years
Um, I don't think so either...pretty ridiculous.
lkristie lkristie 9 years
You have got to be kidding me.
kaenai kaenai 9 years
I believe that women are generally very attached to their hair (ha-ha, i'm serious, though), and some even define themselves by it, as odd as it may seem. I know for a fact that I feel absolutely useless when my hair doesn't at least look presentable, let alone look its best, so I can see how the ad is meant to make you identify with the women in it. But I don't think it's right to say that these women's 'hair tells their story'. There's a lot more to all of them than just their hair.
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