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Hillary Clinton’s chic new ’do

The former first lady debuts bouncy waves.

By Kim Anne Jul 11, 2013 8:24PM

Photo: Hillary Clinton // Wesley Hitt/Getty ImagesHillary Clinton’s got a new ’do! The former first lady looked quite chic as she debuted a bouncy, wavy new hairstyle while celebrating designer Oscar de la Renta's exhibition at the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Ark. 

Vanity Fair reports that Clinton sported “vivacious” waves instead of her usual straight, volume-lacking style, and we have to say, it looked quite fab. The volume and chic curls are a great alternative from her usually bland locks. Although the cut remains the same, the little bit of styling makes all the difference, no?

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Meanwhile, both her hair and her career moves are approved by Anna Wintour, who hung with her at the event. “It’s anyone’s guess what the next chapter will be for this extraordinary woman,” Wintour told those assembled. “I can only hope that all of you here in Little Rock will be celebrating her come November 2016.”

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Jul 19, 2013 5:33AM
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I don't understand the allure of Hillary Clinton.  She claims to be a feminist but her actions say otherwise.  How a woman could allow ANYONE to humiliate her, as did Bill Clinton, and still stick with him, is beyond me.  She knew about his philandering when he was the Governor of Arkansas and she chose the power of POLITICS over her own self worth.  He then became the President of the USA and once again humiliates her with Monica and this time in front of the entire WORLD.  This is NOT the kind of woman I would want as our leader.  She should have kicked him to the curb in Arkansas.  She is more concerned with power and politics than she is with her own self respect.  Feminist my as*.
Jul 19, 2013 2:09AM
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I love Hillary Clinton's new hair style. I have so wanted her to have a hair dresser with her when she traveled as S.S. She looks 30 years younger now. I am happy for her
Jul 12, 2013 10:10PM
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hair looks good now you need a face lift
Jul 12, 2013 9:17PM
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Former first lady? Why not failed ex-Sec. of State? How come Bengazi is in the process of being covered up?
Jul 12, 2013 8:12PM
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Former first lady?  Why not Secretary of State?  Our society still evaluates women based on their looks versus their accomplishments.  Most of the comments support that we have a long way to go as a society before women are respected for their contributions to society.
Jul 12, 2013 10:32AM
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She needs a whole lot more than just a new hairdo. How about truthfulness.
Jul 12, 2013 8:56AM
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Hillary Clinton has a long history of failures and scandals.  In a contest where people choose the least of 2 evils or the candidate they they think will do the least damage Hillary has TONS of baggage.  If the Democrats run Hillary she will have the hard liner party vote but independents and Democrats that worry about scandal, corruption, and damage to the country are a while different issue.

If Democrats run Hillary a "fairly decent" republican candidate may draw a lot of anti Hillary votes. 

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