Kim’s Trim: Nkorean Male Students Required To Have Leader’s Haircut

Until this latest mandate, North Koreans had a list of 28 approved hairstyles to choose from 10 for men and 18 for women. Kim Jong Un’s style was not among them. Urgent: Do You Approve Or Disapprove of President Obama’s Job Performance? Vote Now in Urgent Poll North Korea’s late leader Kim Jong Il, who ruled for 17 years until his death in 2011, sported a bouffant hairstyle, reportedly in order to look taller. However, the country has generally sought shorter hair styles for its men over the last decade. According to the Daily Mail, North Korean state TV launched a five-part series in 2005 titled “Let us trim our hair in accordance with Socialist lifestyle” to promote short hair among males. The show would employ hidden cameras to catch “rebel” North Koreans who were breaking the strict hairstyle code.
Source: http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Kim-Jong-Un-haircut-North-Korea/2014/03/26/id/561865/

15 Chic Summer Hairstyles For 2014

After choosing her dress, the bride must then make the big decision on how she will wear her hair . There are many options to choose from. Should she wear her hair up or down? Straight or curly? Add a veil or accessories?
Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/beautiful-bridal-hairstyles

Chic Summer Hairstyles For 2014 9/16 Curls Women who have curled hair can get a lot of hairstyle ideas from this celebrity. Although Kangana tries some vintage inspired wet hairdos as well, she stylishly flaunts her curls. Chic Summer Hairstyles For 2014 10/16 Messy Hair Clutcher During summers, clutcher is one of the most widely used hair accessories. You can try this messy hairdo with wavy hair using clutcher. Chic Summer Hairstyles For 2014 11/16 Vintage Hairstyle Priyanka Chopra tried this vintage inspired hairstyle which looked chic and stylish. The side swept wavy bangs looked nice with the hair bun.
Source: http://www.boldsky.com/beauty/hair-care/2014/summer-hairstyles-2014-trends-038891.html

Kim Jong Un applauds while watching the Arirang mass games performance in Pyongyang, North Korea. File photo / AP, 2010 “Our leader’s haircut is very particular, if you will,” one source tells Radio Free Asia, the BBC reports . “It doesn’t always go with everyone since everyone has different face and head shapes.” A North Korean now living in China told the Korea Times that the look is actually unpopular because people think it resembles Chinese smugglers. “Until the mid-200s, we called it the ‘Chinese smuggler haircut,'” the Korea Times reports. North Korea takes regulating their citizen’s hairstyles seriously. Until now, people were allowed to choose from a set of hairstyles–18 for women and 10 for men. Previously, the country’s state TV launched a campaign against long continue hair, called “Let us trim our hair in accordance with the Socialist lifestyle.” The campaign sent out teams with hidden cameras to catch “rebel” citizens who were breaking the North Korean hairstyle code, according to The Washington Times.
Source: http://www.syracuse.com/opinion/index.ssf/2014/03/north_korea_mandates_leaders_haircut_but_what_if_american_men_sported_only_one_s.html

According to the Daily Mail, North Korean state TV launched a five-part series in 2005 titled “Let us trim our hair in accordance with Socialist lifestyle” to promote short hair among males. The show would employ hidden cameras to catch “rebel” North Koreans who were breaking the strict hairstyle code. The makers of the program named and shamed individuals who chose to cut their hair differently, and even claimed men should keep their hair shorter than two inches and have it cut every 15 days because having long hair would drain their brains of energy. The new state-ordered “fashion guideline” for male university students has received some backlash. “Our leader’s haircut is very particular, if you will,” one source told Radio Free Asia.
Source: http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/Kim-Jong-Un-haircut-North-Korea-Dear-Leader/2014/03/26/id/561865/

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s