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Tina Majorino

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Forum Description: The hair trials and tribulations of Celebrities
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Printed Date: December 22 2014 at 9:39am


Topic: Tina Majorino
Posted By: HAWG
Subject: Tina Majorino
Date Posted: February 24 2013 at 4:19pm
Before ya'll start with the "who is she" comments, she was the little girl with the tatoo to dryland on "Waterworld" and she's been on "Grey's Anatomy" this season.  This past weeks show she went from this
 
 
to this
 
 
As much as I adore short hair, this cut doesn't do it for me (and I know it's hard to tell in the picture); it looked like a hack job on the show; we'll see what happens in the next couple of weeks. 
 
She's had some pretty cool wavy bobs in the past
 
 
and it's been long too
 


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HAWG



Replies:
Posted By: Ginny Skinny
Date Posted: February 24 2013 at 5:05pm
Was the haircut part of the episode's storyline?


Posted By: ssjockey
Date Posted: February 24 2013 at 5:46pm
Originally posted by Ginny Skinny Ginny Skinny wrote:

Was the haircut part of the episode's storyline?


You didn't see the haircut, but they did mention that she got a "kicky" haircut.


Posted By: loveshorthair
Date Posted: February 24 2013 at 8:09pm
In Waterworld she had her hair cut off by Kevin Costner...
She turned out to be a real cutie.


Posted By: Michael1
Date Posted: February 24 2013 at 10:29pm
Tina has been on a number of my favorite shows, "Big Love," "True Blood," and "Bones." And she goes super short on one I don't.


Posted By: P-nut gallery
Date Posted: February 24 2013 at 11:22pm
Also Napoleon Dynamite.


Posted By: Kramer
Date Posted: February 25 2013 at 12:28am
That's Deb from Napoleon Dynamite? I had no idea.

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Who has more fun than people?


Posted By: fatmoogas
Date Posted: February 25 2013 at 9:02am
Long haired look is easily the best.

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jug jug to dirty ears



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