|A Telerite Beauty Perfectly Portraying a Porcine Princess|
|Matt and Meridith|
|A Honey with Buns to Prove it|
So, here I present to you my first installment, hair of the future as imagined in the past: Princess Leia Organa, a honey with the buns to prove it.Apparently, this do was in a film known as Star Wars and became all the rage on Earth.(For more info on Leia and her daughter Padme check out the site Like Mother, Like Daughter)
Here I offer you proof of the popularity of the double-bun do. Here is a DaVinci original, the Mona Leia (this is what an ancient earth DVD player, a time machine and drunken college pranks will get you, hopefully the timeline wasn't altered too much as a result.
|Jennifer Aniston (an earth princess, equally famous for her hair)|
Another wearer of the do was the late twentieth century (and early 21st) girl-next-door, Jennifer Aniston. She was reportedly a friend to all. Aniston is connected with another popular do. Around the turn of the 21st century, the "Rachael" haircut Aniston made popular was forced almost universally upon whole herds of women. Those were bleak years for hair, but somehow mankind survived.
Other wearers of this look include Tina Fey, Meridith Vieira two popular telescreenovision personalities. The final picture here is of a Telerite beauty who became extraordinarily popular on Earth under the pseudonym, Miss Piggy. (She is also famous for championing inter-species marriage rights)
The look disappered sometime toward the end of the 21st century and is due for a revival. And so we salute you, honeybun hairdo: May the force be with you, hairdo. May the force be with you. (Ah, yes, the hold is strong with this one--especially if you use the head lacquer known as Aquanet)
|Tina Fey (aka: Liz Lemon Leia)|