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Walsh, a gorgeous redhead, was wearing a red dress. She told host Diana Perkovic that some of her co-stars on ABC’s “Private Practice” — “You know who they are,” she told HSN shoppers — had sniffed her Boyfriend and loved it.
When my mother told me never to touch my hair growing up, I listened.Another one of my favorite home shopping hosts is leaving the airwaves: HSN veteran Diana Perkovic.We missed the news, but one of our astute readers tipped us off.And we’ve been sniffing it like a hound looking for a hare all week.) Anyway, after her break-up Walsh went to a store looking to buy a men’s fragrance to remind her of her guy, and they were all too strong.Hence, she came up with her softer version of man’s fragrance for women.Here, she discusses why she decided to put her gray on display, her experience in the chair, and what it means to embrace your aging hair (as told to me).
I'd consider myself a "fuck it" person by nature, in that I'm not afraid to experiment.
Women have been told for ages that they should only color their hair if they're going gray, and to change it back to their natural color. Even in a world where Kylie Jenner changes her hair color to what seems like every other day, I still know plenty of women who are scared to dye their hair a crazy color because of how men might react.
My mom is in her 60s, and she only recently allowed her hair to go completely white — and, she's still a fox.
Around this time, I visited home and saw a photo of my mother in the '90s.
She also had the wings, but a much more intense version.
We thank Diana for a great 13 years on the air at HSN and wish her the very best of luck in the forseeable future.” Oddly enough, that message wasn’t posted by Perkovic but rather by a dude named Justin Floyd.