Platinum hair men, which are some of the most recognizable men in the world, have come under fire for their outlandish hairstyles, extravagant jewelry, and often outlandish antics, such as attending fashion shows and making bizarrely-colored facial expressions.
However, despite their outrageous hairstyles and extravagant lifestyle, they do have a good reason to be, as a number of people have been trying to buy them their platinum hair.
One of the platinum hair men who has been trying is the actor Ryan Phillippe, who recently received a call from a buyer seeking platinum hair, according to TMZ.
The buyer told the actor that he had platinum hair and wanted to know if he could get it.
Phillippes response to the call was: “Well, you know, I don’t know what it is.
It might be a thing that I’ve been doing.
I can’t tell you.
I’m just gonna go with it.”
Perez, who has platinum hair for a reason, is not the only celebrity who has received a platinum wig.
Actor John Cusack also received a similar call from the buyer, who wanted him to wear a wig with the words “Platinum Hair Men” engraved on it.
Cusack has also been photographed wearing a platinum hairstyle, which some fans have likened to the “furry hair” seen on the Disney Princess Jasmine and the upcoming Disney film Mulan.
Some of the hair men’s outlandish hairstyle antics have gotten the attention of the media, with the celebrity of course, being the actress Kate Hudson.
Hudson, who is famous for her hair, is known for wearing a ponytail and wearing a wig at her photoshoots.
Hudson has also taken to Twitter to express her frustration at the attention she has received.
She tweeted: I love all the hair people, but I just wanted to be clear.
I never wanted to buy my platinum wig, I never had platinum curls, I just have a bunch of hair, and I don.t think they’re appropriate for me.
It’s not the kind of thing that should be a surprise to me.
And they shouldn’t be either.
I don and I have been wearing them since I was like 13 or 14.
It makes me sad that people are trying to get into my hair, but at the same time I just think it’s really weird to think of this wig.
If I was in their shoes, I’d be a platinum man.
As for the other men who have been approached about purchasing their platinum hairstyles to wear them, they’ve all denied it, saying they were “unaware” of the “golden rule” and they didn’t want to do it.
“I know people say, ‘Well, it’s a rule, and you can’t go through life with platinum hair,’ but I would never do it,” actor Paul Rudd said on Twitter.
“I don’t think it makes sense to me at all.”
“I don,t think it would make sense to my hair,” actor Jodie Foster said.
“If you want to go platinum, I would.”
Other celebs have expressed their frustration with the media attention surrounding their platinum haircuts, saying that the attention only serves to “hurt” them in the long run.
“It just hurts me,” actor Josh Gad said on social media.
“My hair is my life and it has nothing to do with money.
It doesn’t have to do anything with anything.
If you want your hair to go to the top, it doesn’t matter if it’s from a hair salon or a wig shop, it can be done.
I think it was a mistake.””
If you’re in my shoes and you don’t want your platinum hair to be on your face, then I think you have to make a choice,” actor Johnny Depp added.
“Maybe you can go platinum hair now and not get a million dollars.
Maybe you can wear a platinum head and just do your hair the way you want.”
As of Friday afternoon, no one had purchased a platinum haircut for the actor.