by Michael dEstries
Categories: Fashion, Music
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lady gaga

Last week, we showed you Lady GaGa giving a high-five to Mother Earth by sprouting a tree branch out of her head. This week, the green fashionistas over at Ecouterre noticed that she’s also into promoting recycling with this stunning can hairpiece.

They’ve got a poll running asking if GaGa’s recycled hair pieces make you giddy. So far, mass giddiness is winning by a large margin. Check it out here.

About Michael dEstries

Michael has been blogging since 2005 on issues such as sustainability, renewable energy, philanthropy, and healthy living. He regularly contributes to a slew of publications, as well as consulting with companies looking to make an impact using the web and social media. He lives in Ithaca, NY with his family on an apple farm.

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  • Jen Hamilton

    Her leather jacket is not that fashionable.

  • Juliet

    The polar bear rug in her “Bad Romance” video isn’t terribly eco-friendly either.

  • james

    Guess it beats doing something real. One gets less press for that anyway.

  • Steph

    So… how does being wearing a can in your hair help the environment?

  • david

    she’s a coke head, duh.

    • Rad_Rosa89

      No she isn’t.

      • jasmine

        well she’s on something alright

  • Remy C.

    I wonder if there’s even so much as an ounce of genuine emotion coming from this woman.

    • Rad_Rosa89

      More than an ounce.

  • Rad_Rosa89

    Well I love her!

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  • Aymee

    My mom said when she would little they used to use beer cans as hair rollers since they worked better than the foam ones. I guess it’s a way to reuse them once or twice before you recycle. The foam curlers aren’t recyclable. I wouldn’t suggest going out in public. Well, maybe if the can was full you could just pop it out and drink it. Sort of like a cola rack. Lol.

  • jasmine

    okay i dont think wearing soda cans is a eco thing to do and it doesn’t look good either. I think she did it to get the medias attention ( as usual…) if she wandted to do something eco friendly, just recycle it so we can reuse it duh instead of being a dumb ass and putting them in your hair.