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Scarlett Johansson opts for a tousled side bun in Tokyo

Scarlett Man, Stop Stealing My Style

For quite some time now I’ve been rocking a tousled side bun. It’s the lazy girl’s guide to good hair: works best on day-old hair (a quick spritz of dry shampoo will sort out any oiliness); it’s not meant to be polished – so you don’t have to feel bad about hitting the snooze – and bobby pins and Kérastase Paris Résistance Double Force Spray ($39.50) are the only tools required. Modesty aside, it’s led to a whole heap of praise, which I’ll be honest, I could kinda get used to.

So you can imagine my dismay when I woke up to find that Scarlett Johansson – of all people – had completely stolen my style at yesterday’s Moet & Chandon's Tribute to Cinema in Tokyo. Step around me girl, not on me.

I know some of you will say I should be flattered, it’s not every day a sexbomb tries to look like you, yada, yada, yada, but I’ve already had two people ask if I’m “doing a Scarlett.” Other way around people. Other way around.

Has a celebrity ever brazenly tried to rip off your look?

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