We’ve said it before, and we’ll say it again – the higher the hair, the closer to God. It definitely seems like that was Teresa Giudice’s motto as she walked down the aisle to meet her now-husband Luis Ruelas in August. The couple wed in a lavish ceremony at Park Chateau Estate in New Jersey (via Page Six). And while who was not When the wedding (Cough, Joe and Melissa Gorga, Cough) was a hot topic of conversation, Giudice’s hair still took the cake. According to Today, the fur mom spent a pretty penny on her hair — $10,000.
For the look, Giudice rocked an impossibly high hairstyle, pulled half back into a sky-high poof atop her head, and wore the abundance of loose curls down her shoulders and back. She glamoured the hairdo even further with a silver crown. Some fans shared their thoughts on Giudice’s hair upon seeing the pictures. “The FBI also obtained a search warrant to search Teresa Giudice’s hair.” a person joked. “I sincerely hope Bravo hid a GoPro in Teresa Giudice’s hair to film the wedding,” wrote another on hers Twitter Feed. And a few others pondered the aftermath of Giudice’s actions. “Forget talking about politics — I want to know how long it took to comb out all the hairspray and remove all the bobby pins in Teresa Giudice’s wedding hair.” a fan asked.
Now, Bethenny Frankel weighs the reality star’s viral tresses.
Bethenny Frankel strains Teresa Giudice’s hair in the most Bethenny way
“Wedding hairstyles, never mind” is certainly a phrase Teresa Giudice has Not I heard her hair blew up the internet after her wedding. Bethenny Frankel is the latest celebrity to get involved with Giudice’s wedding hairstyle, and like many others, the former The Real Housewives of New York City star didn’t hold back. The star opened up about Giudice’s hair on her podcast, Just B With Bethenny Frankel, and in true Frankel fashion, she was pretty blunt. Frankel even credited Giudice in the episode’s title, calling her “Teresa Hair-ver After.”
“The hair was his own marriage,” Frankel said in the episode. But despite opening up a bit harshly, Frankel applauded the reality star and her looks. “She knows where she comes from; she’s an Italian woman from Jersey… She had her hair done by her Jersey hairdresser and she’s the same Teresa that came in with the money to pay for the furniture, so yeah, it’s me for this, I want more,” Frankel said. The BStrong founder also gushed about how she loved some other over-the-top aspects of Giudice’s big day, like the “lavish” party and the “embellished” dress.
Frankel’s former boss at Bravo, Andy Cohen, chatted to her hairstylist about Giudice’s hair on his Sirius XM show. According to Page Six, Giudice’s hairstylist admitted to using 1,500 bobby pins to achieve the look.