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This paparazzi and media attention has turned the phenomenon into a rite of passage of sorts... Breakup haircuts have always been relevant in my life.
A lawyer for Pussy Riot, Mark Feigin, said he believed police knew the identity of the other two women and had video surveillance footage of them walking into the church.
He said the search handed police a tool to put pressure on any of Pussy Riot’s 10 plus members continuing its protest.
Here are the reasons why: Think of how many times a makeover served as the symbol of a big life transition in movies or pop culture.
From Tai in "Clueless" to Andy in "The Devil Wears Prada," makeovers served as pivotal film scenes to indicate the character was undergoing a bigger life transition than the one you could see on the outside.
After some variation or another of the “it's not me, it's you” talk, I have always had the undeniable itch to run to my hair salon... Thanks to plenty of failed dating ventures and relationships, my hair has fluctuated from long to short to awkward in-between.
It has also gone from brown to black to red to blue to blonde.
In an interview last week, other members of Pussy Riot - their faces hidden behind colorful masks like those worn during the “punk prayer” - said the trial had only strengthened their resolve to stage new protests.On Friday, the band released a new song entitled “Putin is Lighting the Fires of Revolution.” Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, 22, Maria Alyokhina, 24, and Yekaterina Samutsevich, 30, were convicted of hooliganism motivated by religious hatred over their performance of a “punk prayer” urging the Virgin Mary to rid Russia of Putin.A police spokeswoman said other unidentified members of Pussy Riot were being sought under a criminal case that was now separate from that against the three performers who were tried.Tolokonnikova’s husband, Pyotr Verzilov, said Pussy Riot members remaining at large want “normal lives” and painted the police statement as part of a wider Kremlin crackdown on opponents who hope to stage mass street protests in the autumn.“Putin likes the taste of repression,” he told Reuters.