Saturday, November 19, 2011

Rule 5 Saturday - Kirsten Dunst - "I Love My Snaggle Fangs"

The inspiration for this post comes originally from this article on the new Japanese girl fad of "Yaebe", having tooth surgery to make the eye teeth look a bit like little fangs. Is this one of those "Twilight" things?
Perfect teeth - white, straight and evenly aligned - may be the ideal in America, but that aesthetic is not for everyone.

Japanese women are going gaga for a crowded, crooked-toothed smile with accentuated canine teeth, known as the 'yaeba' look.

Popular at dentists in Tokyo, a cosmetic procedure to create the yaeba effect involves attaching non-permanent adhesive mini-fangs to canine teeth.

At the end of the article it mention that Kirsten Dunsts "suffers" from the yaebe effect, and enjoyed it:
Kirsten Dunst would surely agree. The actress told Elle UK that is very fond of her 'snaggleteeth.'

'I love my snaggle fangs,' she said. 'They give me character and character is sexy.' Yaeba sites have latched on to her look, celebrating its crookedness.
What kid doesn't fantasize about having fangs?  Oh, you mean it was just me?  Never mind..
A Jersey girl, from Point Pleasant, NJ, she starred at age 7 in Woody Allen's "Oedipus Wrecks" (1989).  What kind of parent trust their 7 year old girl child with Woody Allen?  Just sayin...

At age 12, she earned her fangs as Claudia the psychopathic child vampire in "Interview with the Vampire" (1994).  Of the scene where she got her first kiss from Lestat the vampire (Brad Pitt) she said:
"I thought it was gross, that Brad had cooties. I mean, I was 10."

Another big break came as a result of playing Peter Parker's main squeeze, Mary Jane Watson, in three Spider-Man films (2002-2007). 

She got a little undressed for her title role in Sophia Coppola's "Marie Antoinette", for which she won "ShoWest Actress of the year" for 2006.

Well, that's enough of that.  More pictures of Kirsten below the jump:

Ted posts Vanessa Mae, a gorgeous violinist as his 24th Weekend Woman.  Wombat-Socho comes through with his weekly Rule 5 post.

1 comment:

  1. Straightening your teeth can have an impact on your overall dental health. As we age and develop we should pay more attention on our teeth and how to properly care for it. Routine check-ups to make sure they’re the best they can be.