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Bad color

Not the hair. We almost like the hair. I mean, it’s like putting a bow on a turd, but it’s a cool color. No, that lipstick just was not good! No bueno!! In truth, that’s the least of our problems. Still, it bugged enough to change it in the edit.

red-lipped

Also, I know it looks like we just pasted Demi Moore’s face onto Rumer’s head… but this is what Rumer would actually look like if her genes didn’t get scrambled in the womb.

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Happy New Year, Rumer-ettes!

We’re back after the New Year ready to tackle more of that which is known as Rumer! We all know what her New Year’s resolution should be: STOP GOING OUT IN PUBLIC!

Anyway, here at Fix Rumer labs, have mixed emotions about the feature “House Bunny” grossing around $49 million at the box office. I mean, good for the economy, good for Rumer. Not so good for the rest of us. Did you see those previews? Who went to see this!? Is this a sign that we as a nation are getting dumber, willing to settle for a sub-par plot with an unnotable cast? And it means more work for us at the Lab, more long hours away from the wife and kids. And more movie roles for Miss Willis. Has she no mercy?

Oh, and Rumer’s a redhead now. Or she was last time we checked. By our calculations, she has been a brunette, a blond and now a redhead. Good for you, Rumer. Good to set goals and meet them.

red-rumer1

Another Fix

Sorry we haven’t posted in a while. Due to the economy crashing, our funds ran dry for a bit. But here’s a little fix we had waiting in the wings:

She tries so hard…

…so we give her that extra little push. Didn’t do too much to this one. Well, except the obvious:

Blue eyes?

Mixing it up with some colored contacts (note: these are in the original version. It wasn’t our idea to make her eyes blue, but we’ll go with it):

As good as it gets

Our contributer in the special effects industry has this to say:

The high tech imaging software is buckling under her chin.

It’s good to know that others struggle with this challenge.

Day 1

14 hours working at the computer yields this outcome…it’s better than nothing: