Worst Haircuts In Rock’n’Roll History
Blame it on “what was popular,” or perhaps on styles that were possibly “ahead of its time” but soon enough every rock star reveals their flaws. You hope these will be sexy flaws, like an addiction to rocking out or the need to wear leather pants all the time – but sometimes this imperfection comes in the form of a mullet. And let me tell you – when it rains it pours. Here’s a collection of some of the worst haircuts in rock’n’roll history, fingers crossed for history not repeating itself.
Number 1: Thank You for going the shaved-hair route, Number 2: Now we know why you were sunglasses all the time.
For the woman who can’t decide if she’ll wear the beehive or if the beehive will wear you
They’re so pretty.
Bad for Good
Oh look, a timeline measured in from bad to worse.
Behold: the guy who saw David Bowie in “Labyrinth” and thought, “I could do better.”
These Forever 21 ads from the ‘80s were way ahead of their time.
There was a reason for the slight speculation of Boy George’s gender, why do you think he made it easy for everyone by stage-naming himself, “Boy George”?
And then Boy George turned 40 and just said, “Damn it all.”
Even the “party in the back” is one I purposely lost my invite to.
This blonde sucks up all the fun.
This is what happens when you give a kid a pair of scissors. I have no words for the eyeliner.
Jon Bon Jovi
Hey, I found Carmen San Diego.
This guy and Phil Spector need to do a Doublemint commercial – stat.
Yes, wear a nice sweater to make yourself seem like a “Young professional” – that works.
Yeah I still don’t know their gender, either. Good job on keeping on guessing though.
David Bowie 2.0 is much easier to get to play your birthday party.
”I wanna be the King of Douchey Rock, but there’s no actual crown for that so I’ll just form it out of my hair. Yeah, good idea! I’m the best.”
What do you think these rockers are hiding in their hair? Let us know in the comments!