Perhaps one of the more regretful features of the internet is that once something is there, it’s there forever. Embarrassing or not, you, friends, family and millions upon millions of strangers will see them until the end of time. And they can remind you of it in a matter of seconds by reaching into their pocket and whipping out their phone
But decades ago, after shakin’ that polaroid picture and organizing it in a scrapbook, you could have tucked it away in a secret place, never to be found again. Or you just just set it on fire. Yes, times were simpler then.
That’s good for you because all those haircuts you tried to replicate from your favorites in the music biz weren’t very flattering. Here are a few of them that you wish you had then but are REALLY happy you didn’t now.
Paul was taking the Beatles breakup harder than we thought.
Early 80s Bono
Where the streets have no name and the barbershops are always closed.
This must have been during the time she dabbled in professional wrestling.
Flock Of Seagulls
FUN FACT: There is actually a seagull caught in Mike Score’s hair.
There is no cure for this.
“Oh” Boy George
Come and go. No, just goooOOOoooOOO.
Yes, we want your body and think you’re sexy. But you’re hair… we’re breaking up with you.
Paul McCartney’s mullet… from space.
Simon & Garfunkel
No one telling you what your hair looks like = The Sound Of Silence.
Jon Bon Jovi
Ozzy Osbourne: “Hey man, your hair looks how I feel.”
Jon Bon Jovi: “That’s the first time I’ve ever understood any words that weren’t sung from your mouth.”
Phil Spector All Of The Time
Maybe you never wanted to look like Phil Spector, but this is just a cautionary tale that needs to be told.
Can you think of any other horrible haircuts from your favorite musicians? Tell us in the comments section below.
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