5 Hairstyles That Should Never Come Back In Style
Have you ever had a bad hair day? How about a bad hair decade? Many of us may have had a bad hair day unknowingly, because we were caught up in the era in which these styles took place.
Some of us may have been blindly unaware that the hairstyles that we so boldly gave into, were perhaps a silly statement, in which we were not fully aware of until we grew older and much wiser.
Listed are 5 hairstyles, that should never come back in style.
1. The Mullet
Miley's Daddy Sported A Mullet, And He Looked Good To Me Back In The Day!
Just because Billy Ray Cyrus Did it, Does Not Mean that Every Man On The Planet Earth Should Follow Suit
"If Billy Ray jumped off a bridge would you jump too?"
This is the question that many hairstylist should have asked their male or female customers before cutting their hair into the style of a mullet.
Yet According to research Billy Ray, was not fully to blame for this hairstyle.
According to the Oxford English Dictionary, use of the term mullet to describe this hairstyle was "apparently coined, and certainly popularized, by U.S. hip-hop group the Beastie Boys", who used "mullet" and "mullet head" as epithets in their 1994 song "Mullet Head".
In 1995, the Beastie Boys' magazine Grand Royal was the first to use the term in print, in a tongue-in-cheek article entitled "Mulling Over the Mullet". The Grand Royal article credits Mike D as the first Beastie Boy to use the term to describe the haircut.
Mike D Appears Of The Bestie Boys Has A Controlled Hairstyle I Don't Think He Contributed To This Trend
However I Do Believe That In The 1970s, Mullets were sported by rock stars Rod Stewart, David Bowie, and Paul McCartney
I Guess It's Safe To Say That When You Are A Star You Can Get Away With Anything...Even A Bad Haircut
Stars have hairdressers that travel with them, so they can pull an awkward style off every once in awhile.
2. The Jheri Curl
Just Because Michael Jackson Did It, Does Not Mean That You Should Have Done It
The Jheri Curl Messed Up A Lot Of Pillow Cases
The dripping of Jheri Curl juice flying everywhere was just wrong. Then you had to put on a shower cap, which made matters extra hot!
Michael Jackson obviously used a better technique when it came to maintaining the Jheri curl.
To maintain the look of the Jheri curl, users were required to apply a curl activator spray and heavy moisturizers daily and to sleep with a plastic cap on their heads to keep the hairstyle from drying out. These products were relatively expensive (a typical bottle of activator was small, retailed anywhere from $3 to $6, and was quickly depleted.) The activator in particular had the undesirable side effect of being very greasy; this would often stain clothing, furniture, and anything that came into contact with it.
This Is A Wrong Hairstyle...No!
3. The Mohawk..This Look Can Become Annoying
Mr. T. Should Not Wear The Mohawk Either, However, First Lady Nancy Regan in 1983, Did Not Have A Problem With It
I See That Some Men Are Trying To Jazz This Style Up A Bit...Yep
I Feel that Both Sides Of The Head Should Be Either Fully Covered Or Completely Exposed, Pick A Side
The Mohawk seems confusing to me. I don't understand it. However at times this trend seems to pick up, and then disappear. I am hoping that it will disappear for good.
However, to each his own. This being said, I like Mr. T. he has a faithful and fun disposition.
4. Hair With Beads, Yes Back In The Day Bo-Derek Was A 10, Rocking Her Braided Locks With Beads
Stevie Wonder Was Hotter Than The Fourth Of July Sporting His Beads
Beads Can Be Fun For Children To Wear
Everyone Can Hear You A Mile Away, "Chick, Chick, Chick," Goes The Sound Of Your Hair Beads.
However, Truth Be Told, Beads Can Be A Bit Annoying To Deal With, making It Hard To Sleep At Night.
Now don't get me wrong, I love braids, the art and the time that goes into such creativity, is beautiful, yet, the beads can be a bit much.
Yes you can find some people who still wear beads and braids, I don't see this style as much as I used to. And um.. I am grateful for that, however I respect the amount of time that goes into such a time consuming hairstyle.
An example of too many beads can be found in this flicker post. However, it is a very nice photograph.
5. The Farrah, One Of The Most Beautiful Women In World, With Lots Of Hair, She Had A Wonderful Hairstylist!
Do You Know How Much Work Goes Into This Hairstyle!
Women wanted to rock the Farrah, tried on a daily basis to complete this whimsical style,but let's face it, things don't always work out. Due to the wind and the humidity some women ended up looking a bit distraught.
The Avearage Woman Does Not Have This Much Time On Their Hands To Perfect The Farrah
Warning! If You Don't Have A Enough Time To Perfect The Farrah, You Could End Up Looking Like A Blond Heavy Metal Rocker
Or A Country Music Singer From The 1970's
Many Of Us Try To Capture The Style Of Our Favorite Stars, Some May Want The Hairstyle Of Halle Berry
Some Women Do Not Have The Time To Maintain Short Hair
Instead Of Rocking The Halle Berry Some Women Come Out Sporting The Chuck Berry
Women Loved The Rachel, & Pretty Much Any Hairstyle That Jennifer Aniston Wears
Many Women Love Kerry Washington's Locks
For The Most Part Men Like To Keep It Simple, However When They Are Younger, They Can Go Overboard, Similar To Women
The Please Don't Bring That Hairstyle Back Poll
What Hairstyle Do You Hope Never Comes Back In Style?See results without voting
You Can Always Sport A Mullet For Halloween!
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