We’ve picked out the worst celebrity hairstyles, because often they have an army of stylists, image gurus, PR and marketing people, and other celebs to advise and guide them. So when they get it wrong, there’s really no excuse. But it makes us normal folk feel better about our own decisions and mistakes. And when their hairstyles are this bad, it’s quite funny.
Bad Celebrity Hairstyles
Simon Cowell is an easy target so we have to place him at the beginning of the list. As a control freak, he takes his hair inspiration from Kim Jong-un of North Korea, but adds a little fluffy spikey style to his decidedly odd hairstyle. Seriously, he’s absolutely loaded, you’d think he could afford a decent haircut.
It’s a no from me.
We loved Natalie Dormer in Game of Thrones and she played a mean Moriarty in Elementary. As her star continued to rise she appeared on the red carpet at the SAG awards in 2014 with this. Brave? Maybe. Bad as in good, or bad as in bad? You decide!
Yes, pop stars can get away with ridiculous hair – it’s part of the package. But apart from having a stupid name for bloggers to type, Kesha Ke£ha Ke$ha also sports some truly terrible hairstyles. Like this. It looks like her stylist was in the middle of prepping an updo, only for Kesha Ke€ha Ke$ha to stop and say, “That’s it! I want to look like someone’s lit me like a match!”
Did no-one tell he the ’80s are over? Did she even look in the mirror before she left the house? It’s the middle bit where her fringe should be. It’s all gone wrong.
Speaking of the 1980s, Madonna sports her famous ’80s hairdo. Brushed out, a gallon of hairspray, pure ’80s glamour. Except this was 1998 – nearly 10 years after the decade had ended, and she’d just released Ray of Light. What’s going on with the fringe?
The beautiful Scarlett Johannsen can do wrong no wrong in my eyes. Even the mullet works for her.
Suave, debonair George Clooney has had salt and pepper hair since his ER days and always looks great in a suit, whether he’s robbing casinos or selling coffee. But there was a time when he had a curly mop on his head, starred in Attack of the Killer Tomatoes and wore that shirt!
Worse Celebrity Hairstyles
The Rachel out of Friends haircut spawned millions of layered copies. Not so much the dreadlocks Jennifer Aniston sported in 1999. This tangled mess didn’t last long. Jennifer and her hairdresser were on a break.
Nicole Kidman is the perfect woman in many respects, but as a young actress in Australia she got her big break as a BMX Banditdodging criminals in 1983. There is no record of her hairdresser being arrested for Nicole’s criminal style.
Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall
Just because you’ve married into royalty and will be the consort of the UK’s next King (probably), doesn’t mean you automatically have access to stylish hair. Did she really ask for a Farah Fawcett haircut in the 21st Century, or is it a clip-on Lego wig?
This man’s a sex symbol for his legion of fans. Even with this hair.
At the height of her fame and while in rehab in 2007, Britney Spears appeared to lose it completely, went into a salon and shaved her own head in full view of paparazzi. The result was a full Sinead.
The Worst Celebrity Hairstyles
With a name that’s almost as hard to spell as Ke¢ha Ke$ha’s, we’ve chronicled Shia’s rat tail before, but saved the best for this post. The plaited rat tail, the curls and the shaved sides. Shia, you are a barrel of fun.
Moody vampire Robert Pattinson was known for his luxurious locks and love of sucking blood. But this look was truly monstrous and far scarier than any of his blood-sucking teen horror movies. Horrific.
Genius pop producer, abusive control freak and murderer, Phil Spector showed up for his trial in 2009 in a variety of baffling wigs. The jury obviously weren’t impressed and he was sent down for 19 years.
Some would argue that he also murdered The Beatles’ Let It Be and The Ramones’ End of the Century albums.
Britain’s clown prince and leading diplomat, Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson is most famous for his gaffes and his hair. His gaffes include knocking over small Japanese children during a friendly game of rugby, dangling from a zipwire while promoting the London Olympics, insulting most of the world and recently cancelling a diplomatic trip trip Russia after Trump’s airstrike in Syria.
His hair is apparently trademarked and can’t be touched by anyone other than his official hairdresser. Lucky her.
From an interview with Donal Trump in Rolling Stone:
“OK, what I do is, wash it with Head and Shoulders. I don’t dry it, though. I let it dry by itself. It takes about an hour. Then I read papers and things. This morning I read in the New York Post about Jerry Seinfeld backing out of his commitment to do a benefit for my son Eric’s charity. I’ve never been a big fan of Jerry Seinfeld — never dug him, in the true sense — but when I did The Marriage Ref, which was his show and a total disaster, I did him a big favor. Then he did this. It’s a disgrace.”
He goes on, “I also watch TV. I love Fox, I like Morning Joe, I like that the Today show did a beautiful piece on me yesterday — I mean, relatively speaking. OK, so I’ve done all that. I then comb my hair. Yes, I do use a comb.”
He pauses, frowning, casting his mind back to capture the details of the event. “Do I comb it forward? No, I don’t comb it forward.” He pushes the leading edge of the flying wing of his hair back, to show where the hairline is. “I actually don’t have a bad hairline. When you think about it, it’s not bad. I mean, I get a lot of credit for comb-overs. But it’s not really a comb-over. It’s sort of a little bit forward and back. I’ve combed it the same way for years. Same thing, every time.”
I still don’t get it.
Source : myhairdressers.com