Wildest Hair Cuts?

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Eccentricity is good. Eccentricity is inspiring. But all I get from the following hairstyles is the run, baby, run inspiration!

Okay, maybe (just maaaybe!) I could close my eyes and say the leopard print haircut is a mighty stylish one. Especially because of the work that was put in it! But click though and discover things can get pretty ugly! Tail-ugly!

Leopard Print Haircut

With all the frenzy around vampires and other unearthly, dark creatures, I’m not the least surprised a rat-haircut has come along. I’m just saying it should crawl back to the dark side where it came from! What was the creepiest haircut/hairstyle you’ve ever seen? (photos via 1, 2)

Leopard Print men Haircut

rat Haircut


#1 Adriana on 11.18.09 at 8:12 am

That rat I guess? The art-work of the hairstylists does impress me a lot though. It’s a thing we saw in 80’s too but not like this but the same craft of their art. It was more playful?
Oh, have you seen Becks new hairdo? Now that’s creepy in another way than this. Becks runs out of inspiration. Sorry, off-topic….I know.

#2 s. on 11.18.09 at 10:23 am

A girl in my class last year wore the leopard-printed hair ( but in pink) for one or two months. It was made by herself and it isn’t difficult to do, you just need pacience.
With the leopard-printed she also wore a purple mohawk. She was so hard to see.

#3 Tavia on 11.18.09 at 4:09 pm

OMG I can’t believe that someone will pay to have such a haircut :))

#4 Ellington on 11.19.09 at 10:58 am

It kind of reminds me of what Black men and women have been doing for years.
Have you ever taken a gander at the Dance Hall Queen hairstyles?
They are really something.

#5 kpriss on 11.20.09 at 7:26 am

I’ll check them out! Had no idea! (I spend quite a while watching videos with those incredible dancers! whoaaa! they’re so… flexible? :D)

s. I bet she was just too much! What’s she wearing now? Changed her favorite musical style, something? At least for something better than pink leopard ft purple mohawk! Something more coordinated? ;)

#6 Adriana on 11.20.09 at 8:38 am

Yep, in the 80’s we had a specialist hair salon in my city for this style. His creations were mainly seen on the heads of people from the Netherlands Antilles, Suriname and New Age and Punks. I’ve always considered that hairdresser an artist.

#7 kpriss on 11.20.09 at 8:52 am

yep, that was before the “Rachel cut”! Now everyone wants to look like Rachel. Or Jennifer Aniston. And everybody knows that cut. And everybody looooves that cut! (I had the Rachel cut once – it was a friend’s hairstylist who only knew that cut! How pathetic! Regardless of the hair’s structure, of the face structure she only knew the Rachel cut and that was it. Take it or leave it!)

#8 s. on 11.20.09 at 9:56 am

kpriss: Now she is still wearing the mohawk but brunette with one or two looong dreadlocks of different colours.
At least this one don’t hurt people retinas, my friend and I were always surprised how she could wear that!

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#10 Deanna on 10.26.11 at 2:04 pm

These are really hideous! Its like they say….’Hey just cut of a chunk of my hair and dye it in a ridiculous style…What it could stain and make the hair growth unequal?…Oh well…I will be ‘cool’ right?’ They look stupid!

#11 lee on 10.21.12 at 4:59 pm

i almost thought the 1st picture was on me when i went thru my little 9th grade phase LOL

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