7 Worst Hair Trends of All Time ...

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Now that 2013 is coming to a close, you might have looked through some family albums and noticed that you had some of the worst hair trends.2

Or maybe you were looking through your high school yearbook with some old friends that were home for the holidays and you were ashamed of your senior portrait.

2014 is a time to bring in a new, refreshing year full of awesome new styles and haircuts.

But for now, it’s time to laugh at yourself and read about the 7 worst hair trends of all time!

1. The Bowl Cut

The Bowl Cut

This hair cut was popular in the 70’s and 80’s and was called the "bowl cut" because it looked like someone put a bowl on their head and used it as a guide to create one of the world’s worst hair trends.

I’m not really sure if people actually thought that this style looked good or there were a lack of decent hair stylists in the 70’s and 80’s.

2. The Ear Cover

The Ear Cover

This hair style evolved from the bowl cut, but the back was slightly longer and covered half of the ear.

This style was more popular for men, but many young girls unfortunately had to suffer through this style as well.2

3. The Hare Krishna

The Hare Krishna

This style is a group of a few long strands of hair coming out of the back of one’s head while the rest of the head is shaved.

While it does have religious significance to practicing Hare Krishnas, no one, and I mean, NO ONE, should wear this style.

The end.

4. The Rat Tail

The Rat Tail

Not to be confused with the Hare Krishna, the Rat Tail is a ponytail at the base of the head while the rest of the hair is either buzzed, or could even be a few inches long.

I've seen a few women actually try to rock this look.

Unfortunately even Lady Gaga couldn't pull this look off.

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