The 20 Worst Celebrity Hairstyles Of All Time


With tip stylists to hand, you’d consider a celebs would never have a hair out of place. But as this round-up shows, a brute mullet or dodgy ‘do all too mostly creates it’s approach onto a red carpet. Click by a gallery to take a demeanour during 20 of a misfortune luminary barnets… since bad hair can occur to famous people.

Shia LeBeouf

Err, we’re unequivocally not certain what to make of Shia’s curly mohawk and spare plat combo. Let’s wish it’s customarily a clip-on! Credit [Startraks Photo/REX Shutterstock]

Scarlett Johansson

ScarJo proves that nobody – not even one of a hottest women in a universe – can lift off a mullet… Credit [REX Shutterstock]

Miley Cyrus

Miley’s not one to opt for a mainstream look, though this slicked-back blue barnet is all kinds of weird. Credit [Erik Pendzich / REX Shutterstock]

Christina Aguilera

Christina showcases lots of small plaits in this uncanny Medusa-style. Try not to demeanour directly during them! Credit [REX Shutterstock]


Y’know each hair hold you’ve ever lost? Well they’re all in bad gal RiRi’s hair. Credit [Jim Smeal/BEI]

Justin Timberlake

JT wouldn’t be held upheld sporting a golden, curly mullet these days. Credit [Matt Baron / BEI Images]


The thespian looks like a long-lost member of Jedward with this gravity-defying ’do. Credit [BDG/REX Shutterstock]

Jennifer Lopez

J-Lo unequivocally strike a hairspray tough when she opted for this large barnet for a Oscars. We customarily feel contemptible for a man in a chair behind her… Credit [Peter Brooker/REX Shutterstock]

Jennifer Lopez

But we wouldn’t see any hair mistake pas from Jen in 2015, right? Err, good this new pic sees Jen showcasing her wispy strands of baby hair by adhering them to her forehead… Credit [Matt Baron]

Nicole Richie

Where do we even start with these tangled tresses? Stringy strands of red, black and blonde are frequency a good choice. Credit [Peter Brooker/ REX Shutterstock]

Mariah Carey

Mariah looks so immature and lovable here. But as she’s over a age of five, she unequivocally shouldn’t be attempting a side pony-tail. Credit [REX Shutterstock]

Nicola Roberts

The flame-haired Girls Aloud thespian couldn’t confirm between plaits or hair down, so went for a half-n-half look. Credit [ Shutterstock]

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini

Following on from Nicola is another early-days Girls Aloud hair fail. Even a fresh-faced Cheryl couldn’t lift off these scalp-revealing cornrows… Credit [ Shutterstock]

Gwen Stefani

The abuse of a small plaits strikes again! This time, it’s Gwen who’s assimilated a plat brigade. Credit [Everett/ REX Shutterstock]

Katy Perry

The thespian customarily has unblemished thatch – so integrity knows what she was meditative when she dipped her toe in a mullet trend. Credit [Peter Brooker / REX Shutterstock]

Tyra Banks

Model Tyra’s crimped, orange thatch can customarily be described as ‘fierce’. In fact, we’re a small bit scared. Credit [Peter Brooker/ REX Shutterstock]

Miley Cyrus

The thespian channels cockatoo stylish with a tall, leafy mohawk style. Credit [Matt Baron/BEI]


The customarily flawless Bey creates a list for these super-short bangs. Credit [Beretta / Sims / REX Shutterstock]

Kelly Osbourne

The dreaded bowl-cut has struck bad Kelly, who can’t even see past her fringe.. Credit [REX Shutterstock]

Kelly Osbourne

Unfortunately, Kelly could fill a whole gallery of dodgy dos herself. Exhibit B: We adore a lilac. We even utterly like a braids. But because a paperclips Kelly? Why!? Credit [Startraks Photo / Rex Shutterstock]

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