We all have bad hair days, but unfortunately for these celebs, there was a camera waiting to broadcast the moment. It seems not even a team of stylists and a fully stocked glam squad can save you from wayward extensions and uneven regrowth. We have compiled the worst celebrity hair fails of all time.
Poor Britney Spears was not having a good time in 2008, and neither was her hair. After the infamous shaving incident earlier that year, Britney attempted to get back her signature blonde tresses by a whole lot of poorly applied extensions. The results are somewhat less than perfect.
We are used to seeing Queen Bey looking flawless, as her new song suggests, but we were less than impressed when she stepped out with this mop like do. It looks a bit like a front fringe gone bad with just a hint of a bowl cut. Whatever it is, we hope it isn’t permanent. We love the vintage Chanel necklace but it cannot save this disaster.
Now a judge on the hit series Fashion Police, we could not be happier that Kelly Osborne ditched her gothic undercuts and Cruella Deville dye job. This look is a disaster from start to finish and doesn’t flatter her square jaw at all. Kelly is now known for her fairy floss pastel hair but keeps her rocker influence with her go to faux-hawks.
Lindsay Lohan’s platinum locks would be totally passable on anyone else, but they suck the life from her face and make her appear totally washed out. Pale girls like LiLo should always steer clear of cool platinum hair colors, and instead opt for warmer, golden shades of blonde.
Someone tell Rumer Willis to fire her hairdresser because this banana yellow pixie cut is all kinds of wrong. Bright yellow blonde hair indicates that the hairdresser has failed to adequately lift the color, and more bleach is needed. The only thing that could save this mess is a few litres of purple shampoo.
Keri Hilson tried out a new look on the MTV awards red carpet and we really wish that she hadn’t. This bizarre front fringe/ bob/ ponytail/ dip dye disaster is like something from a hairstylist’s worst nightmare. We hope it was corrected quickly.