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Jennifer Aniston says she'd rather shave her head than have the Rachel haircut again

Here are the top 5 hairstyles we hope never make a comeback.

By Glamour Magazine Aug 14, 2013 5:04PM
by Beth Shapouri

Jennifer Aniston has just been quoted as saying she'd rather shave her head than get the famous Rachel haircut from Friends for the rest of her life, but I feel like that's taking it a little far. I mean, it's hardly the worst haircut a celebrity has ever had. No, these five beauties were.

Scroll down for the biggest celebrity hair offenders of all time. Which do you say is the absolute worst?

Photos: Getty Images, WireImage/Getty Images, Ron Galella Collection/Getty Images, WireImage/Getty ImagesREX USA/Moviestore Collection/RexPerhaps we can forgive Kate Gosselin for her spiky, brushed-over hairstyle. She was too busy raising a million kids to notice how terrible it was.

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Billy Ray Cyrus's Achy Breaky mullet? Epically bad.Keri Russell's Felicity chop upset people so much, I'm pretty sure some are still recovering more than a decade later.

More from Glamour: 14 Seriously Cute Hairstyles for Curly HairSure, Cyndi Lauper, the half-shaved-head thing made a comeback. But the rooster-like shape? Never again, you hear? Admit it: You can't watch the Terminator now without wondering why the time traveler dude doesn't ask WTH is up with Linda Hamilton's hair.

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And speaking of famous hair, check out the 20 most memorable TV hairstyles.

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Debbie Wasserman-Schultz - the worst hairstyle EVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Sadly many styles today do not look any better. Some are even worse. Makes you look and go 'why?' To each their own, as long as I don't have to wear it, or see it daily, I don't care.
Aug 21, 2013 3:14AM
Hairstyles of the 60's through the 80's for women were at most to me pathetic! I've always liked the " Breck Girls" hairstyles but most women are never happy and I guess this is why they change styles so often. I have a dear friend who changes her style every 3 to 6 weeks and she's done this over the past 40 years! My dear wife knows what I like and she has kept the classy style she had when I met her. Long wavy red hair tops off the most beautiful lady that ever lived!!
Aug 21, 2013 3:12AM
I had some pretty bad hair back in the 80's myself! I had a black "Joan Jett" thing going on. Hot on her. Not so much on me. I changed to the long, curlly and heavily frosted "Madonna" style. I fried my hair but I really thought I had it goin' on.
Aug 21, 2013 2:46AM
From the very first moment I saw Keri Russell's short haircut, I hated it. As for the rest, they had their day and let's hope no one ever dons them again.
Aug 21, 2013 2:27AM
where do they the chimps to type this **** up???? Get a real job primate
Aug 21, 2013 1:20AM
Linda looked so young and innocent that way!
Aug 21, 2013 12:24AM
Linda can wear her hair any way she wants in a movie she shows her hoots in .
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