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Bad Haircuts to Avoid - Mullets and Crew Cuts

When it comes to hair cuts - there's an endless number of styles to choose from. The brush cut, the bowl cut, the afro. Whatever you choose - avoid copying the style of some of your favorite athletes, because many of them have picked some pretty nasty cuts.

Among the most recent hair criminals are Arizona Diamond Backs' fireballer, Randy Johnson and Pittsburgh Penguins superstar, Jaromir Jagr. They may be the best at what they do on the mound and on the ice, but on their heads it's a different story. Both stars have recently styled their hair long at the back and short on top. This is more commonly known as the mullet. It's also been called "hockey hair" or the "soccer rocker." Pro-athletes have been able to get away with it because they have fame and fortune - but please, don't try this at home.

No one's saying you shouldn't have your own style - but the mullet is the one style no one should have. Try cornbraids, blue hair, green hair, a fro, or none at all - but going with the mullet is nothing short of hair suicide.

No One Cares About Bad Hair
"I just don't care about it. My teammates know I don't care, so there's no point in them giving me crap about it. But it is kind of funny, because it's a semi-mullet. It's pretty awful. I might go for a full mullet. I think it would be hilarious, so maybe."
- Steve Nash of the Dallas Mavericks on his bad hair.

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