Do you ever have a bad hair day? Such a day is unpredictable — you can do all the same things as usual, but for some reason your hair just turns out looking weird. Some would go so far as to say they live a bad hair life. If you think that anything said so far applies to you, the pictures in today's post may convince you otherwise.
For some of us, bad hair days start out young in our lives.
For others, it continues right on into the "golden years." This adds a whole new dimension to the expression "big hair."
Some complain about "fly away hair," but it can't be as serious as the problem this girl has.
Some go to a beautician to help them with frizzy hair.
It's not just girls who struggle with frizzy hair.
Extreme frizz, anyone? All I can say is that this poor guy needs an intervention!
Donald Trump doesn't even have enough money to keep him from having a bad hair day.
In some parts of the world the only solution seems to be to cover bad hair. If you look closely, though, you'll see that those pesky false eyelashes still refuse to be covered.
Others in burqas might have more to hide than bad hair.
The solution some have gone to is the mullet, like this well-groomed grandma.
Others cannot rise to her level of grooming with their mullets and could use an intervention.
The following guy wants us to know what many have already discovered.
What's your solution to a bad hair day? If you never have a bad hair day, please share your secret.
For those of you who want to see the latest pictures of our grandson Drew, Becka has a new post about her recent trip to Michigan.
"For many women, life is the unending quest for the perfect hairdo." - Rob, the ivman
Be careful what rut you choose. You may be in it the rest of your life.
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