Celebrities don't always get it right. These ten celebs made some serious hair errors: Brassy color, hair crimpers, excessive ombre, mullets--luckily they've moved on to more flattering hairstyles
We love the current ombré hair trend, but this is dip-dye gone terribly wrong.
Auburn waves look pretty and polished, but the best part is Barrymore's radiant glow.
This overly voluminous hair makes us start whistling White Snake.
A classic ballerina bun lets Parker shine.
That is one tight ponytail. Yee-ouch.
Peroxide blonde isn't our favorite look, but you can't go wrong with long, loose waves.
Some people can pull off bouncy blonde curls, but the preternaturally gorgeous Jolie isn't one of them. (Is it wrong that this fact brings us some pleasure?)
A simple ponytail and shiny chestnut locks bring us the actress we know and love...and envy.
Though we've always adored Hayek's signature center-part, the '80s called. They want their crimping iron back.
Hayek abandoned the crimper to run off with the curling iron, and they lived happily ever after.
Once upon a time, our beloved golden girl was in dire need of "The Rachel" haircut.
True to form, Aniston now sports short, blonde tresses that have scissors snipping everywhere.
We're all for shaved heads in the name of art (Natalie Portman, a young Sinead O'Connor), but a silvery buzz cut is just never flattering (sorry, Susan Powter).
Though she's a mother and a wife, Pinkett Smith still has the edge needed to rock sleek, blunt bangs.
Bobs are an easy way to get surefire style, but Danes's strands fall flat. The look could use a dollop of shine-enhancing cream...and volumizer.
A simple bun, bright highlights and a few loose pieces make the perfect effortless look.
A mullet? Never a good idea. Even if you're Scarlett Johansson.
What do you get when you combine a long bob and loose waves? A gorgeous hairstyle.
The perfect example of quintessential '80s staples: pink bows, crimped strands and flyaway bangs.
We can't hold the '80s against everyone, especially when Moore's hair here is windswept, feminine and perfectly modern.
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