Even celebrities like Cameron Diaz can suffer from haircut disasters.
The "What to Expect When You're Expecting" star wasn't expecting to get a super-short cut when she asked a friend of hers to give her a little trim right before Christmas, but apparently her pal was too preoccupied with thinking about her holiday preparations - instead of a trim, Cameron ended up with half of her hair lopped off.
You would think that Cameron wouldn't mind a short haircut - after all, she became a superstar after she rocked an adorable bob in "Something About Mary." Plus she shouldn't be horrified by anything hair-related after starring in one of the ickiest (and stickiest) hair styling scenes in movie history. Nevertheless, she told Jay Leno that she bawled her eyes out over becoming nearly bald, and she made sure to kill her friend's Christmas spirit by berating her for the bad 'do. According to Us Weekly, here's how she described the aftermath: "She started crying. I started crying. A couple other people started crying. I ended up writing her a few e-mails over the next few days assuring her I was OK."
Geez! They're called extensions, Cameron, and almost every actress in Hollywood uses them.
Even though the rich and famous should be able to have their bad haircuts fixed fairly easy, that doesn't stop them from complaining about them. When anti-pop princess Pink rocked a silvery-purple pixie cut at the premiere of "The Lincoln Lawyer" last year, fans were quick to criticize the haircut. Instead of looking rough, tough, and trendy, poor Pink resembled Judi Dench. However, she made sure to let her fans know that she also wasn't a fan of the 'do by tweeting, " The woman that did my hair butchered it. I hate it." Hopefully she invested in a good baseball cap to wear while letting it grow out.
Then there are the poor celebs that are forced to get horrible haircuts in the name of art. "High School Musical" star Vanessa Hudgens had to cut her hair extremely short for her role in "Gimme Shelter" to play a homeless girl who doesn't care about the way she looks. Vanessa actually took scissors to her hair herself, describing the finished result by saying that it made her feel like a soccer mom. Luckily now her locks are all grown out so that she can rock one of this year's hottest trends - hombre hair.
Even the actress who was forced to get one of the most beloved celebrity hairstyles in the world hated it. In the '90s tons of young women headed to their hairstyles to request "The Rachel," the iconic layered 'do that Jennifer Aniston's beloved character wore on "Friends." However, poor Jen was suffering the entire time while everyone else was celebrating the style - she later described it as "the ugliest haircut I've ever seen" and said this about her hairstylist: "I love Chris, and he's the bane of my existence at the same time because he started that damn Rachel, which was not my best look." So the whole time that you were rocking the Rachel thinking that you looked great, you were actually yet another victim of a celebrity haircut disaster.
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