Pop Culture Haircuts Recreated While Woman Shaves Head

Natalie Portman in V for Vendetta

In a last ditch effort to get through a 21+ admission for a Ben Folds Five concert, Redditor whistlesandshit opted to shave her head and use her brother’s ID. Before she went and completely chopped off her shoulder-length locks, though, the young woman decided to document her makeover by recreating a few famous haircuts throughout pop culture.

With the help of her roommates, the cunning music enthusiast was able to replicate not only stills of musicians with recognizable hair like Skrillex and Sinead O’Connor, but also popular movie scenes and the public meltdown of Britney Spears caught by paparazzi. The young woman’s creative approach to a haircut makes one rethink about all the time they’ve wasted getting a normal, boring trim…

Anne Hathaway in Les Misrables


Joseph Gordon-Levitt in 50/50

Britney Spears

Sinead O’Connor

via [22 Words, reddit]

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