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15 Celebrity Hair Styles We All Copied (And Wish We Hadn't)

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Celebrity hairstyles have always been a fascination of the public. A lot of the time it's how we decide how we want to style our hair! Obviously they have more style experts in their corner than we do right?

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Well, sometimes they get it right but other times they may be leading us astray. Whether or not they were super stylish is up to you, but these 15 looks definitely made an impact.

Hugh Jackman's long hair

Jennifer Aniston's 'Rachel' cut

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Sarah Jessica Parker's 80s curls

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John Stamos' Uncle Jesse mullet

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Mariah Carrey's tight curls

Michelle Pfieffer in Married to the Mob

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Andre Agassi's mullet

Cyndi Lauper's half short - half long epic 80s hair

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