15 Unfortunate Haircuts That People Can Never Come Back From

Most of us know what it feels like to have to live with a bad haircut. It's never fun, but after a couple of weeks, the worst is usually behind you.

However, this isn't always the case. Sometimes, a bad hairdo can wind up being your reckoning. Have a look and check out these 15 unfortunate haircuts that these people can never come back from.

Somebody better call 'SpongeBob Square Pants'.

Shaping your head into a pineapple requires a lot of work and continuous grooming. It's not the kind of cut that you can just let grow out. This means that this guy has to wake up every day and renew his commitment to this terrible hairstyle.

I truly have no words.

I've seen certain barbers incorporating the use of a double line in order to make the cut look sharper and more precise. Unfortunately for this guy, it wound up blowing up in his face.

It's a little too Frankenstein's Bride for my liking.

I'm not going to lie, when I first saw this photo — I thought it was a hat. Maybe it's the fact that it was only recently Halloween, but this haircut looks like something out of a Frankenstein movie.

When Adidas is life.

I really hope that the young man in the photo is sponsored by Adidas to some degree. If not, I hope at the very least that his friends had previously agreed to pay good money for him to sport such a ridiculous-looking haircut.

Yes, the eyeliner goes around the skull.

This is going to sound like a bit of an out-there reference, but this person's style is totally reminiscent of Jennifer Lopez in The Cell.

If you haven't seen the movie, don't feel bad — it's terrible.

Is this really good or really bad?

High hair and high fashion go hand-in-hand. I don't know when anyone would ever willingly style their hair in this manner unless they happened to be walking on a runway. I admire the skill but the execution is off.

The party in the back is still growing strong

Reports have shown that 40% of all men will experience some form of hair loss before the age of 35. None of us wants to say goodbye to their luscious locks, but at a certain point, enough has to be enough.

To be fair, Coolio's hair has never been great.

To varying degrees, hip-hop artist Coolio has always had the same outlandish hairstyle. I myself am not a fan, but it clearly has worked wonders for him.

Pardon me while I go and listen to "Gangster's Paradise" on repeat for the rest of the day.

There's a lot going on here.

I don't love the hair but I can handle it. In the same vein, the beard is a little much but I'm not hating on it. The only thing I can't get past is this man's eyebrows. Somebody get him a pair of tweezers, and fast!

Where do I know these kids from?

I'm being dead serious, I recognize them — I just don't know from where. Are they Instagram famous? TikTok "influencers" or just plain old internet trolls?

Can somebody please lend me a hand and point me in the right direction?

Lady, I hate to break it to you but you've got a skunk on your head.

The only thing worse than a bad cheap haircut is a bad expensive haircut, and just judging from the amount of dye and layering — this monstrosity couldn't have been cheap.

What's keeping that hairdo up?

Is this real hair? It looks like some kind of safety helmet, disguised to look like the real thing. Not only does this style look demanding, but also incredibly heavy as well — just look at the kink in her neck!

They're gonna know...

So this is actually a true story that happened not all that long ago. This man was caught trying to smuggle drugs through the airport, underneath his toupee. I wish I was joking, but I'm deadly serious.

Ye has it his way.

This is none other than the legendary Kanye West, sporting his lasted impromptu look. The only thing that could make this picture any better is the knowledge that it was taken while Ye was ordering food from the McDonald's kiosk.

Theo Von, is that you?

It's one thing to shave a giant rat into the back of your head. But to then have the rat-tail extend all the way down to the middle of your back — now that's what I call dedication.