Almost everyone on Glee has hair that’s to die for - the key word being “almost.” Sadly, there are a couple characters on the show who have what we would call “hair don’ts,” and we feel compelled to call them on it. So here are our picks for the top six worst hair choices on Glee. Time to give Supercuts a call!
And if looking at all this bad hair is hurting your eyes, don’t forget to check out our choices for the Top 5 Best Hairdos!
Artie(Kevin McHale) might not be on the list if we were still in the early 2000s, back when the emo look was still alive and well. But now, that swoopy ‘do has got to go. When Pete Wentz appears to be your style guru, something is wrong.
Let’s make this clear: We typically adore Quinn's (Dianna Agron) hair. But it was that questionable pink stage that we’re disapproving of. Then again, we appreciate that her phase in Season 3 illustrated that even our most valiant hair heroes can have an off week or two — which makes us feel better about our own coifs.
We know, we know: Puck's (Mark Salling) borderline-goofy mohawk never hurt him with the McKinley ladies. And that might be true, but we view that more as a sign that his immense charm enables him to overcome even the most debilitating of follicular impediments. This season, however, his ‘hawk is gone and we couldn’t be happier. Plus, he can always put on the pink mohawk superhero suit if he’s feeling nostalgic.
Is it unfair to pile on the guy, considering he’s received more than enough hair digs over the years courtesy of Sue(Jane Lynch)? Probably. But she kinda has a point: Will's(Matthew Morrison) hair is a little too ridiculous not to include on this list. Sorry, Schue — your perm-tastic look doesn’t get a passing grade.
No offense to Mr. Tarantula Head, but someone needs to take some pruning shears to these locks, stat. Granted, his hair kinda helps Joe (Samuel Larsen) stand out, but it probably didn’t do him any favors when he was trying to impress Quinn last season. Just sayin’.