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8th Feb '16 8:08:41 AM Greenygal
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* ''Shadow In The North'' features a black guy in late 1870s London with dreadlocks. While dreadlocks are one of the oldest hairstyles known to man and common in African societies, it was not exactly common in London at the time.
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* ''Shadow Creator/PhilipPullman's ''[[Literature/SallyLockhart Shadow In The North'' North]]'' features a black guy in late 1870s London with dreadlocks. While dreadlocks are one of the oldest hairstyles known to man and common in African societies, it was not exactly common in London at the time.
23rd Dec '15 9:37:20 AM Observance
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** Ankh. He first sleeps in a park due to having no home, frequently rides a motorbike and jumps into rivers. His [[hhttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/_5k8oCN0qdL8/TTrkx7fjNXI/AAAAAAAADXA/YL_zxQC33MY/s1600/ankh-1.jpg flamboyant hairdo]] remains pretty indestructible. Since his full Greeed form [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/kamenrider/images/c/c6/Ankh_Greeed_Profile.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150319233551 also sports it]], it's presumably an incontrovertible part of his body.
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** Ankh. He first sleeps in a park due to having no home, frequently rides a motorbike and jumps into rivers. His [[hhttp://3.[[http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_5k8oCN0qdL8/TTrkx7fjNXI/AAAAAAAADXA/YL_zxQC33MY/s1600/ankh-1.jpg flamboyant hairdo]] remains pretty indestructible. Since his full Greeed form [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/kamenrider/images/c/c6/Ankh_Greeed_Profile.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150319233551 also sports it]], it's presumably an incontrovertible part of his body.
23rd Dec '15 9:36:34 AM Observance
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** Ankh. He first sleeps in a park due to having no home, frequently rides a motorbike and jumps into rivers. His [[http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/163925_175101055862904_175082962531380_354865_6766070_n.jpg flamboyant hairdo]] remains pretty indestructible.
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** Ankh. He first sleeps in a park due to having no home, frequently rides a motorbike and jumps into rivers. His [[http://a7.sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/163925_175101055862904_175082962531380_354865_6766070_n.[[hhttp://3.bp.blogspot.com/_5k8oCN0qdL8/TTrkx7fjNXI/AAAAAAAADXA/YL_zxQC33MY/s1600/ankh-1.jpg flamboyant hairdo]] remains pretty indestructible. Since his full Greeed form [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/kamenrider/images/c/c6/Ankh_Greeed_Profile.jpg/revision/latest?cb=20150319233551 also sports it]], it's presumably an incontrovertible part of his body.
11th Dec '15 12:45:55 AM jboone93
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!!Anachronistic
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11th Dec '15 12:45:41 AM jboone93
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28th Nov '15 1:16:12 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Psycho wrestled with a hairstyle similar to Luna's, only he had the additions of separating the hair on the top of his head into several died spikes and also dying that which fell backwards.
15th Nov '15 10:40:02 AM nombretomado
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* Gustaf's ridiculous hairstyle in ''SagaFrontier2''. Just look at [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/gustaf.gif it]]!
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* Gustaf's ridiculous hairstyle in ''SagaFrontier2''.''VideoGame/SaGaFrontier2''. Just look at [[http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/gustaf.gif it]]!
6th Nov '15 7:40:42 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{The Real Ghostbusters}}'': The most paranormal and unexplained element is undoubtedly Egon's hair. * ''{{Rugrats}}'': Didi's giant orange triforce. She's cut it into a slightly more realistic do by the time ''All Grown Up'' comes along.
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* ''{{The ''WesternAnimation/{{The Real Ghostbusters}}'': The most paranormal and unexplained element is undoubtedly Egon's hair. * ''{{Rugrats}}'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'': Didi's giant orange triforce. She's cut it into a slightly more realistic do by the time ''All Grown Up'' comes along.
11th Oct '15 5:21:36 PM DrOO7
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* ''Literature/SafeHaven'': The heroine gives herself a perfect haircut and dye job while fleeing from her abusive husband. While one could stretch their imagination enough to assume that she could pull off the haircut, to dye ones hair from brunette to blonde takes considerable skill and time. There's no way she could have pulled off the salon-perfect job we see at all, much less in the brief time frame given. (This problem arises from the fact that film is pulling an AdaptationDyeJob to accommodate the blonde actress playing the role; in the book she goes from blonde to brunette, much easier for even a non-professional to do).

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* Happens so often on soaps that Soap Opera Digest felt the need to commend ''Series/AsTheWorldTurns'' for averting it in at least one instance--when a character was finally rescued from her kidnappers, she actually looked like she hadn't been to the salon in months--several inches of new growth, split ends, etc.
10th Oct '15 12:56:44 PM nombretomado
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* ComicBook/{{X-Men}}: In one issue of his own comic, {{Wolverine}} has all his hair cut off. It grows back in minutes, ''in the same style''. * SpiderMan: {{Norman Osborn}} has what appear to be horizontal corn-rows of brown and red hair. It's not entirely clear what this is supposed to actually represent but even in universe characters repeatedly appear unable to figure what he did to his hair.
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* ComicBook/{{X-Men}}: ComicBook/XMen: In one issue of his own comic, {{Wolverine}} ComicBook/{{Wolverine}} has all his hair cut off. It grows back in minutes, ''in the same style''. * SpiderMan: {{Norman ComicBook/{{Norman Osborn}} has what appear to be horizontal corn-rows of brown and red hair. It's not entirely clear what this is supposed to actually represent but even in universe characters repeatedly appear unable to figure what he did to his hair.

* In the first issue of {{Nightwing}}'s own series, a thug attacks Dick with a knife and hacks off the ponytail he'd been sporting in ''[[Comicbook/TeenTitans New Titans]]'' and ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''. His hair instantly resolves itself into a neat, not-quite-shoulder-length 'do.
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* In the first issue of {{Nightwing}}'s ComicBook/{{Nightwing}}'s own series, a thug attacks Dick with a knife and hacks off the ponytail he'd been sporting in ''[[Comicbook/TeenTitans New Titans]]'' and ''Franchise/{{Batman}}''. His hair instantly resolves itself into a neat, not-quite-shoulder-length 'do.

* Many [[RobLiefeld Liefeld]]-style [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks 90s comics]] characters had ludicrously long, physics-defying ponytails that were occasionally mixed in with other hairstyles at the same time. Case in point: [[http://www.somethingawful.com/fashion-swat/comic-swat/5/ Shatterstar]].
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* Many [[RobLiefeld [[Creator/RobLiefeld Liefeld]]-style [[UsefulNotes/TheDarkAgeOfComicBooks 90s comics]] characters had ludicrously long, physics-defying ponytails that were occasionally mixed in with other hairstyles at the same time. Case in point: [[http://www.somethingawful.com/fashion-swat/comic-swat/5/ Shatterstar]].
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