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24th Jul '17 12:55:16 PM Piterpicher
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Moritz Stiefel from [[SpringAwakening]] is almost always portrayed as having messy hair, as befitting his anxious, scattered thoughts. PlayedWith in the Deaf West Production, where Moritz's hair is slicked down but his Inner Voice (who represents his inner desires/true self to a certain extent) still has the trademark hair.

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Moritz Stiefel from [[SpringAwakening]] Theatre/SpringAwakening is almost always portrayed as having messy hair, as befitting his anxious, scattered thoughts. PlayedWith in the Deaf West Production, where Moritz's hair is slicked down but his Inner Voice (who represents his inner desires/true self to a certain extent) still has the trademark hair.
4th Jul '17 3:44:02 PM Aardvark123
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* One of the main character's most iconic traits in ''Fanfic/{{FREAKINGENSOKYO}}''. Described as "curly-ass, dishwater-blonde Danny-Sexbang-esque hair, except with more grease".
16th Jun '17 11:12:24 AM nombretomado
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* In ''{{Taxi}}'', the character Reverend [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ignatowski Jim Ignatowski]] (Christopher Lloyd) usually had messy hair to go along with his regular drug use and "spaced-out" behavior. Here's a [[http://www.studyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/jim-ignatowski-pic.jpg picture of the Reverend]].

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* In ''{{Taxi}}'', ''Series/{{Taxi}}'', the character Reverend [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ignatowski Jim Ignatowski]] (Christopher Lloyd) usually had messy hair to go along with his regular drug use and "spaced-out" behavior. Here's a [[http://www.studyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/jim-ignatowski-pic.jpg picture of the Reverend]].
3rd Jun '17 9:38:51 AM Piterpicher
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* ScoutTaylorCompton's hair often borders on [[AFlockOfSeagulls Flock of Seagulls]].

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* ScoutTaylorCompton's hair often borders on [[AFlockOfSeagulls [[Music/AFlockOfSeagulls Flock of Seagulls]].
29th Apr '17 7:45:02 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', your teacher Sadayo Kawakami always has a messy bed head at school, due to moonlighting a second job in the evenings that causes her to oversleep and not have enough time to bother combing her hair in the mornings.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'', ''VideoGame/Persona5'', your teacher Sadayo Kawakami always has a messy bed head at school, due to moonlighting a second job in the evenings that causes her to oversleep and not have enough time to bother combing her hair in the mornings.mornings. The protagonist himself has unkempt curly hair, a visual indication of the trickster hiding beneath his meek facade.
22nd Apr '17 8:31:14 PM nombretomado
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* Several characters have this in ''SurvivalOfTheFittest''. Some examples include Jonathan Jarocki and Lily Ainsworth, for starters. Chris Richardson of ''Evolution'' is also described this way.

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* Several characters have this in ''SurvivalOfTheFittest''.''Roleplay/SurvivalOfTheFittest''. Some examples include Jonathan Jarocki and Lily Ainsworth, for starters. Chris Richardson of ''Evolution'' is also described this way.
19th Apr '17 10:17:01 PM AthenaBlue
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** The Second Doctor had an unkempt mop-top haircut as well as an [[{{Permastubble}} abiding five o' clock shadow]], both of which sets him off against the clean-cut First Doctor. He has his hair tidied in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror "The Macra Terror"]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheEnemyOfTheWorld "The Enemy of the World"]], and apparently hates both the look and sensation of having it combed both times.

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** The Second Doctor had an unkempt mop-top haircut as well as an [[{{Permastubble}} abiding five o' clock shadow]], both of which sets him off against the clean-cut First Doctor. He has his hair tidied in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror "The Macra Terror"]] and [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheEnemyOfTheWorld [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E4TheEnemyOfTheWorld "The Enemy of the World"]], and apparently hates both the look and sensation of having it combed both times.
19th Apr '17 10:13:19 PM AthenaBlue
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* Multiple members of [[ComicBook/TheSandman the Endless]]. Death and Dream have straight hair that sticks out in all directions, Despair's hair is snarled and ratty, and Delirium's is wavy and changes between various flavors of unkempt.

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* ''ComicBook/TheSandman'': Multiple members of [[ComicBook/TheSandman the Endless]].Endless. Death and Dream have straight hair that sticks out in all directions, Despair's hair is snarled and ratty, and Delirium's is wavy and changes between various flavors of unkempt.



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* Hiro Hamada from ''Disney/BigHero6''. WordOfGod says this is because he thinks "cool hair should never look combed".
* [[TomboyPrincess Merida]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}''. Her hair is not a reflection of her sanity or her quirkiness, but rather a consequence of her preferring more physical activities over traditional feminine traits such as taking care of her appearance. [[WordOfGod The creator]] of the character said that Merida was designed to give girls a more attainable role model and because of that, she was given messy hair to show that she has no time and/or interest in looking good. Considering that extremely curly hair is difficult to maintain, specially with medieval elements (Anti-Frizz hair products weren't invented) her hair is very realistic and [[JustifiedTrope justified]].



* [[TomboyPrincess Merida]] from ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}''. Her hair is not a reflection of her sanity or her quirkiness, but rather a consequence of her preferring more physical activities over traditional feminine traits such as taking care of her appearance. [[WordOfGod The creator]] of the character said that Merida was designed to give girls a more attainable role model and because of that, she was given a MessyHair to show that she has no time and/or interest in looking good. Considering that extremely curly hair is difficult to maintain, specially with medieval elements (Anti-Frizz hair products weren't invented) her hair is very realistic and [[JustifiedTrope justified]]



* Hiro Hamada from ''Disney/BigHero6''. WordOfGod says this is because he thinks "cool hair should never look combed".



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* The killer in ''Film/TheFinalTerror'' has such long and messy hair that it works as an effective camouflage.



* The killer in ''Film/TheFinalTerror'' has such long and messy hair that it works as an effective camouflage.



* In ''Film/WarCraft2016'', Garona has a flurry of curls much like the page image, but bigger and likely impossible to comb.



* In ''Film/WarCraft2016'', Garona has a flurry of curls much like the page image, but bigger and likely impossible to comb.



* Hatter in Creator/{{Syfy}}'s ''Series/{{Alice|2009}}'' miniseries.
* Kitty Sanchez from ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', when LettingHerHairDown.
* In the episode "Soul Mates" from ''Series/BabylonFive'', Delenn comes down with this...[[JustifiedTrope because until earlier that year, she'd never had any hair to deal with, and doesn't know how to care for her hair]]. Ivanova ends up having to help out.
* Bernard Black in ''Series/BlackBooks''.
** ...also, every other character played by Dylan Moran, including his stage persona. As he himself says: "It's its own bioculture, I just leave it alone... we sleep in separate rooms."



** The Second Doctor had an unkempt mop-top haircut as well as an [[{{Permastubble}} abiding five o' clock shadow]], both of which sets him off against the clean-cut First Doctor. He has his hair tidied in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror The Macra Terror]]" and "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheEnemyOfTheWorld Enemy of the World]]" and apparently hates both the look and sensation of having it combed both times.
** The Fourth Doctor has a mop of longish, aggressively curly hair. Messing it up from the Third Doctor's hairstyle with his hand is actually the very first thing he does after regenerating and it's usually tangled, though precisely how messy it is seems to have a lot of variation depending on the story (ranging from relatively smooth and tidy in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E1TerrorOfTheZygons Terror of the Zygons]]" to a complete frizz in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E5ThePowerOfKroll The Power of Kroll]]"). Creator/TomBaker refused to let the makeup team touch it after the start of recording because he felt it would be out of character for the Doctor to comb his hair while he was saving the universe - see Episode 4 of "Pyramids of Mars", where he starts out with a combed bouffant which you can watch slowly coil up into a springy mess. In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin]]", the Doctor claims his hair curls whenever he's thought up a good idea (or when it's going to rain).

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** The Second Doctor had an unkempt mop-top haircut as well as an [[{{Permastubble}} abiding five o' clock shadow]], both of which sets him off against the clean-cut First Doctor. He has his hair tidied in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror "The Macra Terror]]" Terror"]] and "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheEnemyOfTheWorld [[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheEnemyOfTheWorld "The Enemy of the World]]" World"]], and apparently hates both the look and sensation of having it combed both times.
** The Fourth Doctor has a mop of longish, aggressively curly hair. Messing it up from the Third Doctor's hairstyle with his hand is actually the very first thing he does after regenerating and it's usually tangled, though precisely how messy it is seems to have a lot of variation depending on the story (ranging from relatively smooth and tidy in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E1TerrorOfTheZygons Terror [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E1TerrorOfTheZygons "Terror of the Zygons]]" Zygons"]] to a complete frizz in "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E5ThePowerOfKroll The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E5ThePowerOfKroll "The Power of Kroll]]"). Kroll"]]). Creator/TomBaker refused to let the makeup team touch it after the start of recording because he felt it would be out of character for the Doctor to comb his hair while he was saving the universe - -- see Episode 4 of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E3PyramidsOfMars "Pyramids of Mars", Mars"]], where he starts out with a combed bouffant which you can watch slowly coil up into a springy mess. In "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The [[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin "The Deadly Assassin]]", Assassin"]], the Doctor claims his hair curls whenever he's thought up a good idea (or when it's going to rain).



** The Eleventh Doctor had wild hair in his first Season, but it was gelled to immobility from "[[Recap/DoctorWho2010CSAChristmasCarol A Christmas Carol]]" onwards because it was causing the hair continuity people a headache.

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** The Eleventh Doctor had wild hair in his first Season, season, but it was gelled to immobility from "[[Recap/DoctorWho2010CSAChristmasCarol A [[Recap/DoctorWho2010CSAChristmasCarol "A Christmas Carol]]" Carol"]] onwards because it was causing the hair continuity people a headache.



* In ''{{Taxi}}'', the character Reverend [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ignatowski Jim Ignatowski]] (Christopher Lloyd) usually had messy hair to go along with his regular drug use and "spaced-out" behavior. Here's a [[http://www.studyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/jim-ignatowski-pic.jpg picture of the Reverend]].
* Parodied in Series/HowIMetYourMother episode "The Platinum Rule" when Ted spends the ENTIRE episode trying to get his hair messy in the exact right way to go impress a girl. At one point when he's about to leave he gets stalled when one of his friends messes up his messed up hair, and Ted returns to the mirror trying to re-perfect it.

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* In ''{{Taxi}}'', ''Series/TheFlash2014'':
** Dr Harrison Wells starts the series with reasonably tidy hair, but it gets longer and more unkempt as time goes on. By the time [[spoiler: his true identity as the Reverse Flash is revealed]], 'distinctly ruffled' has become his hair's default state.
** [[spoiler: Harry Wells of Earth-2]] has very messy hair that sticks up and out in all directions, which helps to indicate that he is focussing completely on his mission to [[spoiler: defeat Zoom]] to the exclusion of everything else.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'' features [[TheTwink Blaine Anderson]], whose naturally frizzy, curly hair isn't revealed until hair gel is banned by [[TheDitz ditzy]] [[StudentCouncilPresident Britney]]. His arc in the episode was meant to show how even
the character Reverend [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ignatowski Jim Ignatowski]] (Christopher Lloyd) usually had messy always presented as the most proud and comfortable in his own skin still has body image issues. The frizzy hairstyle then disappeared for two seasons, when Blaine attempted to rock the look as an ExpositoryHairstyleChange. Even his [[TheDitz best friend]] didn't recognize him.
* ''Series/GossipGirl'': Fans speculate if Serena van der Woodsen even owns a hairbrush.
** Dan's season five
hair is considered by some to go along with his regular drug use and "spaced-out" behavior. Here's a [[http://www.studyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/jim-ignatowski-pic.jpg picture of the Reverend]].
be its own character.
* Parodied in Series/HowIMetYourMother the ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' episode "The Platinum Rule" when Ted spends the ENTIRE episode trying to get his hair messy in the exact right way to go impress a girl. At one point when he's about to leave he gets stalled when one of his friends messes up his messed up hair, and Ted returns to the mirror trying to re-perfect it.



* Hatter in Creator/{{Syfy}}'s ''Series/{{Alice|2009}}'' miniseries.
* Bernard Black in ''Series/BlackBooks''.
** ...also, every other character played by Dylan Moran, including his stage persona. As he himself says: "It's its own bioculture, I just leave it alone... we sleep in separate rooms."
* Rodrigo in ''Series/MozartInTheJungle'' (and his real-life inspiration, Gustavo Dudamel).
* Fans speculate if [[Series/GossipGirl Serena van der Woodsen]] even owns a hairbrush.
** Dan's season five hair is considered by some to be it's own character.
* Kitty Sanchez from ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'', when LettingHerHairDown.
* In the episode "Soul Mates" from ''Series/BabylonFive'', Delenn comes down with this...[[JustifiedTrope because until earlier that year, she'd never had any hair to deal with, and doesn't know how to care for her hair]]. Ivanova ends up having to help out.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'' features [[TheTwink Blaine Anderson]], whose naturally frizzy, curly hair isn't revealed until hair gel is banned by [[TheDitz ditzy]] [[StudentCouncilPresident Britney]]. His arc in the episode was meant to show how even the character always presented as the most proud and comfortable in his own skin still has body image issues. The frizzy hairstyle then disappeared for two seasons, when Blaine attempted to rock the look as an ExpositoryHairstyleChange. Even his [[TheDitz best friend]] didn't recognize him.

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* Hatter in Creator/{{Syfy}}'s ''Series/{{Alice|2009}}'' miniseries.
* Bernard Black in ''Series/BlackBooks''.
** ...also, every other character played by Dylan Moran, including his stage persona. As he himself says: "It's its own bioculture, I just leave it alone... we sleep in separate rooms."
* Rodrigo in ''Series/MozartInTheJungle'' (and his real-life inspiration, Gustavo Dudamel).
Dudamel).
* Fans speculate if [[Series/GossipGirl Serena van der Woodsen]] even owns a hairbrush.
** Dan's season five
''Series/TheOfficeUS'': Jim has messy, cowlicked hair is considered by some to be until the end of the third season, when he gets an ImportantHaircut. After that, it's own character.
* Kitty Sanchez from ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment'',
not quite as messy, but not as well-groomed as the few episodes after the haircut. It's even lampshaded when LettingHerHairDown.
* In the episode "Soul Mates" from ''Series/BabylonFive'', Delenn comes down with this...[[JustifiedTrope because until earlier that year, she'd never had any hair
Michael tries to deal with, and doesn't know how to care for her hair]]. Ivanova ends up having to help out.
* ''Series/{{Glee}}'' features [[TheTwink Blaine Anderson]], whose naturally frizzy, curly hair isn't revealed until hair gel is banned by [[TheDitz ditzy]] [[StudentCouncilPresident Britney]]. His arc
imitate Jim in the episode was meant to show how even the character always presented as the most proud and comfortable in second season by messing up his own skin still has body image issues. The frizzy hairstyle then disappeared for two seasons, when Blaine attempted to rock the look as an ExpositoryHairstyleChange. Even his [[TheDitz best friend]] didn't recognize him.normally tidy hair.



* ''Series/TheFlash2014'':
** Dr Harrison Wells starts the series with reasonably tidy hair, but it gets longer and more unkempt as time goes on. By the time [[spoiler: his true identity as the Reverse Flash is revealed]], 'distinctly ruffled' has become his hair's default state.
** [[spoiler: Harry Wells of Earth-2]] has very messy hair that sticks up and out in all directions, which helps to indicate that he is focussing completely on his mission to [[spoiler: defeat Zoom]] to the exclusion of everything else.
* Series/TheOffice : Jim has messy, cowlicked hair until the end of the third season, when he gets an ImportantHaircut. After that, it's not quite as messy, but not as well-groomed as the few episodes after the haircut. It's even lampshaded when Michael tries to imitate Jim in the second season by messing up his normally tidy hair.

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* ''Series/TheFlash2014'':
** Dr Harrison Wells starts
In ''{{Taxi}}'', the series with reasonably tidy hair, but it gets longer and more unkempt as time goes on. By the time [[spoiler: his true identity as the Reverse Flash is revealed]], 'distinctly ruffled' has become his hair's default state.
** [[spoiler: Harry Wells of Earth-2]] has very
character Reverend [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jim_Ignatowski Jim Ignatowski]] (Christopher Lloyd) usually had messy hair that sticks up to go along with his regular drug use and out in all directions, which helps to indicate that he is focussing completely on his mission to [[spoiler: defeat Zoom]] to the exclusion of everything else.
* Series/TheOffice : Jim has messy, cowlicked hair until the end
"spaced-out" behavior. Here's a [[http://www.studyofsports.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/01/jim-ignatowski-pic.jpg picture of the third season, when he gets an ImportantHaircut. After that, it's not quite as messy, but not as well-groomed as the few episodes after the haircut. It's even lampshaded when Michael tries to imitate Jim in the second season by messing up his normally tidy hair. Reverend]].



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode ''[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheTalesOfBaSingSe Tales of Ba Sing Se]]'', the first story involves [[TeamMom Katara]] and [[TheLadette Toph]] having a girls day out. When Katara wakes Toph up, Toph's hair is so messed up that it looks like a porcupine is sitting on her head.
* Zuri and Tiifu from ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' have messy fur (and fur markings) to better help distinguish them, considering there is only so much you can do with lion designs.



* In the ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' episode ''[[Recap/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheTalesOfBaSingSe Tales of Ba Sing Se]]'', the first story involves [[TeamMom Katara]] and [[TheLadette Toph]] having a girls day out. When Katara wakes Toph up, Toph's hair is so messed up that it looks like a porcupine is sitting on her head.
* As first expressed in the ''WesternAnimation/SheZow'' episode "Coldfinger", whenever [=SheZow=]'s hair is messy, her powers won't work. Fortunately for her, [[CrazyPrepared she keeps a can of hairspray in handy]].



* Zuri and Tiifu from ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' have messy fur (and fur markings) to better help distinguish them, considering there is only so much you can do with lion designs.

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* Zuri and Tiifu from ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' have messy fur (and fur markings) to better help distinguish them, considering there As first expressed in the ''WesternAnimation/SheZow'' episode "Coldfinger", whenever [=SheZow=]'s hair is only so much you messy, her powers won't work. Fortunately for her, [[CrazyPrepared she keeps a can do with lion designs.of hairspray in handy]].



* There are exhaustive books, websites, boutiques and product lines aimed at trying to get hair like this to look good- usually, preferably, to turn it into QuirkyCurls (especially the many that are primarily pitched at a Caucasian market). Some are a little... zealous about the importance of embracing it (check out Lorraine Massey's 'Curly Girl', with its twelve-step programme to a correct attitude to curly hair, and you'll see what we mean...)

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* There are exhaustive books, websites, boutiques and product lines aimed at trying to get hair like this to look good- usually, preferably, to turn it into QuirkyCurls (especially the many that are primarily pitched at a Caucasian market). Some are a little... zealous about the importance of embracing it (check out Lorraine Massey's 'Curly Girl', "Curly Girl", with its twelve-step programme to a correct attitude to curly hair, and you'll see what we mean...)



* Creator/JohnCooperClarke has distinctively messy black hair, reflecting his status as the 'punk poet' of the late 70s/early 80s.
* Creator/PeterJackson, combined with a PermaStubble.

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* Creator/JohnCooperClarke has distinctively messy black hair, reflecting his status as the 'punk poet' "punk poet" of the late 70s/early 80s.
* Creator/PeterJackson, combined with a PermaStubble.


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17th Apr '17 6:41:02 AM CumbersomeTercel
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** The Second Doctor had an unkempt mop-top haircut as well as an [[{{Permastubble}} abiding five o' clock shadow]], both of which sets him off against the clean-cut First Doctor. He has his hair tidied in "The Macra Terror" and "Enemy of the World" and apparently hates both the look and sensation of having it combed both times.
** The Fourth Doctor has a mop of longish, aggressively curly hair. Messing it up from the Third Doctor's hairstyle with his hand is actually the very first thing he does after regenerating and it's usually tangled, though precisely how messy it is seems to have a lot of variation depending on the story (ranging from relatively smooth and tidy in "Terror of the Zygons" to a complete frizz in "The Power of Kroll"). Creator/TomBaker refused to let the makeup team touch it after the start of recording because he felt it would be out of character for the Doctor to comb his hair while he was saving the universe - see Episode 4 of "Pyramids of Mars", where he starts out with a combed bouffant which you can watch slowly coil up into a springy mess. In "The Deadly Assassin", the Doctor claims his hair curls whenever he's thought up a good idea (or when it's going to rain).

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** The Second Doctor had an unkempt mop-top haircut as well as an [[{{Permastubble}} abiding five o' clock shadow]], both of which sets him off against the clean-cut First Doctor. He has his hair tidied in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS4E7TheMacraTerror The Macra Terror" Terror]]" and "Enemy "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS5E7TheEnemyOfTheWorld Enemy of the World" World]]" and apparently hates both the look and sensation of having it combed both times.
** The Fourth Doctor has a mop of longish, aggressively curly hair. Messing it up from the Third Doctor's hairstyle with his hand is actually the very first thing he does after regenerating and it's usually tangled, though precisely how messy it is seems to have a lot of variation depending on the story (ranging from relatively smooth and tidy in "Terror "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS13E1TerrorOfTheZygons Terror of the Zygons" Zygons]]" to a complete frizz in "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS16E5ThePowerOfKroll The Power of Kroll").Kroll]]"). Creator/TomBaker refused to let the makeup team touch it after the start of recording because he felt it would be out of character for the Doctor to comb his hair while he was saving the universe - see Episode 4 of "Pyramids of Mars", where he starts out with a combed bouffant which you can watch slowly coil up into a springy mess. In "The "[[Recap/DoctorWhoS14E3TheDeadlyAssassin The Deadly Assassin", Assassin]]", the Doctor claims his hair curls whenever he's thought up a good idea (or when it's going to rain).



** The Eleventh Doctor had wild hair in his first Season, but it was gelled to immobility from "A Christmas Carol" onwards because it was causing the hair continuity people a headache.

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** The Eleventh Doctor had wild hair in his first Season, but it was gelled to immobility from "A "[[Recap/DoctorWho2010CSAChristmasCarol A Christmas Carol" Carol]]" onwards because it was causing the hair continuity people a headache.
12th Apr '17 12:02:22 AM caribouchat
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* Phineas Kidd, the title character of ''Webcomic/KiddCommander'' has pink messy hair. "That hair gets stupider every time I see it, I swear to god." says Jocasta to Phineas.

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* Phineas Kidd, the title character of ''Webcomic/KiddCommander'' has pink messy hair. "That hair gets stupider every time I see it, I swear to god." says Jocasta to Phineas.Phineas, [[http://kiddcommander.com/?comic=page-80 p.80]]. Phineas loves her messy hair, which acquires with the art improvement a superlative "boof".
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