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20th May '16 11:34:34 PM CnHGirl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', this seems to be common for Quartz Gems, and seems to indicate recklessness or aggression. Amethyst and Jasper both have this combined with RapunzelHair. Rose Quartz subverts this with her UpToEleven RegalRinglets, which indicate a refined, [[LadyOfWar lady-like]] temperament instead of the wild aggression of her fellow Quartz Gems.
19th Mar '16 2:50:10 PM nombretomado
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* Played for laughs in episode one of season three of ''TheBigBangTheory'', where the characters return from their trip to the North Pole. Leonard, Howard, and Raj trudge in the apartment lobby with unkempt hair and full beards that seem to fuse together. Then Sheldon walks in with a neat goatee and mustache and no significant changes to his hair.

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* Played for laughs in episode one of season three of ''TheBigBangTheory'', ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'', where the characters return from their trip to the North Pole. Leonard, Howard, and Raj trudge in the apartment lobby with unkempt hair and full beards that seem to fuse together. Then Sheldon walks in with a neat goatee and mustache and no significant changes to his hair.



* Rousseau on ''Series/{{Lost}}'', due to being stranded on the island for sixteen years, and [[spoiler:Bernard]] in the season 5 finale.
** And now [[spoiler:Claire]] in Season 6.

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* Rousseau on ''Series/{{Lost}}'', ''Series/{{Lost}}''
** Rousseau,
due to being stranded on the island for sixteen years, and [[spoiler:Bernard]] in the season 5 finale.
** And now [[spoiler:Claire]] in Season 6.
20th Jan '16 7:37:50 AM Willbyr
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* Akabane from ''GetBackers'' usually has his hair underneath his fedora, but when the hat comes off, his hair is all over the place.

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* Akabane from ''GetBackers'' ''Manga/GetBackers'' usually has his hair underneath his fedora, but when the hat comes off, his hair is all over the place.
4th Jan '16 3:15:33 PM nombretomado
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* In the second act of the musical ''SpringAwakening'', the original Ilse (Lauren Pritchard) had wild hair. Though in modern productions the bob seems to be the new standard for Ilse, most understudies (since it's more practical for them to have long hair so it can be braided for other roles they cover) sport this look in the second act also.

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* In the second act of the musical ''SpringAwakening'', ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'', the original Ilse (Lauren Pritchard) had wild hair. Though in modern productions the bob seems to be the new standard for Ilse, most understudies (since it's more practical for them to have long hair so it can be braided for other roles they cover) sport this look in the second act also.
25th Oct '15 12:21:40 AM calmestofdoves
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Part of this is that keeping your hair neat and short is a lot easier in civilization than out of it. As a consequence, characters who have spent some time in the wild may come back looking like this, though generally not picking up the character traits. When the hair is long but neat, it's usually a SailorsPonytail, indicating merely distance from barbers.

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Part of this is that keeping your hair neat and short is a lot easier in civilization than out of it. As a consequence, characters who have spent some time in the wild may come back looking like this, though generally not picking up the character traits. When the hair is long but neat, it's usually a SailorsPonytail, indicating merely distance from barbers.
barbers. When the hair actively fights being made neater, it's StubbornHair.
25th Oct '15 12:20:44 AM calmestofdoves
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In visual media, usually manages to be still quite attractive. The JunglePrincess, however, is more likely to have RapunzelHair, however improbably.

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In visual media, usually manages to be still quite attractive. The JunglePrincess, however, though, is more likely to have RapunzelHair, however improbably.
24th Oct '15 5:43:51 PM nombretomado
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* Reverend Jim Ignitowski from ''{{Taxi}}'' had wild hair. In one episode, he was given a comb and it literally got stuck midway through his hair!
* Abby from ''{{Primeval}}'' got this when she spent a year in the Cretaceous. While she does use a hairband after returning, the hair otherwise remains unkempt.

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* Reverend Jim Ignitowski from ''{{Taxi}}'' ''Series/{{Taxi}}'' had wild hair. In one episode, he was given a comb and it literally got stuck midway through his hair!
* Abby from ''{{Primeval}}'' ''Series/{{Primeval}}'' got this when she spent a year in the Cretaceous. While she does use a hairband after returning, the hair otherwise remains unkempt.
7th Sep '15 10:31:30 AM nombretomado
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* Textual implications in ''NeverwinterNights2'' suggest that Elanee has never heard of a 'brush' or a 'comb' or even a 'bath'. Textual implications also indicate her unkempt appearance actually adds to her sex appeal.

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* Textual implications in ''NeverwinterNights2'' ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'' suggest that Elanee has never heard of a 'brush' or a 'comb' or even a 'bath'. Textual implications also indicate her unkempt appearance actually adds to her sex appeal.
27th Aug '15 5:20:09 PM Goldfritha
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Part of this is that keeping your hair neat and short is a lot easier in civilization than out of it. As a consequence, characters who have spent some time in the wild may come back looking like this, though generally not picking up the character traits.

Part of this is to show that they (like MadScientist with his EinsteinHair) don't think like other people. Despite the similarity in appearance, other than this, EinsteinHair has [[MadScientist completely]] [[AbsentMindedProfessor different]] connotations.

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Part of this is that keeping your hair neat and short is a lot easier in civilization than out of it. As a consequence, characters who have spent some time in the wild may come back looking like this, though generally not picking up the character traits.

traits. When the hair is long but neat, it's usually a SailorsPonytail, indicating merely distance from barbers.

Part of this is to show that they (like MadScientist with his EinsteinHair) don't think like other people.people, or care what other people thing. Despite the similarity in appearance, other than this, EinsteinHair has [[MadScientist completely]] [[AbsentMindedProfessor different]] connotations.
13th Aug '15 7:06:04 AM Willbyr
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* [[{{Dracula}} Alucard]] of ''{{Hellsing}}''. Especially noticeable as [[spoiler:Vladycard.]]
* Mikoto Urabe in ''MysteriousGirlfriendX''.

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* [[{{Dracula}} Alucard]] of ''{{Hellsing}}''.''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''. Especially noticeable as [[spoiler:Vladycard.]]
* Mikoto Urabe in ''MysteriousGirlfriendX''.''Manga/MysteriousGirlfriendX''.



* In ''{{Dragonball}}'' Both Yamcha and Gohan had this on occasion, usually after a long period TrainingFromHell. Goku ''might'' count, but it's hard to tell if it's WildHair or just plain [[AnimeHair weird]].
* Kiba from ''WolfsRain'' has unkempt black hair in human form, on account of being the only wolf who hasn't lived in a city at all.

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* In ''{{Dragonball}}'' ''Manga/{{Dragonball}}'' Both Yamcha and Gohan had this on occasion, usually after a long period TrainingFromHell. Goku ''might'' count, but it's hard to tell if it's WildHair or just plain [[AnimeHair weird]].
* Kiba from ''WolfsRain'' ''Anime/WolfsRain'' has unkempt black hair in human form, on account of being the only wolf who hasn't lived in a city at all.



* Yusuke from ''YuYuHakusho'' [[ExpositoryHairstyleChange dramatically and suddenly goes through some serious hairstyle change]] -- from his usual slick-back style to this -- during his one-on-one fight against Sensui, with tattoos displaying on his body as well, which also turn up during the hairstyle transformation.

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* Yusuke from ''YuYuHakusho'' ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' [[ExpositoryHairstyleChange dramatically and suddenly goes through some serious hairstyle change]] -- from his usual slick-back style to this -- during his one-on-one fight against Sensui, with tattoos displaying on his body as well, which also turn up during the hairstyle transformation.
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