It’s hard to resist a good haircut, especially if it’s in a mugshot! Welcome back to our third and final edition of best crazy hairstyles from US jails and prisons. Take a seat, get ready to embrace all this creativity and don’t forget to send us any fun new mugshot you come across.
Go back to read the Part 1 and Part 2 of these series before we move forward.
Let’s get this show started!
11. Hair session left unfinished
It feels like this fellow was arrested directly in the hair salon since he didn’t finish his look. However, it is possible that this was supposed to be his new hair statement. Whatever the intention was, we’d love to see this piece of art from all kinds of different angles.
12. And we thought Medusa was a woman!
Turns out Greek mythology had it all wrong. Medusa is not only a man, but he is a frequent visitor of the mugshot booth of memories. The booth might be suppressing his powers since it was possible to get him on camera without turning into stone.
13. A peacock opens her tail when in front of camera
Another gender misconception. Females can also have beautiful and luxurious tails which they open to attract the public through a mugshot. Jokes aside, can you imagine how much hair gel went into this single layer of the fan on her head? A hair gel company out there has made serious profits thanks to her.
14. Sir, your beard is bipolar
It just can’t decide if it wants to grow long or short. We understand it helps you sport two looks at once, which is extremely handy when you’re committing a crime but remember to give it some rest and good care.
15. Bangs and a ponytail
What if you only want the bangs and a ponytail, and nothing else. No one has time to take care of all your hair? So why not pick your favorite parts and stick only with them.
I’m sure these three mugshot editions not only gave you new ideas for your next haircut, but they also made you sigh with relief since your photo was not included this time. But don’t be shy. Send us yours if you’re wearing a fun hairstyle in your mugshot, we might consider adding it to a future fourth edition.