The Worst Hair Trends of All Time Tabatha Coffey: 5 Hair Trends That Should Never Come Back by Guest Writer Jul 25 2012 350 Hair trends come and go, but some are best left in the past. Hairstylist, reality TV star, and author Tabatha Coffey shares more: I love fashion and trends, but here are a few that I hope never come back, at least in their original form! Source: Getty The Mullet What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Do I even have to explain why? A hairstyle that's "business in the front, party in the back" is just wrong in every way — and I like to party. Image Source: Getty The Rachel What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! The most overplayed hairstyle of the last 30 years, without question. A whole generation of women wanted it and wore it, whether it looked good on them or not. It was a nightmare to be a hairstylist at the peak of "Rachel Madness," and even Jennifer Aniston herself has said she hated it! Image Source: Getty The '80s Perm What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! I can't think of anything more unflattering than the big, teased-out '80s perm with sky-high, Aqua-Netted-to-death bangs. A horrible crime against hair, and the environment! I like big hair but . . . Image Source: Getty Hair Extensions What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Hair extensions done the right way can look completely natural and beautiful, but that's not what I'm talking about here. I'm referring to the ridiculously long, obviously fake "Barbie hair" extensions every Paris Hilton wannabe wore in the mid-2000s. Some were so atrocious you could even see where they joined in. Thank goodness for better technology, hair, and techniques to give us the locks we desire. Image Source: Getty The Comb-Over What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Though never truly a trend, I think the comb-over warrants a mention on every list of hair don'ts. That saying about "faking it 'til you make it" doesn't apply here: if you don't have hair, don't fake it. Just cut it all off and embrace what you have. No names mentioned. Photo courtesy of Warner Bros.