The World Cup can get pretty ugly: there's the biting, the diving, and of course, the hair cutting. Many of the world's best players -- including Neymar Jr. and Cristiano Ronaldo -- opted to chop off their locks in preparation for the big tournament. And, let's just say, their hair decisions are questionable.
The good, the bad, and the just plain ugly: these are the most distinguishable haircuts of the 2014 World Cup.
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Ok, we get it, Neymar. You're a flashy guy. But these platinum blonde highlights? No. Just no.
We think Chilean footballer Arturo Vidal went a little overboard on his World Cup 'do.
Argentina's Sergio Aguero rocks a fauxhawk with racing stripes.
We think Cristiano Ronaldo's bizarre zig-zag 'do is supposed to be a 7 -- in honor of his jersey number. It definitely looks more like Zorro's trademark slash.
Portuguese midfielder Miguel Veloso likes his hair long on top and short on the sides for a look that's reminiscent of a porcupine.
Spanish goalkeeper Iker Casillas needs to learn that it's never a good idea to disguise your receding hairline with bangs.
Mexico's celebrated goalkeeper Guillermo Ochoa keeps his floppy curls in check with a fashionable headband.