Linda Blair's hair ...


was just screaming for some conditioner in this flick. I know it was the late 70s, I know that poofy poodle frizz was in, but MAN! Talk about a bad perm gone awry.



"FRA-GEE-LAY. That must be Italian!"
"I think that says 'fragile', honey."

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Haha, no kidding, her hair was so wild in this.

Because you were home.

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The only crappy part of the movie was that hair! What was she thinking??!!

"Wow, entertainers AND dancing girls? Is there a buffet as well?"

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That's what happens when you spend all your time outside riding a horse.

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LOL: Not sure if they were going for some type of Caucasian afro or late '70's version of the "New Jan Brady" look. Either way, this 'do is hideous.

Considering the fact that Linda Blair had very fine, straight and silky hair in "The Exorcist" and "Born Innocent", I wonder if this is actually a very bad wig.

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Her hair was awful and reminded me of Piper Laurie's hair in Carrie. Like an animal died on her head and she left it there.

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Linda Blair had some hideous hair don'ts in the movies as she grew older, I think it's one of the reasons her career tanked, she never really evolved beyond the horrible 70's hair styles, so she became dated. I'm sure she kept the permed hair for a awhile as i think she thought it made her look more mature, but it was just wrong. Besides all of those mistakes though,I still have a soft spot for her.

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I love Linda, wild hair and all. It was a funky look, but she pulled it off. She had one of the greatest grins ever.

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Her hair looked like a loaf of bread..

#hands up don't loot

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LMAO, her hair was pretty bad for awhile there. It was like this in some roller disco movie she did. And I wasn't even born yet!

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