We associate men's fashion of past centuries with class and neatness. When we look at those times, we're used to seeing tidy facial hair, slick pomades, fancy hats, and suits. Today's post will change the perception a little bit. Well, in terms of hair, at least. For there have always been fashion renegades, or just people with bad hair days, or just bad hair in general.

Robert E. Jackson is an avid collector of vintage photography. He has over three thousand photos in his collection. He either got them anonymously, or sought them out, but in any case, he has ownership of all of them. The vast collection has many peculiar images, some of which we show to you today.

He shares vintage photos spanning from the early days of photography to the late 20th century, where you can see the strange hairstyles of men. They're definitely not what we expect of those times in terms of men's hairstyles. The rhyme and reason for having such hairstyles eludes us, and there's not much that we can do to find out, but they definitely spark some curiosity.

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Doggo Froggo
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4 months ago

Me when I brush my curls out.

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The collection is also useful to see how fashion has evolved over the centuries. Though some of these shown hairstyles didn't fit into their time, they would probably be pretty cool nowadays, and some of them are trendy, or at least acceptable. Some of them are just... well, terrible, and will never become trendy. But who knows?...

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Felix Feline
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4 months ago

The guy on the right has great hair! I wore mine like that in the 90s.

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kristy sickles
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4 months ago

He is just as confused as we are

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If you like this collection by Robert E. Jackson, you're probably going to like his other photos of the olden days. Though his Instagram has a modest followership of 4.8k followers, his collection is anything but modest. So check him out, and see what other kinds of peculiar images you can find! There's much to see: from strange portraits to nostalgic Americana. It's safe to say that it's a true chronicle of amateur American photography.

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LENNON GRAF
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4 months ago

Got dat worm look

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Jonathan Klaus
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4 months ago

Cosmo Kramer??

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kristy sickles
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4 months ago

I can't decide if this is more "Little Rascals" or "the Three Stooges"...

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T Simmons
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4 months ago

I like to think that theyve just cropped the fifth guy and its just a real friendly greeting

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Zet
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4 months ago

Vintage Tom Holland!

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Donkey boi
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4 months ago

'I want that fountain look!'

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Lauren Caswell
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4 months ago

Mugatu's early work in fashion...so hot right now back then

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Felix Feline
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4 months ago

Justin Beiber wore his hair like that.

Gregory Hewitt
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4 months ago

so did The Beatles.

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Iggy
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4 months ago

The photo on the right is hilarious: "Laydeez..."

Agnes Jekyll
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4 months ago

the second dude--Paul Weller Style Council hair

No Username
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4 months ago

guy on the right looks like aiden gallagher (five from the umbrella academy)

Sharon Vaughn
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4 months ago

Guy on the left looks like Peter Tork of the Monkees.

Donkey boi
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4 months ago

Love the mutton chops!

R. Lynx
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3 months ago

Late 1960's

Joyce Deering
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4 months ago

Guessing their mothers gave them a lot of s**t about "hair always in their eyes".

ren bandong
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4 months ago

Love the chops

Daniel Callaway
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4 months ago

This Normal to me!!!

Konpat
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4 months ago

Way to distract from a pretty face

Yoga Kitty
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4 months ago

I like the cut on the right, suits him very well in my opinion!

Erin S
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4 months ago

I love this 60s hairstyle!

Ben Stubbs
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4 months ago

Ryan Gosling?

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Julia Atkinson
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4 months ago

Another tragic victim of the Great Pomade Shortage of 1903

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Daphne
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4 months ago

Looks good

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Boopie Dew
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4 months ago

Looks like a drunk bet occurred!

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Kaisa Koo
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4 months ago

That's the missing "o" from hair-letter guys!

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Robert T
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4 months ago

The "There's Something About Mary". PMSL.

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Lola
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4 months ago

I still see this around.

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Boopie Dew
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4 months ago

Thats some thick hair. I like it!

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Aria Whitaker
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4 months ago

That hair could be straight out of 2018, to be honest...

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Annie Banannie
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4 months ago

Why am I laughing so hard about the saw and the cake?

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Boopie Dew
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4 months ago

Idk this was ever a style. Never seen it. Obviously there's a few pics with this cut.

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Agnes Jekyll
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4 months ago

His head got too close to a balloon.

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Hisseefit
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4 months ago

You know his mom said "get a haircut" with his reply "well, Jesus had long hair!"

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Agnes Jekyll
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4 months ago

Don't let the glasses fool you. He's going to tie your daughter to some train tracks.

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Requiem
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4 months ago

Escobar

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Allmeow-err
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4 months ago

I remember kids getting their hair like this...in funny shapes too. Ahh the late 80s- 90s

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