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January Jones' Mullet Represents Hope for the Children

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January Jones, best known for her role on Mad Men, is stupid beautiful—few would argue the contrary. But she lit up Twitter yesterday with an Insta of herself at 9 years old looking like a strange homely child thanks to a bonafide mullet. This is not a rare occurrence: Poor childhood judgement (wouldn't it be HILARIOUS if we just cut all of it off?) combined with parental laziness (What? Conspiracy against you? No, we just didn't want to brush your hair.) resulted in terrible '80s and '90s hair choices for most youngin's. But you'd think an a-list would be exempt from such cruel beginnings.

And bonus family shot:

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