It’s Official: The Bowl Cut Is Somehow Making A Comeback

Somebody ought to check Hell for signs that it’s finally freezing over, because it seems the bowl cut is back in vogue in 2019.

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This is not a drill: one of the worst hairstyles in history would appear to be making a comeback, kickstarted by a surprising new trend among celebs.

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After Stranger Things’ Joe Keery revealed his new pudding bowl ‘do last month, Charlize Theron recently took to Instagram to reveal she too had answered Satan’s call.

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Theron is rocking the cut for a role: the South African actress will return as arch-villainess Cipher in the ninth instalment in the Fast and Furious franchise, this time sporting a hairstyle not unlike that of Gareth in the UK version of The Office.

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Still, Theron’s new look has managed to inspire other social media users to follow suit, with a number of people adopting the serf look.

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Other celebs to have begun wearing the hairy pudding bowl this year include Timothee Chalamet and Celine Dion.

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Speaking of bad hairstyles, and we are, the neo-bowl cut follows in the footsteps of the 2019 mullet trend, a trend which only confirms that we are in the end times now.