But I think Jim Parsons as Sheldon going crazy because he needs a haircut is going to win.
Meet the tiny tot who, armed with a juice box and the "it" haircut, is proving that kids can be stylish, too.
And he now sports a new, distinctive look—or more specifically, haircut.
Whenever you buy a haircut or a pair of jeans or a flat-screen television, you're paying for the welfare state.
“Jennifer texted me that she needed a haircut and told me to bring a chainsaw,” he wrote.
Somebody almost up to professional standards had given him a haircut; the beard was gone, too.
"Thought I gave you a haircut less than a week ago," George greeted him.
Do you recall Lee Oswald ever obtaining a haircut over any weekend while he was at your home?
After the serious business of the haircut, a barber must have some relaxation.
He needed a haircut: he'd have to get one tomorrow, before the hair grew down over his ears.
The Romans began to cut the hair about A.U.C. 454, when Ticinius Maenas introduced Barbers from Sicily. Then they began to cut, curl, and perfume it. The glass was consulted as now upon rising from the barber's chair. [Rev. Thomas Dudley Fosbroke, "Encyclopædia of Antiquities," London, 1825]Related: Haircutter; haircutting.