Of course, the legendary English musician has to take care of his rockstar looks, right?
Whether he was waving the photographer off or saying hello, The Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger was snapped in the photo above by esteemed British photographer Terry O'Neill apparently during a salon session in 1963. While he certainly had to take care of his rockstar looks, nobody probably told him that he has to be careful with the salon treatments and make-up, though, lest he ends up looking like someone's strict aunt!
Here are some more photos from Mick Jagger’s hairdresser session:
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