With the hype and excitement of next month's World Cup Finals rapidly descending upon us, we will no doubt be in for a treat when a handful of players on the biggest stage of them all opt to unleash their fashionable hair styles upon us.
With Colombia's Carlos Valderama, Nigeria's Taribo West, West Germany duo Paul Breitner and Rudi Voller and indeed the whole of Romania's 1998 squad now well and truly in the past, we will take a look at a few who will put their wigs on display at this summer's showpiece.
Mexico's number one will be out to impress the watching scouts in his side's games against South Africa, France and Uruguay, but it will be his flowing mop and headband that will be cause a stir.
Currently plying his trade with America in his homeland, Ochoa, and his hair, will be seeking a big-money move to Europe for next season.
Arsenal and France full-back Bacary Sagna should be a first-choice selection in Raymond Domenech's team and so he should be with braids of hair reminiscent of pipe cleaners.
Similar to those of former Nigeria star West, Sagna pulls it off, to an extent.
The Uruguayan defender, who has been on-loan at Juventus for much of the season from Barcelona, sports a lovely flowing mane.
Imposing and commanding, Caceres would probably be better off trimming a few inches off the top before his side take to the field.
Like Caceres, Argentina and Bayern Munich man Demichelis boasts a proud set of locks and, along with the recent protective face mask he has been wearing, he will look one mean customer next month.
Cameroon man N'Koulou stands at approximately six feet tall but with his vast hair mass you can add a good four-inches onto his height.
Spain, who are the sportsbook favourites to win the World Cup this summer, have one of the finest defenders in the game in Puyol.
But he 'styles' his hair as though he has jumped straight from the shower and decided to brush it with a hedge. Lovely.