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Jim McMahon vying for most iconic NFL hairstyle in Head & Shoulders promotion

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Head & Shoulders shampoo wants to know whether you like former Chicago Bears quarter Jim McMahon's so-called "pretty-boy" hair style. McMahon's hairdo is going up against the curly locks of Mike Golic, former defensive tackle for several NFL teams, including the Miami Dolphins and the Houston Oilers. McMahon and Golic are pitted against each other in this week's round of a new contest to determine the most iconic NFL hairstyle of all time.

Visitors to the website can cast their vote for which of the two hairstyles they favor. Altogether, eight former NFL players are part of the competition. The winner in each of the next three weeks will advance. In October, the last former NFL player hairdo left standing will match up against the mane of Pittsburgh Steelers player and Head & Shoulders spokesman Troy Polamalu to determine which player has the most iconic NFL hair style.

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