America's 8 Ugliest Cities
If you live in one of these metropolitan areas, your hair care and skin care products have to work overtime
No. 5: Cleveland, OhioPoor Cleveland. All the good-looking natives seem to leave in search of greener pastures. We can see why: poor health (they're fourth in the least healthy category), fatty (yet delicious) food, bad air quality (they're the 10th most polluted and seventh worst for your skin city in the U.S.) and super-high stress levels make for a not-so-pretty, sleepless existence (Sperling's Best Places ranked Cleveland second worst for sleep). But the land of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, which also happens to be an hour from not-so-pretty Marilyn Manson's hometown, isn't Ohio's only sore spot; Cincinnati trails not too far behind with many of the same qualities, and second-worst in American hair to boot!
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