Table of contents:
- Trimmed crown
- Wet hair
- False tails
- Curled bangs
- Shaved whiskey
- Dyeing with feathers
- Petty imp
- Hair accessories
Merciless fashion dictates its own rules to us. Sometimes, looking at jeans only five years ago, you think: how could I buy them? It's the same with hairstyles. Although here, perhaps, there are even more reasons to be surprised.
We invite you to remember your favorite and craziest hairstyles of the past.
A short-cut crown and long strands were one of the main trends in hairstyles of the 90s. In the barbershop this haircut was proudly called "Aurora". And at that time it seemed to us incredibly creative. But believe me, it's not creative, it's ridiculous. And almost nobody goes. Well, maybe only Joanna Stingray - the rock diva of those same years.
The trend for wet hair was clearly invented by a girl who was too lazy to wash her hair. Or she was always late and ran out of the house with a wet head. Some especially intricate young ladies created the effect of wet hair using a gel. This trend has the right to exist, but only in one case: if you went out for a walk along the promenade after a lazy day at the beach.
First, it is almost always clear that this tail is not yours. It looks unnatural and most often differs in color from your "native" hair. So if you still have this weird accessory, get rid of it immediately - or go for a more natural ponytail.
In school, it was called "putting on a bang." The bangs were cut off thick, long, so that a good pile could be made. The set bangs were abundantly watered with the strongest fixation varnish so that nothing would destroy this hellish structure.
Hello 2000s! Guys cut chessboards, spiders and other vermin on their hair. The girls do not lag behind and also shave their whiskey, and the most daring ones also "decorate" themselves with bows, cats and other girlish nonsense. Wondering what happens when the shaved parts start growing back? Although no, you'd better not know that.
Thinning was an obligatory bonus for any haircut fashionable in the 90s. With special "thinning" scissors, the master literally tore your hair out. And it doesn't matter that part of the hair after this procedure looks plaintive, there is no volume, and your general appearance is like that of a plucked sparrow. You can't go against trends.
Dyeing with feathers
If in the 90s you were at least 15, then you probably did "feathers". It doesn't matter if you are blonde or brunette, "feathers" are our everything. A roll of foil, a few dyes, and voila, you have strands of all the colors of the rainbow. And then it started to grow back. But that is another story.
There should be a lot of volume. So many! Crazy bouffant - what could be cooler and sexier, the girls thought, and spent hours combing their hair from the roots to create the effect of a "lion's mane". Then all this splendor was laid from the forehead to the back of the head and abundantly watered with hairspray. How did they comb it afterwards? Mystery…
80s - the heyday of fine chemicals and "corrugation" curling. Tongs that look like a soldering iron are available for every fashionista. Temperature regulator? Ceramic coating? No, you haven't. Those unfortunate people who couldn't afford chemistry in a hairdresser had to go for tricks. The half-dried hair was divided into strands and a whole bunch of little braids tied. So we went to bed. And in the morning we got up an hour earlier to unravel and lay it all.
The tail is on top of the head and a million small rubber bands to make the tail seem taller and hold on tight. The most fashionable over the elastic bands tied wide satin ribbons and tied beautiful bows. The head ached terribly after such a tail.
Flowers, fruits, beads in your hair are a dubious way to attract attention. Unless if you're going to a costume party … No, it's better to just throw out all those plastic accessories.