The best word to use when describing hair styles in the 80’s is “big”. Hairstyles stood out more than anything else. Before seeing the clothes an individual was dressed up in, the hair would be noticed first. That was the time when people were uncontrollable in fashion. This was when they used to try out new things in search of uniqueness. People tested and did all kinds of stuff to be unique and their hair was not an exception. This was a period of curling iron, hair dyes, hair band, and teasing comb. Listed below are some of the most popular 80′s men hairstyles:
Rocker style Mohawk - The hair on the sides is cut short while the long hair in the middle is showered with hair gels and sprays to allow it to stand tall. Those spiky strips can either be dyed or allowed to have the natural hair color.
Mullet hairstyle - This hairdo is long at the back and short at the front and sides. The top can be spiky and the back long enough to reach the neckline. To get this hairdo, men cut their hair short on the top and sides and allow the hair to be longer in the back.
Hair-Band hairstyles - These are curled, bulky and long hairdos. They were very common among the men with the frizzy hair, since all they had to do was to use the gel to comb the curls together and use the dryer to get the bulky look.
Business men hairstyles - The hair on the sides is neat and combed back using a plenty of gel or cream with some volume on the top. These hairdos were worn by the politician and the business white men in the 80s.
80′s Men Hairstyles Photos
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