80s black hairstyles

80s black hairstylesReviewed by michael ellison.This Is Article About80s black hairstyles80s Black Hairstyles 80s Black Hairstyles 80s Black Hairstyles facebook dialogPinterestThe Permed Fe-MulletThe origin of the '80s fe-mullet just might have been Prince, who rocked his own version of this cascade of curls in the era of Purple Rain. Unfortunately, the look didn't really translate well to women, as is evident in this unfortunate photo […]
Posted by:
Date: 
Cat: Hair Style
View: 67 Views
80s black hairstyles 1

80s Black Hairstyles


80s Black Hairstyles




80s Black Hairstyles

facebook dialogPinterestThe Permed Fe-MulletThe origin of the '80s fe-mullet just might have been Prince, who rocked his own version of this cascade of curls in the era of Purple Rain. Unfortunately, the look didn't really translate well to women, as is evident in this unfortunate photo of Blair from The Facts of Life.facebook dialogPinterestPut a Bow on ItOK, younger '80s kids. Behold your probable hair hero: Lisa Turtle on Saved by the Bell. She knew how to tease it, tie it back, and top it all off with a cute bow for a playful, junior-high take on Cyndi Lauper outrageousness.
80s black hairstyles 1

80s Black Hairstyles

The 1980s might get a bad rap when it comes to hair, but there are plenty of ways to channel the decade of neon eyeshadow, original Nintendo and acid wash without looking like something out of The Wedding Singer. (Heck, even skorts are having a renaissance!) Here are 17 of our favorite modern takes on ’80s hairstyles — no Aqua Net required.
80s black hairstyles 2

80s Black Hairstyles

Bangs were a major staple in the ’80s and ’90s. But we are more than happy to leave behind these teased and feathered-to-the-heavens bangs. School Daze gives us tons of hairstyles to be nostalgic over, and a commentary on colorism and intracultural discrimination that is still super relevant. Oh, and this middle-part slickdown that Giancarlo Esposito (pictured, left) sports is a bonus on this list—let’s leave that behind, too.
80s black hairstyles 3

80s Black Hairstyles

This ’80s cut is called the Shag—it is part fade, part Afro—also known as “the black man’s mullet.” Nine-to-five in the front, house party (complete with dance battle) in the back. Theo and Cockroach had one, most of New Edition had them, and Kanye rocked this throwback cut for a while during his 808s & Heartbreak days. The black mullet has been a style through the decades, but we are fine seeing this one fade back into the hairstyle archives.
80s black hairstyles 4

80s Black Hairstyles

What are you waiting for? Go and run into your nearest hairdresser and get the best haircut you desire. We hope you loved these selected black men haircuts. If you want to see more hairstyles, check out Hairstyle Evolution: The 40 Best Men’s Hairstyles in 40 Years. Don’t forget to share the hairstyle you loved on Facebook, Google+, Twitter, and Pinterest.
80s black hairstyles 5

80s Black Hairstyles

Put a Bow on ItOK, younger '80s kids. Behold your probable hair hero: Lisa Turtle on Saved by the Bell. She knew how to tease it, tie it back, and top it all off with a cute bow for a playful, junior-high take on Cyndi Lauper outrageousness.
80s black hairstyles 6

facebook dialogPinterestThe FlashdanceThose gorgeously fluffy curls. The headband. The off-the-shoulder sweatshirt. (OK, that has nothing to do with hair, but it really worked.) Who didn't want to be Jennifer Beals in the '80s? For Beals, the look came naturally. For the rest of us, there were perms and body waves.facebook dialogPinterestCurly CutenessWhitney! We spent hours singing “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” into our hairbrushes in the bathroom, trying to emulate her epic spirals. With bangs and loads of length, Whitney proved that girlish cuteness could still be cool. And she was just another star who got us majorly addicted to perms, Clairol Benders, and gel.#Keywordshair ideashairstyles80s hairPinterest
80s black hairstyles 7

The FlashdanceThose gorgeously fluffy curls. The headband. The off-the-shoulder sweatshirt. (OK, that has nothing to do with hair, but it really worked.) Who didn't want to be Jennifer Beals in the '80s? For Beals, the look came naturally. For the rest of us, there were perms and body waves.
80s black hairstyles 8

6. Crimping: Crimping irons flew off shelves in the ’80s and had a resurgence in the late ’90s (thanks, Britney). Go a subtler route, a la Naya Rivera, by using a flat iron to crimp your locks. (Photo via Michael Tran/Getty)
80s black hairstyles 9

8. Shaved Patterns: Dudes owned this trend in the ’80s, but now ladies are rocking the geometric patterns. Have your stylist get creative with the razor on the side of your head, or at the nape of your neck. (via StayGlam)
80s black hairstyles 10

T3 blow-dryers are to the 2010s what Conair hot rollers were to the '80s. The trick was to use big rollers all over your head, to roll back everywhere except the base layers (which got rolled under), and then after everything had cooled down, to tease it all out to cotton-candy airiness and lock it all down with hair spray. This was the preferred style of socialites and sorority girls.
80s black hairstyles 11

The origin of the '80s fe-mullet just might have been Prince, who rocked his own version of this cascade of curls in the era of Purple Rain. Unfortunately, the look didn't really translate well to women, as is evident in this unfortunate photo of Blair from The Facts of Life.
80s black hairstyles 12

OK, younger '80s kids. Behold your probable hair hero: Lisa Turtle on Saved by the Bell. She knew how to tease it, tie it back, and top it all off with a cute bow for a playful, junior-high take on Cyndi Lauper outrageousness.
80s black hairstyles 13

Those gorgeously fluffy curls. The headband. The off-the-shoulder sweatshirt. (OK, that has nothing to do with hair, but it really worked.) Who didn't want to be Jennifer Beals in the '80s? For Beals, the look came naturally. For the rest of us, there were perms and body waves.
80s black hairstyles 14

Gumby was a weird claymation humanoid character that was on television starting in the 1950s. Who decided that this no-clothes-wearing, fictitious, inanimate object should become a style inspiration is beyond us. But everyone was sporting the Gumby in the late ’80s and ’90s—extra fly points if you had those cuts in the side. 
80s black hairstyles 15

facebook dialogPinterestThe Madonna Wrap-UpMadonna gave so much good hair in the '80s, but our favorite was her slightly punk teased chignon finished off with a thick piece of fabric tied into a loose bow. Those “Lucky Star”/”Borderline” days delivered all the sexy texture we craved as teenagers with a new badass way to wear the bows we still had around from childhood.facebook dialogPinterestFeathered Like FarrahParted down the middle with your bangs and short side layers curled back and frozen in place with hair spray, Farrah Fawcett made this look iconic. Then Jenilee Harrison of Three's Company adopted it, and everyone from your best friend to your third-grade English teacher was wearing it.
80s black hairstyles 16

Hot-Rollered to New Heights (And Widths)T3 blow-dryers are to the 2010s what Conair hot rollers were to the '80s. The trick was to use big rollers all over your head, to roll back everywhere except the base layers (which got rolled under), and then after everything had cooled down, to tease it all out to cotton-candy airiness and lock it all down with hair spray. This was the preferred style of socialites and sorority girls.
80s black hairstyles 17

The Permed Fe-MulletThe origin of the '80s fe-mullet just might have been Prince, who rocked his own version of this cascade of curls in the era of Purple Rain. Unfortunately, the look didn't really translate well to women, as is evident in this unfortunate photo of Blair from The Facts of Life.
80s black hairstyles 18

This list of classic ’90s hairstyles, many of them inspired by the hottest celebrities of the decade, is proof that some things are best left in the past. But mostly, it's clear that what's old often becomes new again. From Brandy's braids to Missy's waves, reminisce on these “hype” and “sophisticated” looks that you remember dog-earing in your favorite black hair magazines.
80s black hairstyles 19

Call it the Halle Berry or the Toni Braxton or the Nia Long, but the short haircut was one of the most popular hairstyles of the '90s. From Halle's slightly longer do in 1992's Boomerang to Nia's ultra-short style in 1995's Friday, this look required quite the touch-up to remain in top-notch shape.
80s black hairstyles 20

This is a blanket term for any hairstyle that was actually a hodgepodge mix of three or more hairstyles. It usually involved some part that was up, some part down and hair accessories were definitely included, and at least one finger wave. Mixed with French rolls, Bantu knots and front twists, these styles were peak fashion in the ’90s. Lamar in Barbershop summed it up with his free 99 haircut request: “Little off the top, long in back, slope to the left like Gumby. Munster front, Wyclef right.” Why have one hairdo when you can have them all?
80s black hairstyles 21

If you don't immediately remember this hairstyle as the “mushroom,” just call it the black girl hair hat: a short, almost-bowl-cut-style hairdo, where the bangs are long and the back hangs at about the same length. Robin Harris' love interest in Bebe's Kids, Jamika, rocked it. Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins wore a rendition of the hairstyle in the 1994 video “Creep,” with a few longer strands on both sides of her face. Harriet Winslow rocked her own version, too, as a sort of black woman's mullet situation, with short layers up top and a long back that's bumped under.

Subscribe

Thanks for download our wallpaper for update please subscriber our newslatter below.

No Responses

Leave a Reply