There’s always a bit of culture-overlap, from decade to decade, and when it comes to the styles most copied, hair ranks right at the top. While many of the hair styles for which the 90s are known actually got their start sometime during the 80s (and even lasted into the next century, but the telling aspect is the fact that they were more prevalently chosen in both homes and salons of more 90s girls and women, boys and men than at any other time. In reminiscing that wildly-free decade, hair stylings of the period are among the very first identifying elements to define the culture forever. Everyone should remember these forms of most fashionably-arranged tresses of the 90s–laughter, optional:
No, you’re correct–there was no particular hair style named after the 90s generation Hollywood heartbreaker, however Ms. Barrymore successfully managed to represent several of the decade’s most popular dos, during those 10 years. DB not only had the iconic bob, but she introduced her unique version of the flipped bob, as well. She gave us the edgy bob, the curly bob and the layered bob. Among other memorable DB locks looks were the “tousled” side ponytail, the “just awakened” big hair pushed all to one side, several crimped styles and short bangs. Her color choices ranged from full blonde to brunette.
Feathered Bangs, and Felicity Curls
All-Over Crimped Hair
Now, before you simply toss out any concept of crimping for today’s modern looks along with the crimper you had in the 90s, know that a form of crimping is back. This being said, the all-over, every single hair crimped look that contributed to many of the 90s’ best “big hair” looks is gone, and never expected to return. There are new, precisely-rendered versions of crimping where only certain portions of the hair are heat-crimped, for subtle nuance in unique hair design.
Multiple Butterfly Clips or Tons of Mini-Buns
They’re just over, what more can be said?
The only possible people who might be mourning the now defunct Mullet are the few remaining ones who are still sporting them. The “Business in the front, party in the back” look will always laughable.
Mostly a wannabe ponytail with different themes–permed, braided, gathered or loose. Some rattails were grown naturally, and others were purchased and glued in place. Some rattails were substantial enough to be mistaken for mullets, and vice versa.