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80s hairstyles men.

80s hairstyles men.

80s hairstyles men

vivian falcone

What a glorious era it was when all man had to do was comb their hair in a slick style, walk into a public urinal, and women would be all over them. There were no such things as barbers or barber shops. You just went before the mirror and did what seemed natural to you. What a time.

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The 80s was a decade that contributed a great deal to popular culture. Changes in music, clothing styles, and even hairstyles have survived through to today. Some popular 80s hairstyles for men have lost favor for a time, but are seeing a resurgence today. Let’s take a look at some of the most popular 80s hairstyles for men.

Cut

Another popular style from the 80s that is beginning to come back into favor is the mullet. In order to wear one, a person simply has his hair cut short in front and on the sides while allowing the back to grow long. Many men, even professionals, wore this style in the eighties. One of the most famous examples is probably country singer, Billy Ray Cyrus.

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))Another popular style from the 80s that is beginning to come back into favor is the mullet. In order to wear one, a person simply has his hair cut short in front and on the sides while allowing the back to grow long. Many men, even professionals, wore this style in the eighties. One of the most famous examples is probably country singer, Billy RHair bands were responsible for many famous ’80s hairstyles for men. Think about Poison, Ratt, and Van Halen—and don’t argue with me, either, because David Lee Roth loved styling his hair and wearing lip gloss. Fortunately, the modern interpretation of glam hair is a bit subtler and more subdued. Long, textured hair is the way to go—leave the teasing comb and hairspray at hom

 

 

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