The alternative to Farrah’s famous bat wings? Smooth, sleek and tightly turned under.
The not-so-sexy precursor to bedhead was frizz. All you needed was a brush, a bad perm and humidity.
The Three’s Company star’s lopsided ponytail tops the all-time ditzy dos list. Oh, Chrissy…
While creating the asymmetrical coif, were stylists taking creative license—or cutting without one?
Madonna did the big bow first, but Whitney glammed it up by adding Lurex to the look.
Where do you go after the perm? Downtown, for a hard-edged, punk-inspired, tough-girl cut.
After the arrival of canned aerosol mousse, it seemed all things were possible.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s got the biggest hair of all?
With a crimping iron, a little time and some imagination, a girl could do a lot of damage.
Even a style icon has bad hair days. But at the time, this pinned and textured creation was hot.