90s Mens Haircut – Bringing back the 90s with style
The 90s was filled with many influential styles that looked amazing and also helped to fuel some of the current trends we’re seeing in 2022. It was a great decade for fashion, music, movies, and pop culture. Like any decade, the 90s gained influence from earlier years – the 70s. We saw a fashion movement now known as “90s does 70s”. This also included hairstyles such as the shag or fringe haircuts. Do layers ever go out of style? The 90s had something intriguing for everyone, so if you’re ready for a blast from the past, here’s a list of the top 5 most iconic 90’s Mens Haircut from the 90s to bring back into your personal look!
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An incredibly popular look in the 90s that is still very relevant in 2022. This look features a blunt, short trim across the forehead with even shorter sides and back. The cool thing about trends across the decade is that you can take a popular look and modify it to be more on trend with modern times. We’re seeing this look utilized by people with thick curly hair because the volume pairs nicely with this haircut.
We saw Brad Pitt and Justin Timberlake rock blonde highlights, it was very iconic. However, if you want to go with a more modern look, don’t make the highlights as drastic. Getting warmer tones added into your hair is the best way to have your hair look blended and somewhat natural. Your barber will be able to help you find the right tones to match your face and skin color.
Curtain 90s Mens Haircut
Probably the most popular 90s mens haircut was the curtain hairstyle. Its laid back and loose feel was all the hype. To achieve this look, it’s best to have medium length hair paired with a middle part. For an elevated look, use a light hair gel to slick the hair back or to give your hair a wet look.
The Bowl Cut
For most people, hearing “bowl cut” can make them cringe. However, in the 90s it was done tastefully. Giving a hint of youthfulness and edginess, this look was worn by many celebrities such as Leonardo Dicaprio and Johnny Depp. Adding in light layers will help to keep you from looking like your mother cut your hair around a salad bowl on your head.
The 90s mullet is another haircut that has a tendency to make people cringe. Let’s be real, we’ve seen few people actually rocking a mullet, but those who can look great. Coined as ‘business in the front, party in the back’ this look consists of longer hair in the back and shorter in the front. A light pomade will help keep the hair in place all day.
For some, the 90s many feel like a time they never want to revisit. But for those who enjoyed the iconic trends and culture of the time, this is your sign to hop on the growing 90s trend by choosing a 90s mens haircut!
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