Here Are 13 Fly AF Hairstyles You Used To Pick Up All The Ladies With

From middle school to high school, we’ve all been guilty of following popular fashion trends, specifically those that have to do with hair. But while hairstyle trends come and go, photographs are forever, and we have all the receipts.

Check these photos out and see if any of these bring back memories…

The magnificent mullet was the most popular hairstyle between the 1970’s through the 1990’s. 

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Only certain people could pull off this look.

But if you weren’t rocking the mullet, then you were looking fresh with your 5-inch length ‘fro.

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Volume level 1000.

Popular amongst all of your dad’s compadres, was the slick-back hairdo.

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The key to this haircut was the length. If the length was too short, your hair would stick up instead of brushing back smoothly.

But you couldn’t complete the perfect slick-back look without this bad boy:

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My dad had 9 of these all over the house.

And, of course, how could we ever forget the mushroom cut?

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Every kid I knew had this haircut growing up.

Wait, there was something more intense than the mushroom cut, remember the bowl cut?

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Even though you hated it, your mom thought this was the cutest haircut in the world. “¡Mira a mijo, se ve tan curiosito!”

Over time, haircuts became more artistic, which led to the trend of razor designs.

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Too much swag.

But if you couldn’t handle the swag of these hair designs, then you’d keep it minimal with only two lines on your eyebrow.

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Shout out to Tupac for helping to inspire this look.

Even more artistic was this shaved head/bangs in the front combo:

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Who said guys can’t have bangs too?

Hair gel became increasingly important once the mohawk became a trend.

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All it took was some Moco de Gorilla, Three Flowers, or Eco Styler hair gel from the 99¢ store.

But if it wasn’t the mohawk, it was the fo-hawk. 

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Everyone at my school had this cut at one point.

Also popular in the hair gel era was spikey hair.

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#CertifiedSwag

But once hair gel became overrated, it was all about the long and messy skater-boy hair.

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If a guy had this haircut, chances were he had 12 Neff beanies in his closet and liked listening to Fall Out Boy and Linkin Park. 

Last but not least, is the marvelous man bun.

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This is what led to guys stealing their girls’ hair ties.

Whether you have long hair or short hair, the internet created a way for anyone to pull the man bun off.

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Yours today for only $9.99. Get em’ while you can folks.


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