25 ugly hairstyles from the 90sBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/25-ugly-hairstyles-from-the-90s
In the 1990s, the Internet was just beginning, and mobile phones were rare and cost a fortune. There was no culture of selfies and social networks, where there are always those who want to criticize you from the heart for a stupid haircut. Perhaps that's why the hairstyles that were fashionable in the 1990s were completely wild!
Bangs with a twist
With this hairstyle, Alicia Silverstone appeared in the movie "Stupid". The film did not go well with the public, but the twist on the bangs of the girls of the 1990s was carefully copied for a long time, harassing tons of varnish.
Rachel's hairstyle from the TV series "Friends" instantly became fashionable. The girls did not immediately realize that she makes any beauty look like a head teacher.
Sarah Jessica Parker – more precisely, her character from "Sex and the City" - breathed new life into a permanent perm, aka "chemistry". Without Hollywood stylists, however, she usually gave the fashionista a portrait resemblance to a sheep.
The 1990s‑style ponytail was called "the pasta factory explosion"by cynical boys.
My sweet one
The boy band era allowed young men to curl their curls and gel them without compromising their masculine reputation. But it looked, frankly, still nauseating.
A ton of gel on the head without curls – a fashion introduced by the boy band N'Sync. It looks like the owner of a fashionable hairstyle has been forgetting to wash his hair for a year.
The secret knowledge of how to make a zigzag parting was passed on by the girls to each other in whispers in their ears. The details were lost in the retelling – as a result, the carefully executed hairstyle looked as if its owner was trying to parting with a hangover.
Bright feathers-it was bold and sharp, however, often there was a feeling that the head was smeared in oil paint.
This topic concerned only the lucky owners of African curls. It's hard to believe that this hairstyle was once popularized by Will Smith himself.
Under the pot
Once this hairstyle came up with the proud name "sesson". But our grandmothers were right: there is no better name for her than" pot"!
The boy grew up and decided to make a certain masculine variety in the "pot", under which his mother cut his hair all his life. Horror. It's just awful.
The curled and artistically arranged strands on the head are convenient because with such a hairstyle, the hair does not climb into the face. And yet they give the girl an elusive resemblance to the Gorgon Medusa.
Ruffled hair was brought to the people by Britney Spears as a teenager. Not her best idea! Five minutes after the iron, the girls ' hair looked like it hadn't been combed in a month.
Here the gel is used moderately, so, thank God, the impression of greasiness on the head is absent. Well, they put the guy's head in the freezer for a day – big deal! Who doesn't?
Clips - " butterflies»
Convenient things that, however, moved its owner straight to kindergarten.
A la Mel Gibson
To Mel Gibson, his unruly curls spilled over his shoulders gave him the image of a rebel. Among his unsuccessful followers, they usually only betrayed the habit of not washing their hair for weeks.
Desperate attempts to portray Mel Gibson made the guys with the thin, straight hair look like either Chewbacca or a Werther robot.
Hello, "Spice Girls"! You gave hope to girls with thin hair – and then it was taken away, because on thin and thin hair perm, alas, looked quite different from in Photoshop.
Men of the 90s have already defended their right to long hair, but they still have no idea what to do with it. Therefore, they often grew them just in case-let them hang, we'll think of something there! It looked, um, appropriate.
Special fashionistas of the 90s tried to copy Samuel Jackson, making themselves a perm. What they proved: men's perm does not have the right to life.
The hairstyle is the successor to the combs of the 1980s, which was kept on the head thanks to the latest achievements of the cosmetics industry, despite all the laws of physics, and gave its happy owner the appearance of a victim of a hurricane.
The author's haircut of the artist of the sensational hit "Ice, Ice Baby" combined almost all the vices of hairstyles of the 90s‑from wild hair to an excess of gel. Nevertheless, Vanilla was imitated with a tenacity worthy of better application.
The haircut became popular thanks to Bart Simpson – and unmistakably gave out something stupid in all its owners.
Young men from 8 to 12 still wear it-apparently, in memory of dad's stormy youth.
Mallet with curls
Imagine Bart Simpson with a perm, and you won't need to explain anything else.