1. The Mullet
In the 90s, mullets became a widespread fashion trend. Popular among heavy metal fans and truck drivers alike, this look expressed rebellion. It could also be worn with beards for added effect.
2. Frosted Tips
Frosted tips, a 90s hairstyle that has made a comeback, can be achieved by using gel to form spikes at the back and top of your head using pin curling irons or pins.
3. Heartthrob Mullet
The heartthrob mullet, famous in the 90s, features short back- and front-side layers with long blonde locks in the middle. It can be straightened or enhanced using gel to add texture.
4. Spiky Mohawk
The spiky mohawk, popular among metal and punk fans, required plenty of product to achieve its prominent look.
5. Slick Back Hair
Slick-back hair was a dainty style popular during the 80s and early 90s. It complemented pastel tops and scoop-necked tees beautifully. Pomade or wax can help achieve this style.
6. Curtain Haircut
The curtain haircut frames your face with bangs and was sported by celebrities like Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt.
7. Flipped End Style
The flipped-end style was beloved among grunge fans in the 90s. It can be easily maintained using products like hair clay and pomade.
8. Cornrow Braids
Cornrow braids were popular in the 90s and still look fantastic today. They allow men to show off their creativity and require just a bit of hair gel to maintain.
9. Caesar Haircut
The Caesar haircut features short sides and back with longer hair on top for a clean-cut look. It can be slicked back or styled with solid pomade.
10. Grunge Hair
Grunge hair involved bleaching locks for a frosted appearance and was popular among skaters. It adds an edge to any outfit and works well on short or shoulder-length hair.
11. Space Buns and Bantu Knots
Space buns and Bantu knots were popular 90s trends that could be worn in various ways for special events or celebrations.