Molly Ringwald’s curly bob and pouty lips made her an “It Girl” sensation.
Though her hair color and curls are au naturel, girls all over tried to emulate her look.
Wrapped Up- 1985
The original Queen of Pop, Madonna's hair helped define the '80s — including this teased 'do wrapped up by a headscarf.
Because like Madonna, girls just want to have fun!
Crimped – 1986
Crimping was a unique style that came out of the 80s. Chart-topping pop singer Taylor Dayne mixed crimps and curls when she sang, “Tell it to My Heart.”
Maybe you still have your old crimping iron and those Taylor Dayne 45s?
Feathered Bangs – 1988
Sarah Jessica Parker wasn’t the only celeb to go big with teased and feathered bangs.
To get a full head of curls, women would perm their hair.
Gelled Curls – 1989
Enter hair gel. In the days of Depp, hairstyles all over were slicked-down and sleeked-up.
Julia Roberts is showing off her “wet-look,” as we called it in the 80s, with long but casual ringlets.