Crimped hair was very, very popular. It was stylish and different than the somewhat simple hairstyles in the 1960s and 1970s. This hairstyle was popular for teens because while they wanted to look and act and be treated like adults, they wanted to look like YOUNG adults and crimping their hair brought their age back to reality.
Alyssa Milano ; i wanna do my hair like this! :D <3 its gorgeousss! and well obviously Alyssa Milano aka Sam is too!
Urban Decay electric palette amazing colors by @magnifiedbeauty on Instagram
Crimped to the Max We often wonder whether the inventor of the crimper—a clamp-down device that gave you the dried-out texture of a crinkle-cut French fry—was just fucking with us all. Like, to see if we'd actually buy into looking like we'd stuck our fingers into a socket. And yes, we (and Demi) did.
Love this natural blonde color from the 80's. Also, the styling then was softer and more natural, not like the manufactured waves and curls nowadays.