The 90s Hairstyle Trends for Men That Are Making a Comeback

Trends come and go, and it’s not until decades have passed that we take them out of the closet, dust them off, and make them fashionable again. Our hair is an expression of our identity, affiliation, boldness, and adventurous nature. If you’ve been looking to make a change in how you wear your hair or just want to take a walk down memory lane, this blog is for you!

#1 The “Young Leo” — The Front Curtained Hairstyle

Remember that iconic haircut that many still call the “Young Leo” (named after A-list actor Leonardo DiCaprio)? Possibly the best appeal of this hairstyle comes from the fact it can be worn by dudes with long and short hair alike. David Beckham and Brad Pitt have also donned this hairstyle in the 90s.

#2  The Chick Blonde Top Highlight

Who can forget the frosted tips of the classic Backstreet Boys and all those MTV shows? The 90s were a lot about color, and while the tips aren’t exactly making a comeback, the blonde top highlight sure is!

#3 The “Slick Back” Heart Throb

If you grew up during the 90s, chances are most of your favorite celebrities had this hairstyle at some point. It was all the rage back in the day, and it is surely coming back to grace the heads of the newcomers. Why? Just look at it! A slicked back look with just a few strands in the front — charming, yet hot, yet casual. What more do you need? 

#4 The Flat Top

If you’ve ever seen The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, the flat top will surely ring a bell. A signature hairdo for many men during the 90s, we’re seeing this statement hairstyle more and more often lately, it’s amazing!

#5 Cornrow Braids

After two decades of appearing here and there, the cornrow hairstyle is officially back. What started as a trend limited to the hip-hop and rap communities is now a widespread fashion.