Hairstyle trends are always changing. Some people look back on popular hairstyles from the past with nostalgia, but many old-school hair looks are just downright embarrassing.
You may remember the most popular hairstyle the year you graduated high school, but do you know what hairstyles were popular when you were born? You might be surprised to know which 'dos your mom rocked and which are popular once again.
1975: Over-The-Top Curls
1976: Dorothy Hamill's WedgeVideo: YouTube
1977: Shaggy And Platinum Blonde
Blondie first hit it big in '77, and all eyes were on Debbie Harry and her bleach-blonde locks. The white-gold color contrasted with the shaggy cut to create a truly iconic image. Millions of women followed Harry's cue.
1978: The Farrah
Farrah Fawcett was an instant superstar when Charlie's Angels hit the small screen in the late '70s, and a lot of the attention focused on her famous windblown waves. Women all over the United States couldn't wait to flip their bangs and take on her classic style. The look involved blowing one's hair out into long, feathered waves.
"It changed the way women wore their hair because it was a new soft hairstyle and worked on everyone in some shape or form," says celebrity stylist Ted Gibson.