New haircuts styles From the early 1970s until it was supplanted by the quiff in the mid-1980s the wings hairstyle was common among teenagers and young men, while those with curly hair wore afros. By the 1990s, however, hair was buzzed short, remaining so for teenagers until the mid-2000s when the wings haircut, together with 1960s inspired vintage clothing, made a comeback among fans of indie pop. Scene kids imitated the look, dyeing their hair with bright-colored streaks and growing the back longer. Emos incorporated a fringe or bangs and dyed their hair black while preppies copied the neater, more styled version worn by pop singers such as Justin Bieber or Harry Styles from One Direction.
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