Some decades are largely depicted by the hairstyles of that era. You can look at a picture and just by the hair know what decade you are in.
For example, the fifties had the greaser look. When you see this hairstyle you know you know what decade you're in (or in this case, trying to portray)
The 60's came with beatle mania, and the mop top look.
The seventies introduced the notion of truly bad hair in my opinion, from long hair on guys that took a little to much time styling to look a lot like beauty icons of the era that were women.
Love the burns with the football helmet
You're the wront ethnicity to really pull this off buddy.
I think the 70's offered a challenge to bad hair and the 80's took them up on it. How else could you account for the mullet? Truely the biggest atrocity ever to face mankind, and so many variations of it as well. People, this is not a good haircut!
Business in front, party in the back
You look like a douche. . .
Granted, big hair bands started in the 70's, but they certainly carried through into the 80's
The 90's were pretty calm for the most part. Except they weren't without their blemishes. for one, who can forget the dreaded Rat Tail, the mullet's offspring I'm sure? Highly popular in the early 90's, I had a few cousins who even wore this monstrocity and we called them on it then!
There's also the bowl cut. Granted, tolerable depending on the severity of the cut, this style has survived decades for some reason, it was probably established by one of the three stooges. For some reason, it was popularized in the 90's to a degree my husband even wore it. With a part down the front. Love ya Gus, but please keep it short :)
Which brings me to the current era, which we are just leaving. For the most part, this decade was made up of Faux Hawks. Actually this decade has largely been rather tame and not entirely unpleasing to the eye.
Save for one.