Some people claim that the 80s had the best style, while others are convinced that the 90s were the superior choice. It's hard to know who is the real champion if you are just going by memory, so let's remind you of some of the real standouts for both decades.
Now, to be fair, it's twenty years of fashion, so obviously not every trend will be covered, there are way too many, but we will give you some of the more popular options to help you make your choice! Let's get started.
Who had the better hair?
The 80s would probably be the choice of every hairspray manufacturer
The 90s saw the rise of excessive twists, random jewels, and butterfly clips
Who perfected makeup?
The 80s saw a surge of blue eye shadow and a lot of blush. It was a lot to look at, but I guess at the time it was fun
The 90s had a frosty look that was complete with glittery eye shadow, glossy lips, and really just sparkles anywhere possible
Bonus 90s makeup look - If you wanted a more low-key look in the 90s your options involved mostly simple makeup with really thin eyebrows.
We all remember that one kid on the playground who was slapping around a stick as though it was the most impressive thing in the universe. Sure, it probably required a decent amount of skill, but the Devil Sticks fad died out fairly quickly and we all moved on to the next great craze. But the truth is, Devil Sticks aren't just a 90s thing. They actually started over a century before they became a craze on every playground in the country. The Origin Of Devil SticksIt's hard to know the exact origin of Devil Sticks, mostly because they go
Hands up if you grew up in the 90s! Congratulations, you got to live through the greatest decade ever. It was bright, it was colorful, and we had a lot of fun. Sure, most of us were still in our pre-pubescent years or maybe our early teens, but you know what, we loved it. The one thing that still stands out, was the fashion and the style. There were absolutely a few definitive looks that went along with the 90s, and they all involved some weird tools to make them happen. Whether you wanted to braid your hair, crimp it,