Indian Fashion Trends In 80’s & 90’s

All white apparels 

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Bollywood superstar use to wear head-to-toe white clothes which were effortlessly simple. Jitendra was one of the Bollywood stars who use to wear white clothes and appeared in white attire in most of his movies.

Strong Color Palette 

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Most of the Bollywood superstars use to appear in clown look in the movies with strong color palette attire. Govinda was one of them who made multiple shades as his signature style and became the fashion inspiration during these decades.

Bell Bottom Trouser 

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These trousers become wider from the knees downwards.  More-than-the-need flared bell bottom trousers was one of the top fashion trends till late 90’s. The flares trend in fashion was innovated from bell bottom trousers.

Hairstyle

1980s hair styles

Apart from the outfit, the decade was also glorified with different hairstyles. The huge puff inverted in the head was one of the trending haircuts in the 80’s. Saira Bano and Sharmila Tagore pulled it off with the confidence of style but these haircuts will not be welcomed by today’s girl.

Puffed Sleeves

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A sleeve that is cuffed and full in middle and gathered at the shoulder.  This was taken from western fashion and incorporated into Indian ethnic fashion.  Puffy sleeved kurtas and blouse were one of them.

Denim Jackets

1980s dressing styleDenim jackets was the one which was wore in late 90’s and the fashion is still going on. This outfit ranged from totally casual to high fashion outfit.

Dungarees

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Though this outfit will look wired especially for men’s in today’s date but it was a fashion trend in 90’s. Right from male actors like Akshay Kumar, Salman Khan, and Shahrukh Khan to female actress Rani Mukherjee, Kajol all tried Dungarees in their films.

Most of us might have become a part of these Indian fashion trends.  Some of these came back with a bang with some innovations. Hope you became nostalgic with these retro trends.

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6 Hairstyles You can do in just 10 seconds

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1. The Modern Messy Bun: 

This off duty ballerina bun will make you look effortlessly polished.

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Step 1

Pull hair into a high pony and lock down any flyways with an elastic headband laid about an inch from your hairline. “If your hair looks a little greasy, spray TRESemme Fresh Start Volumizing Dry Shampoo right at the roots first,” suggests Peña.

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Step 2

Wrap the length of your pony into a bun, twisting as you go, and secure with an elastic band or bobby pins.

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Step 3

Use a pencil or the end of a tail comb to evenly lift the section of hair between the headband and your bun for volume.

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2.  The Mega-Volume Double Pony

With volume and extra length, you’ll never look at a pony the same way again

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Step 1

Pull the hair above your ears into a half-up half-down pony, leaving the hair beneath your ears loose. “Use a boar bristle brush to sweep hair into the top pony to create smooth lines and no bubbles on the sides,” says Peña.

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Step 2

Pull the remaining hair into a pony right beneath the first one.

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Step 3

Tease the top ponytail using a comb to create fullness. “As a finishing touch, if hair needs polishing, apply a small drop of  TRESemme Smooth & Silky No Frizz Shine Spray; through the length of both ponytails,” says Peña.

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3. The Twist-and-Pin

Give your down ‘do an easy upgrade.

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Step 1

Section out a small one-inch piece of hair from one side and twist it away from your face. “If your hair is on the finer side, tease the section slightly, twist hair and then spray TRESemme Keratin Smooth Frizz-Free Hold Hairspray  to keep the style in place,” explains Peña.

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Step 2

Secure the section with a bobby pin placed at a diagonal. Then place a second pin criss-crossed over the first to create an X-shape. “I like to show the pins—not hide them—so that they’re an accessory,” says Peña

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4.  The Grown Up Half Up-Half-Down

Repurpose last night’s texture with an easy out-of-your-face style

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Step 1

Pull hair into a half-up half-down style, leaving a few face-framing pieces out, and secure with clear or hair-colored elastic. Next, take hold of the bottom part of the pony. “This style is perfect for when you have some wave and movement to the hair”.

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Step 2

With your finger, create a little hole above the elastic and loop the pony through it.

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5. The Reversed French Twist Pony

This hybrid of a low pony and modern chignon looks instantly polished.

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Step 1

Brush hair back into a low pony just above the nape of your neck. “To get more body, split your hair into two and braid two loose pigtails before bed so that the hair isn’t too straight and work in TRESemme Extra-Firm Control Mousse, says Pea.

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Step 2

Twist the ponytail into a chignon, and use your other hand to pin with several bobby pins (place one every half inch)

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6.  The Knotted Low Bun

Show off an unexpected twist with this no-nonsense braided bun.

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Step 1

Pull hair into a low ponytail, then loosely braid the length of hair and secure with a clear elastic

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Step 2

Wrap the braid around the base of the ponytail like you would a bun, tucking in the loose ends of hair with bobby pins. “Lock in the style and keep flyways in place with a soft hold hairspray,” says Peña, who swears by TRESemme Ultra Fine Mist Hairspray.

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5 Completely Bizarre Fashion Trends

Gluing A Uni-brow On Your Head

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In ancient Greece, there was nothing more unattractive than a woman with two clearly separated eyebrows on her head. If a woman wanted to show complexity and beauty, she needed a long, black, caterpillar-like line of hair widening across her brow.

According to early Greeks, unibrows were the sexiest decoration that a woman could attire. Women wiped black powder on the hair between their eyebrows to make it stand out and look as full as possible.

If a girl was unsuccessful enough to be born without any hair between her eyes, she would make do. Some would rub black dust between their brows. Others coloured goat hair black, wiped some tree resin on the back, and attached it to their heads.

0.6 Meters (2 Ft) Tall High Heels

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In the mid Ages, Florence was the style capital of the world. There, the ladies pulled out every stop to make sure that they looked good. No trend, however, compared to the self-respect and beauty of wearing chopines, platform shoes with huge wooden heels that were occasionally more than 0.6 meters (2 ft) tall.

The appearance became so popular that it spread to men, too. Since people were basically walking on stilts, getting around was pretty hard. But Florence’s fashionistas made do by hobbling with canes.

Most people outside of Florence thought that the look was bizarre. Some even named it “sinfully vain.” The church, though, begrudgingly accepted it. At the very least, they accepted that wearing chopines kept women from dancing—and that, after all, was the worst sin of all.

Dropping Poison In Your Eyes

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Nightshade is one of the most poisonous plants in the world. If you drop a little of its poison into someone’s drink, you can send them directly into a coma. If you add a little further, you can kill them. In Renaissance Italy, though, women poured it straight into their eyes.

The Italians called it belladonna (“the beautiful lady”) because a drop of poison in your eyes would widen your pupils, making it look like you were permanently awakened.

It also blurred your vision and faster your heart rate. If you used too much of it, you can go blind. Still, that was a small price to pay to look good.

Socks With Sandals

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Ancient Rome brought us the most bizarre fashion of all: socks with sandals. Despite the prohibitions of modern life, our earlier families went out confidently and proudly wearing open-toe sandals with socks under.

This isn’t something we learned easily. It took ages of work by many teams of archaeologists and historians, all dedicated toward finally determining the kind of footwear combinations that the Romans used. Now we finally have “unequivocal evidence” that they wore socks under their sandals.

The socks were spun from wool and went all the way up to the lap. Then the Romans would combine the look with open-toe sandals. Apparently, wearing sandals without socks is a comparatively new miracle.

Blackening Your Teeth

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Recently, women in Japan took dentistry in a different way. They decided that tooth decay is one of the best looks out there. So if a woman’s teeth weren’t dropping out on their own, she’d paint them black.

Japanese women have been blackening their teeth for so long that we aren’t sure when or why they started doing it. At the very least, by about AD 900, women were painting their teeth black. Shortly after, men started doing it, too.

The Japanese mixed hot water, sake, and red-hot iron in a pot and let it sit for five days. A black sum would rise to the top, which they would pickle off and scrub on their teeth.