Keb wrote:Depends. In the early 90s black people were still rocking high top fades but they started getting regular fades, then eventually it became about waves and then some idiot decided wearing a doo-rag as part of an outfit was cool.
I always hated the doo-rag thing, unless it was just some poor old lady who didn't take the time to put her wig on that morning.
For white people though I would say an undercut. Everyone had those. Even me with my good hair.
Undercut...it sounds fairly straightforward but I can't picture what you mean.
I should disclose at this point that I haven't been to a barbershop in over 24 years. Barbershop? Barber Shop? Barber's Shop? I don't even know which is right.
I should go to one tomorrow and ask for a '90s haircut just to see what they do.