With the emergence of pop and heavy metal music, and of course Michael Jackson, brought about many new hairstyles of the 80s. The array of styles and colors of 80s wigs for both men and women are abundant to take with you to your next 80s event. The rise of heavy metal music created several new hairstyles for men including the mohawk, spikes, big hair and also differently colored long hair ranging from green to rainbow colors.
While heavy metal music certainly created a huge buzz, it was Michael Jackson who became the face of the 80s. Show off your best version of the Moonwalk with the Michael Jackson wig that is perfect to go with a leather jacket and a white glove. Jackson's Thriller album remains as the best-selling album of all time showing his true longevity.
The mullet also became a favorable hair style. The business in the front, party in the back look featured shorter hair in the front, while leaving the back longer. Another popular hairstyle of this era included a feathered style, which can be worn by both men and women. The Eighties featured a time period that saw great social, economic, and general change with the development of industrializing economies. One of the greatest advancements of this era was the development of the modern Internet and by the end of the decade most people in America were using the Internet.