The best hairstyles from 80s TV shows - Hair Trends And Styles - Stylist Magazine

The best hairstyles from 80s TV shows

Charlene to Cilla

Hair's most high-maintenance decade was undoubtedly the 1980s - and no hairdo was quite so groomed, coiffured and curled as a TV star hairdo.

We've already combed through (sorry) 90s TV's hairstyle gems and now it's time to venture even further back to the 80s boom years, and an exhilarating medley of perms, mullets and side ponytails. From Kylie Minogue's spring-coiled curls as Charlene in Neighbours, to Linda Evans breathtaking swoop bob for her role as Krystle Carrington in Dynasty, behold the stunning hairstyles of 80s small screen stars:

Words: Anna Pollitt. Images: Rex Features

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