While fine, long human hair seems to be everything every woman wears these days, just like anything that is fashionable, this was not always the case.
In the 90's and early 2000's we saw an era of horrendous fashion trends that we hope God will not return.
One of those trends is the spiky hair style and almost every baby - who is au courant - must wear this style once, if not more than once.
In keeping with tradition back on Thursday, Legit.ng has highlighted five movie stars who are responsible for the sharp trend.
1. This is Edo
The film star born in Akwa Ibom is known for his distinctive fur hair style, due to his often shaking eyes.
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The actress is known for her stylish demeanor. Photo: @stylevitae, @iniedo
2. Monalisa Chinda
The fair-skinned beauty in this photo is rocking a nut with a slightly thin fringe. We believe this is one trend that the actress will never try again.
Old Hollywood fashion is back in style. Photo credit: @stylevitae, @monalisacode
3. Genevieve Nnaji
Known today as one of the most elegant and stylish movie stars, Genevieve was also one of the on-screen goddesses who rocked this trend. The photo below shows Nnaji rocking a wine-colored hairstyle.
Hissing cloth was a big deal back then. Photo credit: @stylevitae, @genevievennaji
4. Tonto Embankment
The controversial star in this photo trickles down to a hot girl, where she rocks a short hairstyle. And judging by his poise in the photo, Dicke must have felt this hair.
Today, curly fabrics have replaced spiky hair. Photo: @stylevitae, @tontolet
5. Spark Akindel
What's Thursday back without that epic look from star Jennifer, right? Akindele's pixie sword might have been hot back then, but in today's fashion world it would definitely be a parody.
The actress is also part of the fur hairstyle gang. Photo credit: @stylevitae, @funkejenifaakindele
Retro fashion is back in style
The 90s were an exciting time, especially in the fashion world, and in a time when social media wasn't around, Nigerian movie stars were major influencers, taking fashion risks and boldly defining trends.
From cheeky wigs and pigtails, tight pants and blouses to flashy make-up and over-the-top jewelry, the 90s was an era full of fashionable accents.
But while some of these trends may seem to some people, there are some trends from the 90s that are slowly making their way back into the fashion world and it seems that a lot of people are supporting them.
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