The beloved boyband favourite was on bedroom walls across the world in the 1990s, but long hair for men has gone in and out of style for centuries. Ancient Eygptian men wore wigs as standard, and many of the documented styles are centre-parted, chin-length cuts which aren’t a million miles off the 90s look. In nineteenth century Europe, young men also wore softer, longer styles worn in a centre parting – prime romantic lead material.

90s curtains fall somewhere between clean-cut boy-next door and bike-riding bad boy; it’s a little bit rebellious, but really not too much – and like a Veronica Lake eye-skimming swoop of hair or Princess Diana flick, gives you something to peek out from under mysteriously as you break some hearts.

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