1: In the year you were born, the mullet was all the rage. Business in the front, party in the back!

2: As you entered the world, the perm was a popular choice for men and women alike. Big, fluffy hair was in!

3: Celebrities like Jennifer Aniston made "The Rachel" haircut iconic in the 90s. Layers and face-framing strands were a must.

4: In the early 2000s, the "Frosted Tips" trend took hold. Guys everywhere were lightening the tips of their hair.

5: The bob haircut gained popularity in the 1920s, symbolizing the liberation of women during the Roaring Twenties.

6: The afro was a bold statement in the 1970s, embracing natural hair and celebrating Black culture and identity.

7: In the 1980s, the big hair trend dominated with perms, teasing, and lots of hairspray. The higher, the better!

8: The pixie cut became a style staple in the 1960s, as women embraced shorter, edgier haircuts with a touch of rebellion.

9: Today, the trendiest haircuts include the shag, the lob, and the blunt bob. Whatever your style, there's a haircut for you!