Call me antiquated. I've just been introduced to a new fashion concept. The Bed Head look. Now, having to Google images sporting the look for an idea as to what that is, I have to wonder, "What's the attraction?" Arriving to work in that state would have me on my boss' s*#t list. Arriving at a do looking like I just got outta bed would definitely place me on the gossip topic list. Any idea what when this was a popular trend?
It was popular in the 90's. It is a messed up hairstyle, similar to your hair being messed up after taking a nap, getting out of bed after a good night sleep. I guess now you simply forget combing your hair, just add some gel and spray to it instead. There is a bedhead product line too.
This hairstyle goes really well with the pajamas that people wear to the grocery nowadays.
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