What with all the 80s-inspired fashion taking over the catwalks, hair and beauty was always destined to follow suit. So why not delve into your drawers and dust off those old crimpers you'd forgotten you had? You never know, you might even thank us for it!
What with all the 80s inspired fashion taking over the catwalks, hair and beauty was always destined to follow suit. So why not delve into your drawers and dust off those old crimpers you’d forgotten you had? You never know, you might even thank us for it!
Take a walk on the wild side, be brave, and dig those crimpers out again. Think cave girl chic – but minus the animal skins.
Get crimping to create texture, volume and, most importantly, height – then leave hair loose to its own devices or slightly tame it into a crazy voluminous ponytail.
Jemma and Jodie look like they were out to cause double trouble with their matching crimped manes.
The models on the John Galliano catwalk sported hair that was pinned down on top, and then exploded into max volume pigtails on either side. We can’t help but love it!
Fearne is one of the few modern day starlets still championing the effects of the crimper. The presenter took a soft approach to the style with gentler waves, before pulling her hair back into a loose bun.
Before Scarlett grew her hair out, her short crop was given an instant injection of crazed crimped texture to create this scene-stealer of a hair style.
The Japanese designer had all the models in her show going half and half. While the roots of the hair were left natural, the ends were crimped, back-combed and teased into a fluffy poodle-esque perm.
When a newly-formed Girls Aloud first left the Popstars studio and hit the party circuit, an almost unrecognisable Sarah Harding stepped out sporting long crimped locks.
Kelly O’s had more hair styles than we’ve had hot dinners, so it comes as no suprise to see that she’s also experimented with an 80s-inspired crimp. We’re not overly convinced by the luminous yellow peepers though…
Model Gemma has certainly embraced the 80s trend with both arms wide open. Her blonde crimp sets of her flouro pink make-up to 80s-tastic effect.
A fresh-faced Britney once showed off part curled, part crimped Barbie blonde tresses.
The hair stylists went crazy with the crimpers backstage at the Christian Dior show, with the result being these incredible gravity defying behives.