Finger waves

A classic memorialized by black-and-white screen sirens, in the '80s, "You might have a high top with finger waves in the front. You might even have the asymmetrical thing going on and the front being the finger wave. Prince even had finger waves at one point." So did Sheila E., Morris Day and Babyface, salon owner Blevins says. For today's softer, more relaxed versions, see the accidentally-on-purpose styles models wore at Proenza Schouler's Spring 2009 runway show. "The thing about finger waves is if you do them softly and loosely, they're staples," Guido says. "Jeans are never going to go away, the white shirt isn't going to go away and the pump is never going to go away." Neither, apparently, will finger waves. RELATED: '80s fashion: We've been here before Totally '80s: Don't you forget about these pop culture hits Jacket required: Inspired by the '80s, these pieces will transform fall Hair we go again: 1980s styles are the new wave again '80s fashion icons who could like totally wear that today Fashion redux: The '80s are seen on the fall 2009 runway shows Neon colors pop at Fall 2009 New York Fashion Week What is your damage? Submit old photos of your '80s hair and clothes
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