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Madonna He is one of the biggest stars in the world of music, as he has undoubtedly managed to conquer huge audiences throughout these more than four decades.
The star has always given people something to talk about, not only because of her songs, videos or albums, but also because of her controversial and iconic looks during the decade of the 80s and 90s.
And it is that without a doubt, the American has always given something to talk about for hairstyles, outfits, styles and the popular trends it follows.
From blond, reddish to dark hair, the singer has known how to play with her rebels to elegant hairstyles, which is also very visible when choosing her clothes.
The glamor has always accompanied the interpreter of “Sorry”who has known how to attract attention and steal glances thanks to her extravagant looks.
Madonna’s best looks in the 80s and 90s
In 1982, the singer opted for a more rebellious look with black and red colors, where her eyebrows and her lipstick were her main attractions.
One of the most important events for music was the MTV Video Music Awards, where the famous woman appeared in 1984, where she stood out in a white bridal dress accompanied by lace, as well as crucifixes, which marked the era of “Like a Virgin” .
Madonna during her “Virgin Tour” tour in Michigan, where she represented very well what was fashionable in the 80s such as the jacket, as well as the bow with a ponytail.
While in 1989, the “queen of pop” was characterized not only by her blonde hair and striking lips, but also by the style of her eyebrows, dark and bushy.
This is one of her most iconic and copied looks during the 90s, as it is a pointed corset on the part of the breasts, designed by Jean-Paul Gaultier for his “Blondie Ambition” tour.
During the MTV Video Music Awards, the singer presented one of her most famous songs “Vogue” in 1990, where she shone thanks to her Victorian style.
The interpreter paid tribute on several occasions to Marilyn Monroe, whom she admired and showed it with her platinum blonde hair and her red lipstick, and this time she did it at the Oscars in 1990.
For 1993, the star opted for a change in her hairstyle and cut, because now her hair was much shorter than usual and that’s how she showed it off at her concert at Wembley Stadium.
In 1997, the singer walked the red carpet at the Golden Globes, where she swept her curly hair to one side and opted for a darker-than-usual lipstick color, taking home the Best Actress in a Comedy Movie statuette for “Avoid.”
Madonna in 1999 for the recordings of her video “Nothing really matters” where she left the blonde behind and opted to dye herself black and wear a red outfit