Remember when they tried to glam up Tootie from "The Facts of Life"? Didn’t work. No matter how much Aqua Net and Maybelline they expended, she still was homely. But big hair was unquestionably an 80's mainstay.

Fashions are drifting back to the 80's now, so it won't be long before women everywhere begin renewing their attack on the ozone by spraying faux lacquer on their tresses.

Implications - As the modern aesthetic increases each day, consumers are looking for ways to revert back to simpler styles. Reviving retro fashion is appealing to customers who are tired of the onslaught of clean-cut pieces. Designers could incorporate older aesthetics into their items to attract more shoppers.