A few nice celebrity styles images I found:
Hi-top fade: A New Jack Swing vintage style: BRYAN O'QUINN
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A hi-top fade is a style of haircut where hair on the sides is cut off or kept very low and hair on the top of the head is very long (in contrast, a low fade is when hair on the top is kept shorter). The hi-top has been a trend symbolizing the Golden Era of Hip Hop and urban contemporary music during the late 1980s and the early 1990s.
"Big Hair" Photo: Bryan O'Quinn -- Smooth hip-hop Crooner- Bryan O’Quinn
Hi-top fade: A new jack swing vintage style:
Bryan O’Quinn was one of the few underground dance music artists to enjoy negligible mainstream exposure during the late '80s and early '90s heyday of hip-hop soul. O’Quinn’s smooth seductive crooning style and erotic dance moves earned him a significant female following and made him a presence on the up and coming R&B dance music scene.
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The introduction was written by Madame Prunier. I don't know who she was, but then I never want to know anyone who thinks "Haddock Monte Carlo" should be included in a cookery book. From "Personal Choice, a selection of favourite recipes contributed by leading celebrities". That's celebrities, 1970s style, a time before any horrible volgar snivelling little reality-tv wannabe was considered a celebrity. These people were PROPER celebrities - including Rolf Harris, The Right Reverend Lord Soper, Patrick McNee, and the woman who started Britain's first marriage agency. And Barbara Cartland. Definitely worth the £1.79 I paid for it at the Salvation Army shop.