When Monat hair became a fashion icon in the 80s, it was thanks to a group of women who went out of their way to keep the style up.
The style was inspired by the iconic Monat women’s hairstyle, and it was inspired in part by the American Civil War.
Monat was a symbol of resistance to the US government in the 1920s and 30s, and its name was used to refer to people who had worn the long, wavy hairstyle.
The Monat hairstyle has become a staple of American fashion and culture.
When I was growing up, I wore monat hairstyles because it was the only thing that was allowed in America.
I wore it to school.
I used to be a schoolgirl in my early teens and my hair was just long enough to reach my ear.
When I had to go out and do my hair in public, I would wear it.
I didn’t really wear it as much, because I would do a wig and then wear it back again when I was in a club.
But in the 90s and early 2000s, Monat became the style of choice for young women.
I think it was in the mid-90s that Monat began to disappear, and I think that’s when it went mainstream, and there were a lot of young women who wore it.
The trend was really strong during the 2000s.
It’s hard to pin down exactly when Monat disappeared, but I think in the early 2000, it really went mainstream.
I would see the Monat haircuts on TV and I would be like, ‘Oh my God!
This is a real thing.’
The hairstyle is very iconic.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen it before in an image of the Monats hair.
I’m really proud to be American, and to be an American woman, to have my hair this long and to have Monats in my life.
Monat was the hairstyle of choice at the time, but now it’s becoming a trend that people are talking about.
In an interview with Cosmopolitan, actress Rosario Dawson said, “I feel like people are finally starting to see the style, but it was not a fashion thing.
It was just a way of life for many of us to be able to keep our hair long and keep our heads up.
That’s where I’m at.
I’ve always had a long, curly, wispy head.
I love it.”