It’s Jon Bon Jovi‘s birthday today, so we figured the best way to celebrate would be to take a trip down memory lane to revisit some of his greatest coifs.
From the debut 1984 single, Bon Jovi the man AND the band were here to tell you they weren't messing around in the hair department.
Same photo shoot? Different outfits? Perhaps. But the hair was just as on-point on the cover of the "She Don't Know Me" single.
JBJ's anything but lonely on the cover of this 1985 single: that hair-halo is clearly his guardian angel.
"Silent Night, holy hair...it's 1985, everywhere."
Does Jon Bon have his own personal wind machine working here? He must have his own personal wind machine working here.
I feel like we reached a transitional phase here in late '86: looks like the locks are growing out a bit.
No dead ends in the Old West, partner. Just sagebrush shag.
..and always say: "good hair."
...but never bad hair.
With the '80s waning and the '90s approaching, we can sense another style transition on the horizon.
Yeah, that coif is growing like a WEED.
It's '92, "Keep The Faith" is the first new Bon Jovi Single in 3 years, and Jon is back with some vintage early-'90s locks.
Give him credit: he's committing to the new style.
Never mind the arms, we're concerned with what's going on above the shoulders.
Is it getting shorter? It's getting shorter!
Dry County? Not if you're using conditioner, buddy.
It's '94 and I feel like we have another grow-out coming.
Yeah, it's growing back out.
But it is a hair style. What type of hair style, it's hard to tell. And so it goes in the mid-'90s.
And he finally got that hair to lie down. Center-part for the win.
Woah! What the hell happened to those long, luscious locks, Jon? Oh, right: it's 1999 now.
Y2K seems to be a good time to wrap up our journey through the many hairstyles of Jon Bon Jovi. Happy Birthday, you stylish man!