JOZ SALON & SPA has explored decades of hair and makeup trends, but the latest ventures into completely new territory: men’s beauty.

For a first look at male beauty standards, researchers looked at hairstyle trends. The result was put together with the help of the Movember Foundation, which encourages men to grow mustaches in the month of November to raise awareness and funds for men’s health issues.

Here’s a closer look at each of the styles and their inspirations.

The grunge music movement was about refusing to strive for perfection, so the model was much less groomed for the 1990s look.

The model donned a “faux-hawk” to demonstrate a popular style in the 2000s. The look was typical of self-described “metrosexuals” who, in direct contrast to the grunge look, paid careful attention to their hair and looks.

The final look is inspired by the “lumber-sexuals” that have become more common in the past few years. These men go for a more natural look with hair long enough to pull back into a “man bun.”