Share this article Share Another image from shows a Buffalo Bills cheerleader with wild blonde hair smiling at the camera, showing off her baby pink lipstick and blue headband worn on her forehead. Her shoulder pads - an iconic mark of the Eighties - are adorned with white fringe. Styles of the decade: One image from shows a Buffalo Bills cheerleader with wild blonde hair smiling at the camera, showing off her baby pink lipstick and blue headband worn on her forehead Old fashion: Big hair and shoulder pads seemed to dominate cheerleader fashion in this decade pictured:
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The Chiefs also presented cheerleaders in a second uniform that, while not outrightly offensive, does represent a more conservative era in fashion. Members of the Denver Broncos' cheerleading squad dance in cowboy-inspired chaps at the Super Bowl Neon lights: Va-va-voom hair, heavy eye make-up, white Go-Go boots, and two-piece uniforms that could easily pass as a bathing suit - a skimpy one at that — are among some of the overlaps. The '70s are considered a heyday in NFL cheerleading history, as many of the teams started to establish their own squads throughout the decade pictured, the Dallas Cowboys' squad at the Super Bowl Heyday: The Dallas Cowboy cheerleading squad here pictured at the Super Bowl was one of the first to embrace the short-shorts, cropped top, and Go-Go boot uniform that is still popular league-wide today One of the earliest adopters appears to the Dallas Cowboy cheerleading squad, whose original cropped fringe vest, tie-front blouse, and cheek-grazing shorts uniform is still presently in use.