01/16/2014 11:36 am ET Updated Dec 01, 2014

What Your Favorite Latino Artists Looked Like In The '90s (PHOTOS)

Oh glorious '90s!

Big hair, overly done make-up and the anthems of (what seems) not so long ago remain vivid in our memories. Before Shakira's blonde crossover, Enrique's mole-less debut and Gloria Trevi's went to jail, these singers were aspiring musicians waiting to rule the Latin music world.

Check out Paulina Rubio, Thalía, Alejandro Sanz and more before the surgeries, hair dyes and the inevitable passing of time transformed these Latino artists forever.

  • Gloria Trevi in 1990.
    Before the star's arrest in 2000 and her time spent in prison, Trevi was dominating the charts with her "Pelo Suelto" in 1990.
  • Alejandro Sanz in 1992.
    By 1996, Alejandro had already released his first four albums.
  • Paulina Rubio in 1990.
    In 1991, Paulina Rubio left Timbiriche and went solo.
  • Alejandro Fernández in 1991.
    "El Potrillo" was just beginning his career at this time.
  • Shakira in 1996.
    Now a blonde beauty, Shakira's third album "Pies Descalzos" was released in 1996 and features the Colombian singer with straight jet black hair.
  • Thalía in 1991.
    Just four years before becoming "María la del barrio." Thalía went solo in the early '90s and broke into the international market.
  • Alejandra Guzmán in 1994.
    As seductive as ever.
  • Luis Miguel in 1994.
    "El Sol de México" gained international superstardom in the '90s. In 1993, his fifth studio album "Aries" was released and won him the Grammy Award for Best Latin Pop Album.
  • Ana Bárbara in 1994.
  • Caifanes in 1992.
    Just three years before the group disbanded.
  • Lucero in 1992.
    This Mexican sweetheart had already released 9 albums at the age of 23.
  • Ricky Martin in 1991.
    Just before he began "Livin' La Vida Loca." Does everyone remember this "General Hospital" hottie?
  • Enrique Iglesias in 1998.
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    Before he crossed over and became our "Hero"...Oh that mole!

More of an '80s child? Check out what Latino music looked like in your decade.