Bringing Back the 90’s With These 5 Hairstyles
Flip through the pages of a magazine (or browse through Facebook and Instagram) and you’ll start to notice that so many 90’s trends have made their way back. Anything from berry and brown lipsticks to grungy choker necklaces are not just commercially available again but also better now than ever. When it comes to hairstyles, the 90’s was a great time to get creative (resulting in both regretful and fantastic hair trends). It comes as no surprise that so many of them are making a comeback as well!
Slumber parties in the 90’s weren’t complete without a braiding session among the attendees. Thanks to those good ‘ol days, you’re probably more than capable of braiding your own hair now. Get as creative as you’d like with accent braids for a carefree, bohemian vibe, or wear them with more sophisticated hairstyles for special events.
Big Blown Out Hair
Voluminous hair was and is the quickest way to look like a complete bombshell. This can be achieved by blow-drying your hair with a round brush and using products that enhance volume and bounce. You can also just pop over the salon and for a blow-out if you’re not in the mood to make much of an effort.
Gwen Stefani has always been known for her signature blond hair, but she is also known for experimenting with bold colours every once in a while. She was hailed in the 90’s for rocking candy pink, pastel pink, and even pink and blond tresses. Over the years, more and more celebs have been getting the pink fever, most notably Nicki Minaj and Katy Perry.
Many years ago it was perfectly fine to roll out of bed and walk out the door without giving the hairbrush a second thought. Lucky for us, the sexy bedhead look is back in! With the eternally busy lifestyle so prevalent nowadays, we’re happy to welcome this “hairstyle” back.
Technically not a hairstyle but a hair accessory, scrunchies were a fashion staple in the 90s. For a while after it became taboo, so it’s quite surprising how it’s making a comeback. They provide a playful, youthful vibe, not to mention they’re far more forgiving on your hair compared to elastics. These can also double as an accessory when worn on the wrist. So many benefits!
What goes around comes around, and we’re certainly glad that these hairstyles and many others are back on the table. Pick your favourite and just keep rocking it!