2020 fashion is all about natural looks and easy hairstyles. It is also about 90s hairstyles making a comeback. So, what hairstyles were popular in the 90s? These Hairstyle trends are absolutely worth coming back! Check these Seven 90s Hairstyles for Women You Need to Try Now.
Seven 90s Hairstyles for Women You Need to Try Now
01. The most popular 90s Hairstyles for Women: The Rachel
The most iconic 90s Hairstyles for Women is “The Rachel” hairstyle. It was created by stylist Chris McMillan for Jennifer Aniston in April 1995. Her Friends character Rachel Green made a super popular 90s hairstyle. It works on naturally flat hair since it’s majorly layered. I loved the TV perfection highlights of this 90s hairstyle.
02. The Outward Flip
The 90’s Outward Flip was layered, flipped out look. The 2020 comeback is an edgier hairstyle than the 90s.
03. The Braided Styles
Alicia Silverstone rocked these top braids hairstyle out in the 90s and this hairstyle is back in a big way. The 2020 comeback hairstyle has been updated with thicker braids.
04. The Butterfly clips
The butterfly clips were one of the most popular accessories of the 90s Hairstyles for Women. This hairstyle was especially popular for parties and prom hair! The 2020 hairstyle comeback is a fresher loom and less organized than the 90s.
05. The High Ponytail with The Scrunchie
The biggest 80s and 90s fashion hairstyle trend was the scrunchie. The 2020 scrunchie comeback is less cute hairstyles and more sporty. This hairstyle is perfect for a hot top knot.
06. The Barrette Style
Don’t you love barrettes? Barrettes already made a big 2020 comeback and I’m loving this hairstyle.
07. Big, Natural Curls
The 90s were when JLo, Mariah Carey, Nicole Kidman, and Sarah Jessica Naturally proudly showed off their curly hairstyle. This is before the sleek, flatiron hairstyle gained popularity. I love my curls; and I hope you do too (if you’ve curly). I hope these 90s Hairstyles for Women will transcend trends. Show off those voluptuous curls.
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