11 iconic hairstyles that all 2000s girls wore.
Ahhh, the 2000s. What a weather for our hair. It was BUSY.
Between discovering the absolute joy that Diva and Supre were, and trying to figure out why a tube-top, knee-length denim skirt looked so good together, we found the time to try everything on. Single. hair trend.
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Just * thinking * about tendrils, bandanas and sweaters is enough to bring you back to the days of MySpace, thick eyeliner and Von Dutch trucker hats. And I suspect some of you may be feeling a little nostalgic since you are here also remembering with us.
REMEMBER WHEN THE BANDS WERE FRESH.
So on that note, let’s take a look at all the hair trends we tried to achieve in the 2000s.
Come on, EVERYBODY knows this style – and you’d be totally lying if you said you haven’t tried it at least once.
While this style * screams * rockabilly vibes, for some reason we don’t know, it was SO huge a trend in the late 2000s.
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Found in every high school, mall, and netball court, the quiff was a goddamn ~ lewk ~.
Characterized by straight burnt hair, the beloved carrot has been teased high and pinned to the top of your dome with around 789 bobby pins. Sometimes you can even do the VERSATILE ponytail x quiff combo.