90s womens hairstyles

90s womens hairstylesReviewed by michael ellison.This Is Article About90s womens hairstyles90s Womens Hairstyles 90s Womens Hairstyles 90s Womens Hairstyles 1 Of 10 ScrunchiesOnce upon a time, a Miss Carrie Bradshaw denounced the scrunchie, claiming that no New York women would be caught dead out and about in one. Behold Sarah Jessica Parker, Bradshaw’s creator and a born-and-raised New Yorker, wearing just that. 2 Of 10 […]
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90s Womens Hairstyles


90s Womens Hairstyles




90s Womens Hairstyles

1 Of 10 ScrunchiesOnce upon a time, a Miss Carrie Bradshaw denounced the scrunchie, claiming that no New York women would be caught dead out and about in one. Behold Sarah Jessica Parker, Bradshaw’s creator and a born-and-raised New Yorker, wearing just that. 2 Of 10 Butterfly ClipsHair accessories are to the ’90s what hairspray was to the ’80s—and plastic butterfly clips were the most sacred of all. Whether used sparingly à la Kirsten Dunst or decorating the whole head, you could never go wrong with wings.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 10 CrimpingCrimping irons have a bad rap, but star of Wayne’s World Tia Carrere proves the wavy hairstyle can be chic. In fact, sawtooth curls have made waves on the runways of Chanel, Stella McCartney, Giorgio Armani, and Zac Posen. 4 Of 10 The Half-BunThe epitome of nonchalant ’90s cool, Gwyneth Paltrow couldn’t be bothered with a polished updo—she simply throws up her California blonde hair into a wispy half-bun, a look that’s experiencing a revival at this very moment.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 10 Twisty PiecesA ballet bun? As if. Updos in the ’90s were nothing if not spikey and topped off with twisted strands, as you can see here on Clueless icon Alicia Silverstone. 6 Of 10 Raver KnotsNo one did the ’90s better than Gwen Stefani, due in large part to her neon double topknots. As of late, the look has been revived by Miley Cyrus and the Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 runway—but trust, no one can do it better than Gwen.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 10 Hair JewelryTopanga, a.k.a. Danielle Fishel, managed to don practically all the ’90s hair trends at once, including our beloved hair crystals applied in meticulous fashion. Getty 8 Of 10 Color StreaksPicking up hair mascara at the mall without our parent’s consent was our favorite way to go rogue back in the day. However, as far as recreating Christina Aguilera’s badass color streaks went, it didn’t fair quite so well for us.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 10 The Hair FlipCopying the Olsens was always a fail-proof way to be cool in the ’90s. The twins took a page out of Drew Barrymore’s book and helped popularize the girl-next-store flipped bob. 10 Of 10 BandanasThere are few things that make us more nostalgic for our childhood than a square bandana. Embroidered with a classic paisley pattern, they were the hair accessory. Today, they’ve experienced a comeback, but mainly worn tied around the neck. Sorry, Madge. Next Gallery 10 Products That Will Make Your Hair Smell *So* Good Hair flip. By Lauren Valenti GIF Of 10 Advertisement – Continue Reading Below Presented by Created by Created by Marie Claire for From Marie Claire for
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90s Womens Hairstyles

1 Of 10 ScrunchiesOnce upon a time, a Miss Carrie Bradshaw denounced the scrunchie, claiming that no New York women would be caught dead out and about in one. Behold Sarah Jessica Parker, Bradshaw’s creator and a born-and-raised New Yorker, wearing just that. 2 Of 10 Butterfly ClipsHair accessories are to the ’90s what hairspray was to the ’80s—and plastic butterfly clips were the most sacred of all. Whether used sparingly à la Kirsten Dunst or decorating the whole head, you could never go wrong with wings.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 10 CrimpingCrimping irons have a bad rap, but star of Wayne’s World Tia Carrere proves the wavy hairstyle can be chic. In fact, sawtooth curls have made waves on the runways of Chanel, Stella McCartney, Giorgio Armani, and Zac Posen. 4 Of 10 The Half-BunThe epitome of nonchalant ’90s cool, Gwyneth Paltrow couldn’t be bothered with a polished updo—she simply throws up her California blonde hair into a wispy half-bun, a look that’s experiencing a revival at this very moment.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 10 Twisty PiecesA ballet bun? As if. Updos in the ’90s were nothing if not spikey and topped off with twisted strands, as you can see here on Clueless icon Alicia Silverstone. 6 Of 10 Raver KnotsNo one did the ’90s better than Gwen Stefani, due in large part to her neon double topknots. As of late, the look has been revived by Miley Cyrus and the Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 runway—but trust, no one can do it better than Gwen.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 10 Hair JewelryTopanga, a.k.a. Danielle Fishel, managed to don practically all the ’90s hair trends at once, including our beloved hair crystals applied in meticulous fashion. Getty 8 Of 10 Color StreaksPicking up hair mascara at the mall without our parent’s consent was our favorite way to go rogue back in the day. However, as far as recreating Christina Aguilera’s badass color streaks went, it didn’t fair quite so well for us.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 10 The Hair FlipCopying the Olsens was always a fail-proof way to be cool in the ’90s. The twins took a page out of Drew Barrymore’s book and helped popularize the girl-next-store flipped bob. 10 Of 10 BandanasThere are few things that make us more nostalgic for our childhood than a square bandana. Embroidered with a classic paisley pattern, they were the hair accessory. Today, they’ve experienced a comeback, but mainly worn tied around the neck. Sorry, Madge. Next Gallery 10 Products That Will Make Your Hair Smell *So* Good Hair flip. By Lauren Valenti
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90s Womens Hairstyles

1 Of 10 ScrunchiesOnce upon a time, a Miss Carrie Bradshaw denounced the scrunchie, claiming that no New York women would be caught dead out and about in one. Behold Sarah Jessica Parker, Bradshaw’s creator and a born-and-raised New Yorker, wearing just that. 2 Of 10 Butterfly ClipsHair accessories are to the ’90s what hairspray was to the ’80s—and plastic butterfly clips were the most sacred of all. Whether used sparingly à la Kirsten Dunst or decorating the whole head, you could never go wrong with wings.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 3 Of 10 CrimpingCrimping irons have a bad rap, but star of Wayne’s World Tia Carrere proves the wavy hairstyle can be chic. In fact, sawtooth curls have made waves on the runways of Chanel, Stella McCartney, Giorgio Armani, and Zac Posen. 4 Of 10 The Half-BunThe epitome of nonchalant ’90s cool, Gwyneth Paltrow couldn’t be bothered with a polished updo—she simply throws up her California blonde hair into a wispy half-bun, a look that’s experiencing a revival at this very moment.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 5 Of 10 Twisty PiecesA ballet bun? As if. Updos in the ’90s were nothing if not spikey and topped off with twisted strands, as you can see here on Clueless icon Alicia Silverstone. 6 Of 10 Raver KnotsNo one did the ’90s better than Gwen Stefani, due in large part to her neon double topknots. As of late, the look has been revived by Miley Cyrus and the Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 runway—but trust, no one can do it better than Gwen.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 7 Of 10 Hair JewelryTopanga, a.k.a. Danielle Fishel, managed to don practically all the ’90s hair trends at once, including our beloved hair crystals applied in meticulous fashion. Getty 8 Of 10 Color StreaksPicking up hair mascara at the mall without our parent’s consent was our favorite way to go rogue back in the day. However, as far as recreating Christina Aguilera’s badass color streaks went, it didn’t fair quite so well for us.Advertisement – Continue Reading Below 9 Of 10 The Hair FlipCopying the Olsens was always a fail-proof way to be cool in the ’90s. The twins took a page out of Drew Barrymore’s book and helped popularize the girl-next-store flipped bob. 10 Of 10 BandanasThere are few things that make us more nostalgic for our childhood than a square bandana. Embroidered with a classic paisley pattern, they were the hair accessory. Today, they’ve experienced a comeback, but mainly worn tied around the neck. Sorry, Madge.
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90s Womens Hairstyles

Previous10 Celebrities Who Have Overcome the Tyranny of the Cowlick view gallery 10 Photos As children of the ’90s, we fancied ourselves guinea pigs for the hairstyles we saw on Nickelodeon, MTV, or courtesy of Dualstar. Whether it was styling our hair with kitschy accessories or adventures in crimping, we tried it all and have the embarrassing #TBT photos to prove it. To stoke our nostalgia, were looking back on the most ridiculously amazing hair trends of the ’90s as worn by celebrities—because even they weren’t safe from them. More view gallery
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90s Womens Hairstyles

As children of the ’90s, we fancied ourselves guinea pigs for the hairstyles we saw on Nickelodeon, MTV, or courtesy of Dualstar. Whether it was styling our hair with kitschy accessories or adventures in crimping, we tried it all and have the embarrassing #TBT photos to prove it. To stoke our nostalgia, were looking back on the most ridiculously amazing hair trends of the ’90s as worn by celebrities—because even they weren’t safe from them. More view gallery
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90s Womens Hairstyles

This list of classic ’90s hairstyles, many of them inspired by the hottest celebrities of the decade, is proof that some things are best left in the past. But mostly, it's clear that what's old often becomes new again. From Brandy's braids to Missy's waves, reminisce on these “hype” and “sophisticated” looks that you remember dog-earing in your favorite black hair magazines.

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