Choppy bangs and tons of layers encompassed Ashlee Simpson’s signature look back in the day. Recently, model Jourdan Dunn brought back the style, but put her own spin on it by opting for sleek straight hair.
Love them or hate them — butterfly clips are slowly making a return. But, they aren’t like the ones from Claire’s that you would find all over your bedroom floor — just look at Dua Lipa’s luxe embellished set for further evidence.
Raven Symone championed braided antennas during her days on That’s So Raven. If anyone can bring back the youthful hairstyle, it’s Zoë Kravitz and Bella Hadid.
It was arguably Christina Aguilera who put the zigzag part on the map in the early 2000s. Note: If trendsetter Bella Hadid is seen wearing the funky part, you know it’s about to be everywhere.
J.Lo paved the way for the half-up ponytail with her iconic Versace moment at the 42nd Grammy Awards, and honestly the 2021 way of wearing the trend isn’t much different. Gabrielle Union proves that the slick-back approach to the style is still very much on-trend.
Two Bobby Pins
Barrettes or bobby pins, particularly two in the front, was one of the easiest hairstyles to wear in the 2000s. Give the look a whirl and copy Lana Condor’s effortless bobby pin look.
Ahh, who could forget the pinching feel from when your mom put multiple tiny rubber brands in your hair as a kid? Well, it might be time to battle the pain once again, according to Hailey Bieber.
Raise your hand if you owned a crimper at some point during the ‘00s. While you can still find the hot tool online today, according to Beyoncé, you might want to try a looser take on the throwback trend.
You can probably thank Kelly Clarkson for starting the chunky highlight craze. As for 2021, leave it to J.Lo to make the look feel especially cool and modern.
Turn on almost any episode of Friends and you’ll see Rachel Green (aka, Jennifer Aniston) sporting a claw clip. Now, the model set — including Kendall Jenner, Hailey Bieber, & Bella Hadid — have given the accessory their stamp of approval.