The 90s is one of the best times that most of us can remember. From obsessing over Sabrina the Teenage Witch, playing Tamagochi, shouting “Run! Forest Run!”, watching the Titanic starred with Leonardo De Caprio and Kate Winslet, playing your favourite Spice Girls or Backstreets Boys songs with a cassette tape player, to that very first time you’re using the internet, who could ever not want to go back to the 90s?

Aside from the first-times on improved technologies and fun shows and music, the 90s was a great time for hair fashion! For sure, you’ve got a style or two that you remember wearing, and guess what… they are back, and you sure wouldn’t want to miss this. So if you are looking for a fresh look to try on this weekend, why not check out these 5 Epic 90s Hairstyles That Are Making A Comeback and maybe give it your own twist and own the style!

Barrette Style

Who did not love barrette in the 90s? C’mon, we all wore them! And guess what? Celebrities worldwide and even social media influencers have already been wearing this style longer than the fashion police have ever recorded.

Check out Kendall Jenner’s makes this 90s hairstyle look absolutely chic!

High Pony with Scrunchy

We must say, high ponytail style never went out of style. This is one of the timeless hairstyles to ever cross decades to generations. And yes! This hairstyle is still claiming it’s spotlight not only in the social media space like Instagram and Facebook but also in our day-to-day style. And ow! Satin scrunchies are back again.

(Courtesy of Delaney Childs / @delaneychilds)

90s Hairspray

It’s the year 2020, and we still cannot get over with this 90s Hairspray style, even made iconic by Hollywood actress Jennifer Aniston, who starred in an American sitcom Friends as Rachel Green.

This hairstyle works perfectly on the highlights and lowlights as it can help magnify depths, making your hair look fuller. Others also own this hairstyle by creating thick teased hair along the roots of their hair then set it with hairspray. Others love adding lots of height to their hair, but you can also just keep it as simple as Jennifer Aniston’s style.

WARNING: Just don’t go loco on hairspray. Too much of something is ain’t good, alright?

(Courtesy of US Magazine via Pinterest)

Simple One-Sided Hair Flip

     (Courtesy of Cosmopolitan)

Who could ever forget this 1995 coming-of-age teen comedy, Clueless? Cher played by Alicia Stone was a beautiful, rich, and popular high school student who sees herself as a matchmaker. And being their school’s IT girl, she throws chic OOTDs, plus hair fashion statements that are easy to recreate and sometimes quirky.

Tiny Buns

Now popularised as the Space Bun, this hairstyle is indeed chic and quirky.  Many celebrities and even social media influences can be seen sporting this hairstyle, like the young popstar Ariana Grande. These Tiny Buns are so easy to recreate that you can even wear it anytime without requiring lots of tools and time.

There are more than 60 90s hairstyles that you can search on the internet and all of them are definitely nostalgic. And to make every hairstyle Instagram-worthy, adding some length and volume using human hair extensions is what you may want to consider before getting that style on. Choose from popular types like tape-ins, clip-ins, and even wefts, and luscious colours with HHEO’s wide range of collections. Surely, something is in store to match your style.

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