Grab your scrunchie’s because these 90’s trends making are back.
This year sees so many 90’s trends making a huge comeback. Grunge, hip hop and pop were huge influences and cult films like Clueless, Empire Records and 10 Things I hate about you gave 90’s goals. Not forgetting the Spice Girls introduced us to girl power.
I decided to take a look at some of the 90s trends that are making a huge comeback this year.
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Hair Style Trends
The biggest hair cut at the time was “The Rachel”. Made famous by Jennifer Aniston for her part of Rachel Green in TV Sitcom Friends. In 1994 Chris McMillan, the creator of this style. He emphasises on lots of layers, blow-dried with a Large Round Brush. To give your hair hold try using Bouncy Volumising Mousse.
Scrunchies were the number one hair accessory. The more you could fit in your hair the better. 2015 started to see them making a slight comeback but it didn’t really take off. Butterfly clips were great for tying your hair up or clipping bits back, seen on many celebrities at the time.
Pre Hair Straighteners we were all crimping to get that zig-zag effect. It was the look on every girl out on a Saturday night.
The big celebrity idols of the 90s lead singer of No Doubt, Gwen Stefani.
Nothing says 90s like the biggest icon and trendsetter of the time Kate Moss ‘undone‘ textured hair. The casual London trend of “I woke up looking like this, a style influenced by the era of grunge.
Get the Grunge Look
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