90s Hairstyles

Clothes, accessories, and, of course, hairstyles are coming back from the nineties. Some may argue that this is a negative tendency; however, the history shows that all trends are like the phoenixes that burn down and then rise from the ashes. Besides, the nineties is definitely one of the most epic eras in every way, so why should we forget about its heritage? If you are looking for the best hairstyles that remind us of this remarkable decade yet keep pace with the times, check out the cool haircuts and updos we’ve selected for you!

Male Old School Hairstyles from the ‘90s for Short Hair

There’s one thing about fashion we all should remember. It always makes comebacks. So-called old school hairstyles are not an exception. Of course, they’re changing, adapting to the modern world, but the main features remain the same. For instance, Johnny Depp’s high top quiff is trendy, but today men prefer to add highly stylish fades to make haircut look even more stylish. Another cool option is the classic side part quiff or one of the most famous men’s hairstyle – curtains.

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1990s Grunge Haircuts for Guys That Make a Comeback

In 90s Leonardo DiCaprio was the biggest trendsetter when it came to men’s hairstyles. Although front curtained hair was worn by many celebrities, it has always been associated with a young boy that found his love on the Titanic. The best thing about this medium-length haircut is that it can be styled in various ways, making a guy who wears it look like a movie star or a funky, stylish rebel. Plus, that I-just-got-out-of-bed hairstyle worn by Kurt Cobain is what grunge style is all about.

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The Best 90’s Hair Ideas for African American Women

The nineties are considered the golden era of the most beautiful and extravagant hairstyles for African American women. The good news is that some of them are coming back. Braids and buns are all modern fashionistas need! The first ones belong to the category of low-maintenance hairstyles (you need to suffer once and then do nothing literally), while the buns will require some efforts. Still, the result is worth it.

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Iconic Hairstyles in the 90’s: The Rachel, Drew Barrymore Hair

The Rachel hairstyle truly deserves to be called iconic. A lot of women all over the world asked their stylist to do precisely what Jennifer Aniston wears. This style is still popular, maybe because it’s quite versatile even though it requires some maintenance. Drew Barrymore’s hair is considered another big hit of the 90s. Two versions of her haircut, long and short, still remain trendy.

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Long Hair Trends of the 90s for Girls

Twisted knots, top knots, 90’s inspired crimped hair or tons of volume, what do you prefer? Some of these trends were underrated. What we considered to be old-fashioned a decade ago, now is on the runways. We personally think that it a good, not bad trend – big diversity of hairstyles means that people have more ways to highlight their unique personality, isn’t it awesome?

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Mens Urban Nineties Hair for Black Men

While the white guys are choosing 90’s spiky hair, black men have even more impressive options. Old hairstyles are often underestimated, especially considering the fact that their modern versions usually look fantastic. Just take a glance at these pics – dreadlocks, Afro, flat top, all these haircuts have already become classic, but, at the same time, they never go out of fashion, and if they do, they’re always coming back.

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Most Popular 90’s Haircuts with Bangs Coming Back

Why do we love bangs? They frame our faces, they make us look younger, and they look incredibly beautiful when we style them properly. However, there is also no denying the fact that we also hate them for a reason. They are really, really wayward. You can get up and find out that you’re looking like the movie star or realized that you can’t do anything to your wild bang that is trying to reach the sky. Nevertheless, they look gorgeous, and that’s why we wear them. There are a lot of cool hairstyles from the 90s that can be paired with flowers, headbands, and other cool accessories. Check out the trendiest versions of haircuts with long and short bangs and choose your own unique style!

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Female 90s Hairstyles: Bob, Pixie, Braids, Mini Buns

Different versions of bobs, braids, mini buns, and of course, pixies don’t go out of fashion. We have forgotten about some of them for a decade, but now they are trendy again. Mini buns, for instance, are not the most elegant hairstyle, but we can see the celebrities such as Rihanna wearing them both in their daily life and on the red carpet. Isn’t it a reason to turn your attention to them?

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