Who could forget the iconic trend that is the chunky highlighted tendrils of the early '90s and oughts? From Cindy Crawford to Geri Halliwell - it seems that everyone has had a go at this unexpected hair trend, and now we are happy to report: they're officially back.
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We're starting to see a variation of the rogue streak pop up on our favourite style makers, including Bella Hadid and Dua Lupa. The face-framing tendrils have also become a red carpet staple, sans chunky highlights. Everyone from Karlie Kloss to Ashley Graham has put their own soft spin on it, often opting for romantic curls.
Below, some of the different ways to have the trend inspire your next appointment.
Hadid, whose sartorial style is often influenced by the '90s, added a modern twist to the trend - pairing her straight side tendrils with a sleek bun.
The former Victoria's Secret angel demonstrates that chunky tendrils look beautiful tumbling from a high bun too.
For the 2020 Grammy's, Lipa's entire beauty look was inspired by the '90s - from her blue eyeshadow and neutral lips to her blonde face-framing fringe.
Graham goes full '90s with a high pony and curled side tendrils. Somehow, our '90s looks never turned out quite this good.
Simplistic, but oh so chic.