Love ‘em or hate ‘em there are just certain hairstyles that are iconic, and there’s no better place to track the trends of the time than at red carpet events. The hairstyles at the ‘00s Emmy Awards really capture the decade, for better or for worse. You can’t blame these celebs for their hairstyles of the past, because even though we may cringe at them now, because at the time they were super popular.
Celebrities such as Jennifer Aniston and Kristen Bell and everyone in between were totally caught trending in terms of their hair in the ‘00s. These celebs rocked everything from side-swept bangs to curls only at the bottom, which were so typical for the time. I mean, these hairdos must have been in — they wore them on the red carpet, no less.
In terms of really nailing it for the era, some A-listers did it better than others. Take a look at nine of the most ‘00s looks worn at the Emmy Awards. Reminisce fondly or completely block it out after you see it, it’s up to you. But, like it or not, we all wore our hair like this during these years. Hey, it was the 2000s, after all. Get with the times, you know?
1. Sarah Jessica Parker
With loose curls only at the bottom of her hair, she is nailing this '00s trend because everybody wanted to be like Carrie Bradshaw.
2. Christina Hendricks
Loose curls and a bob cut? This lady was on-trend.
3. Oprah Winfrey
Volumized bangs and flipped out hair is definitely a look we saw a lot of during these years.
4. Katherine Heigl
This slight bump or coif in the front of her head... yeah, I'm definitely guilty of trying to pull that off.
5. Jennifer Aniston
These beachy waves weren't the easiest to master, though many tried. Everybody wanted to be like Rachel.
6. Jennifer Garner
A messy updo was so 13 Going On 30 and so '00s.
7. Kristen Bell
Side-swept bangs were so in back then.
8. Hayden Panettiere
Some volume in the front and a bun in the back. Yep, that was definitely a thing.
9. Courtney Cox
Messy up 'do and side-swept bangs. It doesn't get more '00s than that.
Remembering these styles, now? Yeah. I thought so.