The aughts are back.
The ‘90s are back, but don’t forget the 2000s. While seeing a celebrity rocking a ‘90s-era hairstyle feels common now, you can still find some aughts-inspired looks. These 11 celebrities’ 2000s hairstyles serve major nostalgia.
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Billie Eilish may be blonde now, but with her lime green roots and black hair, she was totally channeling the aughts’ trend of a two-toned ‘do (remember Christina Aguilera’s signature look?).
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Remember when everyone wore a low side pony in the ‘00s? Jessica Alba brought back the nostalgic style (and proved it’s still chic) at a red carpet event in 2013.
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Emma Stone’s deep side bangs (and blonde hair) are a major departure from her current red look, but she rocked this ‘00 trend well into the early ‘10s.
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At the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards, Zendaya brought back a very ‘00s-style ‘do: choppy layers with flipped-out ends.
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Hailee Steinfeld’s mix of straight hair with wavy pieces at a 2019 Louis Vuitton event is reminiscent of the Olsen twins’ iconic ‘00s hairstyles.
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Taylor Swift’s shaggy bob from the 2016 BMI Awards Show is definitely a modern take on the flipped-up ends and multi-layered cuts of the ‘00s.
Bella Hadid’s brightly colored highlights may be placed at the front of her face, but they’re reminiscent of the clip-in, colorful extensions of the ‘00s.
Kim Kardashian gave serious 2000s vibes when she fully crimped her hair for a Skims photoshoot in Jan. 2021.
Margot Robbie’s voluminous, sleek poof at the 2019 premiere of Once Upon A Time In Hollywood is definitely a cousin of the Snookie hair bump you were used to in the 2000s.
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Remember frying your hair within an inch of its life with a flat iron in the aughts? Lily Colins’ pin-straight look at the 2018 Breakthrough Prize event serves that whole vibe.
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Why choose between a middle and a side part when you can go zigzag? Julianne Hough brought back the 2000s-style look at the 2015 American Music Awards (and made it look really cool).