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The early 2000s were a great time for hairstyles. So much experimentation with color, curls, and bangs. If you didn’t have one of these hairstyles back in the day, you definitely knew someone who did. And you were jealous of them.

1. Wavy and Pinned Back on the Side

Celeb inspo: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

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2. A Combo of Curled and Crimped

Celeb inspo: Britney Spears

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3. Aaliyah Bangs

Celeb inspo: Aaliyah

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4. Face-Framing Layers With Piecey Bangs

Celeb inspo: Hilary Duff

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5. Anything With a Bandana

Celeb inspo: Kiely Williams

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6. Super-Straight Strands With Random Curls

Celeb inspo: Avril Lavigne

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7. Flipped Out on the Ends

Celeb inspo: Gabrielle Union

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8. Ponytail With Bangs Pulled Back in a Tiny Clip

Celeb inspo: Lindsay Lohan

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9. Spiky Curls

Celeb inspo: Halle Berry

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10. Zigzag Part

Celeb inspo: Christina Aguilera

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11. Tree Braids

Celeb inspo: Brandy

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12. Sideswept Bangs That Cover Your Eyes

Celeb inspo: Nicole Richie

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13. The Poof

Celeb inspo: Lauren Conrad

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14. Curled at the Roots, Straight on the Ends

Celeb inspo:Mya

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15. Choppy Bangs With Lots of Layers

Celeb inspo:Ashlee Simpson

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16. Side Ponytails With Slouchy Beanies

Celeb inspo: J.Lo

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17. Single Braids With Crimped Ends

Celeb inspo: Beyoncé

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18. Pulled Back With Tiny Strands in the Front

Celeb inspo: Amanda Bynes

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19. Curly Ponytail With Straight Bangs

Celeb inspo: Rihanna

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20. Accessorized With Butterfly Clips

Celeb inspo: Tyra Banks

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21. Chunky Highlights

Celeb inspo: Kelly Clarkson

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22. Blonde on Top, Brunette Underneath

Celeb inspo: Jessica Simpson

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23. Twisted Updo With Bangs

Celeb inspo: Meagan Good

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15 Hairstyles We Couldn't Get Enough Of In The 2000s

What a time, what a throwback.

Apr 28, 2020 5:33am
What is it about the 2000s that keeps us eternally reminiscing?
Sure, staying home to flatten the curve may have us bingeing our favourite noughties shows for comfort, but there's arguably a rose-coloured glasses situation going on—especially when it comes to reflecting back on our (often questionable) 2000s hairstyles.

2000s Hairstyles: 15 Haircuts & Colours We All Had

Alas, who are we to fight the nostalgia when it strikes? In the interest of transporting us back to a simpler time, we've rounded up 15 hairstyles that just about every Australian girl tried in the noughties.
From the good, to the bad, to the let's-never-do-this-again, scroll on to see them all.

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Brown Under Blonde

The celebrity muse: Jessica Simpson

Hairdressers everywhere are likely still shuddering over the strange brown-under-bleach-blonde phase that we all went through in the '00s. (Remember when people would tie their hair in ponytails and you could see the distinct line separating the hues?). And while Dua Lipa may have brought the two-colour hair trend back (and really does own it), we're probably just going to stick to our balayage, thank you very much.

Crimping Meets Curls

The celebrity muses: Britney Spears, Hilary Duff's Lizzie McGuire

Was this style a hot mess? Yes. Did we love every second of rocking this hot mess? You bet. Although we'd like to think we'd never revive this questionable combination of crimping and curls again, we probably would if it meant it would take us out of the fresh hell that is 2020 and send us back to 2000-and-whenever.

Side Pinned Waves

The celebrity muses: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

Ah, the side pinned back waves (bonus points if your pinned strands were actually plaits!). This look was arguably peak Olsen Twins era, well before Mary-Kate and Ashley began retreating from public life to become the fashion icons they are today.

Stripey Two-Tone Highlights

The celebrity muse: Beyoncé, Christina Aguilera, Kelly Clarkson and more

Although technically a 'colour' and not a 'style', no 2000s hair list would be complete without a nod to the 'crimped hair meets '90s two-tone strands' that Beyoncé made cool early in the era.

Lots Of (Very Spaced Out) Layers

The celebrity muse: Ashlee Simpson, Blake Lively, Ashley Tisdale and more

What was it about the 2000s that made us go ham with layers? And not just layers, but really spaced-out, ultra-long and short layers that gave off major mullet vibes? Add this to the list of 'things we think about in the middle of the night'.

Bandanas All Day, Every Day

The celebrity muse: Christina Aguilera

The trend? Bandana 'dos. The year? 2001. The occasion? All the flipping time. That said, after re-looking at a picture of a baby-faced Christina Aguilera sporting the style, can you really blame us? We think not.

Wispy Fringes

The celebrity muse: Hilary Duff

Make no mistake, wispy fringes are still a 'thing' (especially of the 'French girl' variety), but the 2000s version was on a whole other level. A level we'd like to leave in the 2000s.

The Pouf (also known as 'The Bump')

The celebrity muses: Lauren Conrad, Beyoncé, Ashley Tisdale and more

In the words of Chandler Bing: our time machine works! If any one hairstyle was going to propel us back to the era of Ugg Boots worn with track pants, we dare say, it would have to be 'The Pouf'. Also known as 'The Bump'—and in some parts of Australia, 'The Quiff'—this perfect-when-your-fringe-is-misbehaving look will get no disrespect from us, because frankly, we're still fans. Make no mistake, this look has the potential to be oddly flattering, and even current day It-girls are giving it a go (CC: Florence Pugh).

Face-Covering Side Fringes

The celebrity muse: Nicole Richie, Lauren Conrad, Lindsay Lohan, just about everyone

In the 2000s, there were fringes, and then there were swallow-your-face-whole side bangs, which, let's be real, we all gave a whirl.

Super Straight Hair With Random Waves

The celebrity muse: Avril Lavigne

Again, what was with our need to sport two hairstyles at once? Much like the crimped-and-curled duet, combining super straight hair with random waves was oddly popular back then, and knowing beauty trend cycles, we shudder to think that it'll probably come back.

Curls-Gone-Straight

The celebrity muses: Mya, the Olsen twins, and more

Say whatever you will about it today, the whole 'curls with straight ends' style was a 'lewk' back in the 2000s, and we definitely dabbled in it more than once!

Pin Straight Strands

The celebrity muse: Beyoncé, Avril Lavigne, Hilary Duff and more

You know what happened in the 2000s? We all discovered straighteners, that's what happened. And while the style is technically timeless, there was something especially 'cool girl' about us 'experiencing' it in the early aughts.

The 'Aaliyah' fringe

The celebrity muse: Aaliyah (obviously)

A true '90s and 2000s queen, Aaliyah's mystique-making ultra-sleek side fringe had us all heading to the hairdressers.

The Zig-Zag Part

The celebrity muse: Christina Aguilera, Mandy Moore and Blake Lively

When centre or side parts got a little too boring, the zig-zag part was the only option. Sported by the likes of Christina Aguilera, Mandy Moore and Blake Lively, the jagged parting created the illusion of more volume (especially when paired with those chunky highlights).

Free Flowing Front Strands

The celebrity muse: Amanda Bynes

A remnant of the '90s, the 2000s front strands were often paired with a ponytail or up-do, and even though they often looked so deliberately 'put there', somehow they became the epitome of effortless cool-girl hair. Go figure?

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    The early 2000s were a great time for hairstyles. So much experimentation with color, curls, and bangs. If you didn't have one of these hairstyles back in the day, you definitely knew someone who did. And you were jealous of them.

    1. Wavy and Pinned Back on the Side

    Celeb inspo: Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen

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    2. A Combo of Curled and Crimped

    Celeb inspo: Britney Spears

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    3. Aaliyah Bangs

    Celeb inspo: Aaliyah

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    4. Face-Framing Layers With Piecey Bangs

    Celeb inspo: Hilary Duff

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    5. Anything With a Bandana

    Celeb inspo: Kiely Williams

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    6. Super-Straight Strands With Random Curls

    Celeb inspo: Avril Lavigne

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    7. Flipped Out on the Ends

    Celeb inspo: Gabrielle Union

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    8. Ponytail With Bangs Pulled Back in a Tiny Clip

    Celeb inspo: Lindsay Lohan

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    9. Spiky Curls

    Celeb inspo: Halle Berry

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    10. Zigzag Part

    Celeb inspo: Christina Aguilera

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    11. Tree Braids

    Celeb inspo: Brandy

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    12. Sideswept Bangs That Cover Your Eyes

    Celeb inspo: Nicole Richie

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    13. The Poof

    Celeb inspo: Lauren Conrad

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    14. Curled at the Roots, Straight on the Ends

    Celeb inspo:Mya

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    15. Choppy Bangs With Lots of Layers

    Celeb inspo:Ashlee Simpson

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    16. Side Ponytails With Slouchy Beanies

    Celeb inspo: J.Lo

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    17. Single Braids With Crimped Ends

    Celeb inspo: Beyoncé

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    18. Pulled Back With Tiny Strands in the Front

    Celeb inspo: Amanda Bynes

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    19. Curly Ponytail With Straight Bangs

    Celeb inspo: Rihanna

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    20. Accessorized With Butterfly Clips

    Celeb inspo: Tyra Banks

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    21. Chunky Highlights

    Celeb inspo: Kelly Clarkson

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    22. Blonde on Top, Brunette Underneath

    Celeb inspo: Jessica Simpson

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    23. Twisted Updo With Bangs

    Celeb inspo: Meagan Good

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    This “Ugly” Hair Color Trend From 2002 Is Making A Comeback

    It may feel like it was just yesterday when you were rocking side bangs, piecey layers, and streaky highlights. And although it was two decades ago that hairstyles from the early 2000s were really in their prime, they're already starting to recirculate (Dua Lipa's chunky highlights, anyone?). While you might consider your dramatic side bang from 2004 to be nothing more than a cringeworthy memory — many of these styles are back, baby, and being looked at in a fresh new light.

    When you think of the looks that stick out most from the years of butterfly necklaces and Bath & Body roll-on glitter, styles like intentionally unblended highlights, half-up hair bumps, and layers on layers are probably the first that come to mind. And courtesy of several celebrities, some are beginning to creep their way back in.

    Stars like Dua Lipa, Jennifer Lopez, and Kim Kardashian adopted streaky highlights this year during quarantine, which can easily be attributed to the likes of Kelly Clarkson, and even Lopez's early aughts self. And the kinds of layers that have been seen on Selena Gomez and Meghan Markle as of late could be found on celebrities like Britney Spears and Brenda Song just a decade or two back.

    Ahead, you'll find a roundup of the best hairstyles from the time when pink hair dye wasn't a common trend, but rather a super *edgy* statement and layers were a-plenty.

    High Ponytails

    High ponytails hadn't been much of a thing since the '50s. Ponytails, sure, but not ones sitting pretty at the crown of celebrities' heads. This particularly silky ponytail on Beyoncé mixes two 2000s trends — the height and the side bang. Even today, the high ponytail trend is still going strong. The only thing that's changed is that they seem to only be getting longer (think: Ariana Grande and Doja Cat).

    Choppy Layers

    Choppy layers and wispy bangs were everywhere in the 2000s and Spears, who rotated through some fantastic outfits, makeup, and hairstyles once the millennium started, was one star who knew how to exactly pull off this look. The blunt edges of the layers help distinguish it from your usual, subtly trimmed layers that are more common today.

    Chunky Highlights

    If you've fallen hard for chunky highlights, you won't need to look any further for inspiration than Clarkson's take on them. The color, which she rocked at the American Idol Season 1 Finale in 2002, was composed of a dark black base with bleach blonde pieces woven around the crown. After witnessing a dye job this good, you can see why stars like Lopez, Kardashian, and Lipa thought it was worth trying out again in 2020. It really doesn't get more early aughts than this.

    Wavy Blowouts

    J.Lo's blowout at the Third Annual Teen Choice Awards is the most perfect early aughts rendition of a hairstyle that swept the '70s, but got a refresh in the 2000s. While Farrah Fawcett rocked a heavily hairsprayed set of blown-out waves, the early aughts version looks a bit more undone and soft. This type of style is spiking in popularity and has most recently been seen on Rita Ora.

    Braids With Curly Or Crimped Ends

    The microbraids that Raven-Symoné is wearing here are emblematic of a look that was prevalent in the early aughts: mixing braids with other styles. This gorgeous combination of curls and waves on the former Cheetah Girl is an iconic example, but there were many stars who rocked a similar look, like Beyoncé, who even took it a step further into '00s styles by sometimes wearing crimped ends.

    Pulled-Back Poufs

    Anyone else remember Bumpits? The 2000s seemed riddled with them, or at least hairstyles that appeared to be using the accessory. Conrad's look here was a popular one among stars during this decade, and she, Duff, and Nicole Richie were some of the celebrities most frequently found with a variation of this half-up 'do.

    Side Bangs

    Straight across, blunt bangs had nothing on the side-swept wispy bangs that lasted all of the early 2000s. Song's version during the 2005 Life & Style Magazine Presents Stylemakers had a few sparse highlights and was mussed up ever so slightly for a bit of an edgier vibe. While many celebrities have been cutting their own symmetrical fringe in 2020, a few opted for a layered side bang like hers, including Bella Hadid.

    Colorful Highlights

    Duff was rocking hot pink in 2005, 15 years before the masses began dyeing their strands this color. Back then, this certainly would've been considered a punk rock style, and now, colorful hair is arguably a norm.

    Spiky Pixie Cuts

    Pixie cuts made a resurgence in the millennium, and Rihanna's 2007 version is a picture-perfect example. Whether it's spiky and gelled like Halle Berry had or beautifully swept over like Rih's, short lengths were equally as trendy as long ones during this decade.

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    Hairstyles 2000s

    The 2000s are back, baby. As you may recall, it was an era defined by low-rise pants, fuzzy pink everything, and AOL instant messenger. (Do you remember your first screen name or are you normal?) Some of the most iconic and still-talked-about fashion moments of all time happened during this period and we're still feeling the reverb to this day. Another area of excellence from the 2000s that still informs our lives? The hairstyles.

    From chunky highlights to braided antennas and, of course, spiky buns galore, the go-to hairstyles from this time were truly something special. And the queens of the cool girls like Hilary Duff, Raven-Symoné, the Olsen twins, and Jennifer Lopez (yes, she's been killing it for decades!) were serving up daily inspiration for executing all the crimps, curls, and colors.

    If you're feeling nostalgic, keep scrolling for 11 2000s hairstyles we would low-key wear today, along with some updated styles to try if you don't want to throw it all the way back. Our favorites, ahead!

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    There is nothing that the world of beauty loves more than a throwback trend to get excited about. And with the pandemic pressing pause on everyday life, it comes as little surprise that we are collectively seeking solace in the comfort and familiarity of the past. While there are some Y2K trends we’d all rather forget about—think tiger-striped highlights or frosted tips—there are others that have been receiving a modern-day facelift. Ahead, all the comeback hair trends from the early aughts that you’ll definitely spot in your high school photo albums. Next stop: scarf tops and baguette bags.

    High ponytail

    Flip through the pages of history, and you’ll find that sky-high ponytails have been swinging around since the ’50s. Fast forward to a few decades later, and you’d have found them perched on the crown of every romcom cheerleader during the early aughts. Just ask Reese Witherspoon, took hers textured and teased out for maximum volume when she delivered her iconic line, “What, like it’s hard?” in Legally Blonde

    If you’re looking to bring the look into the present decade, Khushi Kapoor recommends swapping the face-framing layers in favour of a slicked back look. And if you are feeling bold, follow Kim Kardashian’s lead and serve yours with flipped out ends—another hallmark from the Aughts.

    Hair clips

    Root around deep enough in your old drawers, and chances are you’ll snag your nail on a tic-tac clip (or 10) stashed away with your high school memorabilia. Spotted on many a 2000s icon, hair embellishments ran the gamut from dainty florals to rhinestone-studded numbers. 

    In its newest iteration, hair clips can be found pinned on either side of middle-parted hair for vintage-inflected chic or swiped on as a finishing touch to ponytails.

    Baby braids

    If your stay-at-home hairstyle repertoire could use an update after a year spent indoors, look to Lizzie McGuire-approved baby braids for your next Zoom party. Heavily frequented by teen idols of the Aughts, micro plaits once served as your one-stop guide to high school chic. Cut to modern-day, and they can be found framing the faces of everyone from Hailey Bieber to Gigi Hadid. While the former chose to give hers an added lift at the front, the latter opted for a face-framing iteration of bubble braids to subtly accentuate her visage. 

    For those feeling the nostalgia, there are several 2000s-friendly embellishments to dress up these accent braids—from pop-coloured elastics to butterfly clips.

    Poker straight hair

    Few things can take you back in time quicker than the smell of heated hair after a round with the flat iron. Worn poker straight to curtain the face on both sides, flat-ironed looks quickly became a favourite with socialites and celebrities for a night of glamour. While textured hairdos have ruled the trend charts for the past decade, pin-straight hair is starting to make its presence felt again. For further cues, look to Priyanka Chopra Jonas who recently stepped on the Billboard Music Awards red carpet in a gilded Dolce and Gabbana gown with her hair worn stick-straight till her waist.

    Bandanas

    If you grew up in the 2000s and didn’t match your bandana to your outfit du jour, you likely had a few points docked off your cool cred. While socialites took theirs everywhere from the red carpet to glamorous getaways, girls-next-door around the world followed suit for covering up second-day hair. It comes as little surprise that bandanas have witnessed a fresh lease of life during the quarantine of the past year as the lazy girl’s go-to for looking Zoom-ready in two ticks. If you’d like to sidestep the kitschy prints of your teenage years though, pop icon Dua Lipa recommends reaching for a silk scarf instead for an elevated nod to the trend.

    Two-toned hair

    Also filed under every teenager’s rebel phase, dual-toned hair was all the rage during the aughts. Unlike most hair colour trends that pair harmonious hues together, the key here was to opt for contrasting colours for shock and awe—think Christina Aguilera’s multi-toned locks teamed with choppy layers. 

    Space buns

    Princess Leia’s lasting influence on pop culture can be determined by the fact that space buns never really went out of style. After spending many years on the indie scene, they are now being delivered to the mainstream spotlight with an E-girl-approved edge. 

    While Jennifer Lopez gave hers a wet look finish, your styling choices range from face-framing tendrils to boxer braids for an athleisure-friendly twist.

    Also read:

    5 celeb-approved hairstyles you can recreate in less than 10 minutes

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