Ahhh, the noughties. What a time for our hair. It was BUSY.
In between discovering the absolute joy that was Diva and Supre, and trying to figure out why a tube top x knee-length denim skirt just looked SO GOOD together, we somehow found the time to try every. single. hair trend.
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Even just *thinking* about tendrils, bandanas and quiffs is enough to throw you way back into the days of MySpace, heavy eyeliner and Von Dutch trucker hats. And I suspect some of you may be feeling a little nostalgic since you're also here reminiscing with us.
REMEMBER WHEN HEADBANDS WERE COOL.
So, on that note, let's take a look at all the hair trends we tried to pull off in the 2000s.
C'mon on, EVERYONE is familiar with this style - and you'd totally be lying if you said you didn't try this at least once.
While this style *screams* rockabilly vibes, for a reason unbeknownst to us, it was SUCH a huge trend during the late noughties.
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Found at every high school, shopping centre and netball court, the quiff was such a freakin' ~lewk~.
Characterised by burnt-straight hair, the beloved quiff was teased up high and pinned to the top of your dome with approximately 789 bobby pins. Sometimes you could even do the ponytail x quiff combo because VERSATILE.