We all know Y2K has been trending for a minute and for good reason, it was such an iconic time. With the festive szn coming up, we found it only fitting that we share some #hairspo to help you serve into the new year. After all, new year, new hairstyle, right?
Starting off sparkly with the iconic hair gems. They’re cute, they’re easy and they bump up every and any look. Oh, and we made our own Hair Gem Machine because why wouldn’t you want to bedazzle your hair whenever, wherever?
All the funky buns
@luvyute Bella hadid inspired zigzag bun #bellahadid #bellahadidhairstyle #y2khairstyle #hairtutorials #foryou ♬ San Andreas - Radio Edit - Groove Delight
The variations are endless. We’re talking space buns, the zig zag bun and more. It’s a guaranteed fun look for your inner Y2K moment. It’s also the perfect hairstyle for when you haven’t had a chance to wash your hair.
The Hair Flip
No one ever said simple wasn't a serve. This is a classic way to add a little more oomph when you’re wearing your hair out. Flick the ends like you flick off your flakes ;).
Frame your face with a cute lil braid. An easy, quick look that'll look good on everyone. It'll take you to another level of fun. This look isn't limited to when your hair is down BTW, you can use braids to face frame with any hairstyle, that's the beauty of the baby braid.
The High Pony
Dirty, unwashed hair? Can’t relate. Slick that hair back and slay. Now the high pony isn’t exclusively Y2K energy however next time you wear one, we hope you channel your inner Elle Woods regardless.
Anything Lizzie McGuire
We couldn’t talk about Y2K hairstyles without mentioning the queen herself, Lizzie McGuire. Butterfly clips, crimping, claw clips and beyond. If Lizzie did it, you should too and the inspiration is endless.
Whether you’re heading to a festival, a house party or just want to try something new, it’s your time to serve. And every main character needs a soundtrack, here’s the ultimate GRWM playlist: