These 2000S Updos By Heidi Klum, Jennifer Lopez (J.lo) And Co. Are The Hair Inspiration We Need Now
It's getting nostalgic: We're showing you 14-star hairstyles from the 00s that we'd like to wear again right now.
Updos: These were the hairstyle trends of the 00s
Have you got the spaghetti strap top, the low-slung jeans, and the micro-bag? Then the next step for the Y2K makeover follows the updo! From the late 1990s to the mid-1990s, you could see them in very different varieties everywhere.
We show you 14 updos from the turn of the millennium that was worn by stars like Naomi Campbell, Jennifer Lopez, and Halle Berry and that may inspire you to reach for hairpins and hairspray again yourself. Here we go!
It wasn't just Jennifer Aniston's "Rachel" hairstyle that was a big trend in the 90s. Her updos with side parting and loose strands were also very well received.
Every woman in the 00s tried this look at least once. When we saw Halle Berry's hairstyle at a film premiere in 1998, we'd love to try again.
Quite apart from the snake, this look is a real hit: Heidi Klum with a 90s updo with fanned-out hair tips.
Elizabeth Hurley with half-open hair: The top section of hair is tied in a high ponytail, while the rest of the hair falls over the shoulders. This makes the ponytail look particularly long.
This Britney Spears hairstyle from 2002 is also a Y2K classic: a low ponytail with long, loose sections of hair and honey blonde strands.
Claudia Schiffer with a simple bun. For a little more pep, individual strands were pulled out to create a fan effect.
Do like Beyoncé at the 2001 Teen Choice Awards and wear a side ponytail topped, of course, with a sun-yellow flower.
Alicia Silverstone's personal style deserves the same attention as the "Clueless" character she played, Cher Horowitz. A good example? That typical 90s updo. ("Alexa, add butterfly clips to my shopping list.")
This Catherine Zeta-Jones hairstyle blends old Hollywood with Y2K kitsch. Have the hairspray ready for a flawless finish.
Sarah Jessica Parker
The quickest and easiest way to create a Y2K style hairstyle is to pull strands of hair from the front section of the updo and let them fall loosely over your face - just like Sarah Jessica Parker did in 1997.
Nicole Kidman with a more romantic twist on Y2K hairstyling.
As Jennifer Lopez proved at the 1998 MTV Movie Awards, nothing adorns an updo like sparkling hair clips.
Naomi Campbell at the BAFTAs 2000 with a textbook updo for the noughties. Her hair was twisted at the nape of the neck and pinned up in a bun at the top. In addition, a fringed pony loosened up the look.
Pamela Anderson with platinum blonde hair that was pinned up in individual, curly sections.