From hip jeans to bucket hats: The 1990s brought about a number of trends that for a long time we only thought of with gritted teeth and frowns. Never again! That was our judgment at the time.
But if there is a golden rule in fashion, it is this: Never say never. The same applies of course to beauty trends that we actually buried with the Miss Sixty jeans back then.
So we would never have thought it possible that these short hairstyles would celebrate a comeback. But Kaia and Co. have dug them up again - and of course, the stylists of the stars have "dusted" the cuts a little to adapt them to the new year. Still, these hairstyle trends seem pretty familiar to us ...
What would the 90s have been like without boy bands like the Backstreet Boys, including a pot cut, of course?
A return of this short hairstyle has been announced for some time. But thanks to stars like Demi Lovato, we're hit harder than ever - and the bowl cut is likely to become one of the most important hairstyle trends of the next season.
We've been seeing the shag for long hair for several years. The term describes a stepped fringe cut - often styled with curls and bangs.
Now all the girls who have shorter hair or who want a short hairstyle get a chance. Because the Short Shag is also back from the 90s.
Barbie hair and a long ponytail? You can forget. This cut is the counter-trend of everything that comes from Hollywood right now and a small rebellion against the "perfectly fitting hairstyle" à la Kim Kardashian and Co.
One of the biggest icons from the 90s is for sure Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain. The hallmark of demolition that grunge stood for back then: uncombed hair that was worn roughly the length of bob and was often colored brightly.
In 2021 things will be a little more orderly - but the bright colors are still back. A current example is model Kaia Gerber. But actress Maisie Williams also loves the combination of length and color experiments.