Social media predicts the pouf from the 2000s as the trend hairstyle for 2022.
Some styles from yesteryear are obvious and others feel like an accident in slow motion - like the pouf hairstyle. The thing for all it girls of the '00s. All our darlings, such as Mary-Kate Olsen, Beyonce, Hilary Duff, and Paris Hilton wore the trendy hairstyle on the red carpet back then.
For everyone who doesn't know what the term "pouf" means: back in the 2000s, it was fashionable to backcomb your bangs and pin them back with a very voluminous hair clip. But now to the crucial news: together with low-rise jeans, thin eyebrows, Juicy Couture and Co., the Y2K trend hairstyle is now making its way into the present.
Recently, many influencers have been spotted with trendy hairstyles that look extremely similar to the pouf from 2003. On TikTok, a user even said the hairstyle would be back in 2022 after influencer Matilda Djerf tucked her bangs back into a subtle pouf in an Instagram snap. But see for yourself:
We once collected evidence as to why she could be right: Djerf already made curtain bangs socially acceptable again with her 70s hairstyle with voluminous bangs. In addition, the trend hairstyle makes perfect sense, since many of us are just letting the bangs grow out again - the optimal prerequisite for the pouf hairstyle. Bella Hadid and BFF Devon Lee Carlson also sported extreme Y2K outfits while out and about in New York recently. Hadid wore side bangs and Carlson opted for a mini pouf.
So one thing is clear to us: the pouf is becoming a trendy hairstyle again! However, there's no reason to hype it up as you did in the '00s - unless that's how you like it! However, the 2022 version of the hairstyle is a little more understated and totally cool with the right hair clips.