The 90s gave us some exciting hairstyles. One of them is now making a big comeback.
Would you have thought that the flashy trends of the 90s would come back again? But it happened and so for some time now you can find countless trends from the 90s and 2000s under the term Y2K - of course in a modern, adapted form. It's not just in social networks that people love the trends, stars like Dua Lipa, Billie Eilish, and Bella Hadid are fans too. After baby braids, tendril hair, and colorful hair clips, a new 90s hairstyle is celebrating its comeback: the spiky bun.
Spiky Bun means something like a prickly bun and is a welcome change from the classic version. At first glance, it looks like a messy bun, as many people wear it in a similarly wild manner. However, with the Spiky Bun, the ends of the hair point forward towards the forehead like spikes. That gives it that special 90ies touch. It is suitable for the casual home office look but can also be worn at a party or even in the office.
In order to create an even clearer contrast and thus emphasize the spikes, even more, most people style the spiky bun extremely smooth at the front and the bun itself, and especially the ends, all the more wild and voluminous. Optionally, two short strands can be left hanging out at the front. The rest of the hair is pulled together strictly in a high ponytail, sometimes combed back with gel. Then a messy bun or normal bun is formed and fixed with a hair elastic. As already mentioned, it is important that the tips point forward. If necessary, simply pull it forward a little, tease it and fix it with gel and hairspray.
If you want to dare the full 90s look, style it with wide baggy jeans, a crop top, and sneakers.