Y2K hair accessories – Brit + Co


As evidenced by comeback trends like fall bootcut jeans and summer halter tops, Y2K nostalgia has been on our minds this year, but we’re not limiting the cheeky aesthetic. to our wardrobes. Retro hair accessories and styles are here to complete the look, or offer an easy (and affordable) way to put your toes back in the era. From colorful claw clips to bubble braids and beyond, get the tools you need to test throwback styles, below.

Scunci Effortless Stretch Hair Combs ($ 10)

Our youngest would be ecstatic to know we’re wearing stretch comb headbands again – and who can blame us when they’re such an easy way to keep your hair (and overgrown bangs) out of your face?

Kitsch Set of 4 Hair Bobbins

Pack of 4 Kitsch Hair Coils ($ 5)

Hair coils are back on the runway, but luckily you don’t need a designer budget to get on the trend.


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You can also get the look of a more natural face frame without spending over $ 20.

Teenitor Transparent Elastic Hair Bands

Teenitor Sheer Elastic Hair Bands ($ 6)

Bubble braids are back, and there are so many creative ways to style them! With this endless supply of rubber bands, you can try them all.

Free People Plain Hair Scarf

Free People Solid Hair Scarf ($ 28)

Thanks to an added elastic band, scarves are easier to wear and keep in place. Pick one in a rich color for fall.

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David R. Brewer

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