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6 Early 2000s Beauty Trends Totally Worth Revisiting This Summer

Bring on the chunky hair streaks, please.

The early 2000s. What a time to be alive and to experience to Christina Aguilera’s Dirrty era and Lancôme Juicy Tubes for the first time. It’s 20 years later and we still can’t stop thinking about these chaotic Y2K looks. If you didn’t get around to trying some of these trends back in the day, consider this summer the perfect time to go for it.

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Early 2000s Beauty Trend: Crimped Waves

This is the zig-zag texture that defined an era.

Update the look with a larger iron that delivers easy mermaid waves with less heat damage.

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Early 2000s Beauty Trend: Super Blushed Cheeks

In the early aughts, ultra-girly beauty was in, and so was bright pink blush.

Taking a heavier hand with blush can amplify a sun-kissed glow.

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Early 2000s Beauty Trend: Chunky Hair Streaks

The number one rule for hair color was the streakier the better, baby.

There’s no better time to experiment with a bold hair than summertime. DIY it a home with a semi-permanent dye.

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Early 2000s Beauty Trend: Bright Colored Eyeliner

There was no such thing as “too much” eyeliner.

Colorful eyeliner has been trending again for a while now, but change it up by lining only the bottoms lids with a bright pencil like Avril.

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Early 2000s Beauty Trend: Spiky Messy Up-Dos

Spiky hair-dos walked so that the messy bun could run.

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Channel your inner ’00s socialite and sweep your hair into an up-do with this marble butterfly clip.

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Early 2000s Beauty Trend: Glossy Lips

It was all about the lip product that inspired Lil Mama’s iconic 2008 hit, “Lip Gloss”. It’s poppin’.

A glossy lip will never go out of style. Trade in your stand-offish matte lipstick for an enticing, shiny look.