Everyone knows that if you wait long enough, all the vintage hairstyles return on-trend. Here we have found you so many trendy 90s hairstyle for women to try out. Which hairstyles do you remember from the 90s? The crimped hair look is definitely one of the more trendy looks that were born in the 90s and have come back.
The messy bun and the blowout hairstyle are a few more ’90s hairstyles you must try. Hair clips and accessories are also a huge deal that is being worn more and more nowadays. So get ready to find your perfect chic, and trendy 90s hairstyle try out in 2022.
1. 90s Blowout Hairstyle
First up is this beautiful 90s blowout hairstyle. Here she has a mid-length trim with her blowout style but ladies with all lengths can pull this style off easily all you need is a blow dryer and a big brush.
2. 90s Sleek Bun Hairstyle
Up next is this hairstyle that was so popular back in the day with rock stars and Hollywood A-listers. We are calling this look a 90’s sleek bun hairstyle. Make sure to pull a few strands on the front and style some of the bun spiky in the back.
3. 90s Undercut Bob
This short hairstyle is perfect for those long and hot summer days. Here she is wearing a beautiful 90’s undercut bob hairstyle. To get this look start with a shorter length in the back and it gradually gets longer towards the front.
4. 90s Flipped Bob Cut
Flipped out here is a totally 90’s vibe that has come back around and is right on trend again. To get this style flip the front section out towards the face and flip your curtain bangs back for a flawless flipped-out style.
5. 90’s Choppy Hair with Layers
Layered and choppy hair has come back full circle and is right on the style again. Here she has kept the hair right above the shoulders with choppy layers added throughout. Wear it straight or add a few curls and you are going to love the way you look.
6. 90’s Curly Hair with Little Pony
Wow, this beautiful hairstyle is full of volume and life with pretty curls. To get this style to add two small pigtails on the top for a flawless look.
7. 90s Low Ponytail Hairstyle
Here is a beautiful hairstyle for all the ladies out there with long and wavy hairstyles. Here she is wearing a pretty low ponytail with a few strands pulled out in the front.
8. 90’s Chic Textured Low Bun
If you need a fast, beautiful, and efficient hairstyle to wear around, then this 90’s chic textured low bun. Add a few highlights to your style to create texture throughout your style.
9. 90s Shaggy Short Hair
Shaggy hairstyles were so popular back in the day and girls who are looking for an edgy look are giving the short shaggy style a shot. Be sure to add a thin fringe in and style the hair with a few messy curls and you are all set.
10. 90s Fluffy Shag Hairstyle
Up next is a style that is best for women with thick hair. We are calling this beautiful look a 90’s fluffy shag hair with long layers and curtain bangs. Wear this straight or curly either way you are going to look amazing.
11. 90s Hairstyle Angled Bob Cut
This angled bob hairstyle is such a fresh and trendy way to wear your hair. An angled bob is a style that will keep your hair shorter in the back and longer in the front. Try curling your hair in towards your face to complete this beautiful style.
12. 90’s Short Crimped Hair with Bangs
Here is a crimped hair look that we were telling about. She has added crimps all over but kept her fringe straight for a beautiful contrast.
13. 90s Hairstyle High Updo Bun
Here is an updo style with a thick bun and two lovely strands pulled and curled in the front. You could wear this style to a party or just run around and you will love how you look.
14. 90s Big Bantu Knots Hairstyle
Bantu knots are always a fun hairstyle to wear and give you a punk vibe. Here they have parted the hair in 5 even sections and twisted them up into flawless Bantu knots.
15. 90s Modern Shag Hairstyle
One of the best things about bringing back vintage styles is that there are always ways to modernize these looks. She is wearing a modern 90s shag hairstyle with layers framed around the face for a flawless finish.
16. 90s Hairstyle Baby Blunt Bangs
This beautiful girl is wearing blunt baby bangs with a few layers around her face. She also added blonde highlights throughout to add texture to this fabulous style.
17. 90s Hairstyle Blonde Double Bun
If you are looking for a seriously beautiful party hairstyle, this double bun look would be perfect. To get this look, part your hair down the middle and twist your hair into two even buns, but be sure to pull the hair out in the front and you are all set.
18. 90s Tiny Braids Hairstyle
Here is a two-toned look with tiny braids right above her pretty bangs. This is such a ’90s style that is going to love wearing any time of the year.
19. 90s Hairstyle Layered Cut with Fringe
This big and beautiful look has long layers with a short and thin fringe. Add in a few messy curls to get the look in the photo above.
20. 90s Hairstyle Split and Dye Crimped Bob
Bob hairstyles will always be popular with women who are looking for a short hairstyle. Here she is wearing her hair split in two with hot pink on one side and the other sporting a lovely orange hue. Do not forget to crimp your style to get the vibe of this style.
21. 90s Middle Part Hairstyle
This style screams 90’s. Here she is wearing a middle-part hairstyle with a few long layers that are flipped in and out for a fabulous and natural-looking hairstyle for women.
22. 90s Baby Ponytail Hairstyle
The spice girls were some of the most iconic women in the 90s. This double pigtail was baby spice’s go-to stage style and has come back and is on trend again.
23. 90s Crimped Hair with Braids
Crimped hair can be done on all lengths of hair. Here she has also paired her crimped hair with two tiny braids that frame her face and look so retro.
24. 90s Bombshell Hairstyle
Who doesn’t want to look like a bombshell? This beautiful lady above is wearing her hair long with plenty of layers and long curtain bangs. Be sure to add a few waves or curls throughout to get the volume and style of this bombshell 90s style.
25. 90’s Inspired Bun
If you can believe it, women in the 90s were wearing fake hair in their buns to create this lovely chic bun. It was even popular to wear this style in different colors and pigtails as well.
26. 90’s Textured Copper Hairstyle Updo Bun
Buns were a very popular updo to wear back in the day. Here she has her textured copper hair curled and pulled back into a beautiful bun. She left her bangs out and one chunky piece to frame the face, which looks beautiful.
27. 90’s Vintage Hairstyle with Flower Clip
Hair clips were one of the best ways to hold your hair back, and here she went with a vintage flower clip. To get this style, curl the bottom of your hair up in and tight and find some vintage clips, you will love your retro style.
28. 90’s Voluminous Curly Hair
Next is a style for all the ladies with naturally curly hair. She is wearing her curls big and voluminous with side bangs and plenty of layers. If you do not have naturally red hair, you will need to add some in to get the whole vibe of this style.
29. 90’s High Bangs
The 90s were full of big and curly hair, and here is an example of how to wear high bangs. She has parted her hair on the side, added a light color to the bangs, and flipped and curled them over for a flawless throwback style.
30. 90’s Long Layered Cut
Adding long layers to your hair is one of the best ways to create texture, and it can also help to thin out thick hair. If this sounds like it would work for your hair, then you should try this 90’s long layered cut. Flip out the bottoms as they have done here and you will love your new style.
31. 90’s Half Up Half Down with Claw Clip
Clip claws made their appearance in the 90s and have been going strong ever since. Here she is wearing a half-up half-down style with a pretty claw clip holding it all together. You could go bold with a fun color or keep it neutral, as they have done here.
32. 90’s Feathered Cut
This beautiful hairstyle has a featured look with plenty of layers added in. Here she is wearing bright blonde hair with a short fringe and big and pretty curls, but this style would look amazing with any length or color of hair.
33. 90s Bantu Knots Bun Hairstyle
We have already seen big Bantu knots but here is a 90s hairstyle for women with tiny Bantu knots. She has pulled her hair up in two small sections and it looks amazing.
34. 90s Baby Blunt Bangs with Thin Bangs
Next would be a pretty hairstyle for women looking for face-framing layers. Here she has thin bangs and plenty of layers that are flipped in at the edges beautifully.
35. 90s Clip Hairstyles
Hair clips were all the rage during the 1990s. Here she is wearing her long hair twisted around and pinned up with a pretty blue flower clip.
36. The 90s Face Framing Layers
Do you remember the big flawless face-framing layers of the 90s hairstyle? Here she is wearing her long brunette hair styled messy with so many players and big curtain bangs in the front.
37. 90s Dark Hair with Side Bangs
Big teased hair such a vibe and here she has her bangs styled high and flipped over to the side. You could wear this style straight, curly, or messy because either way, you will love how you look.
38. 90s Copper Red Hairstyle
Copper hair has been a staple fall color for so long. Here she is wearing her mid-length hair with a copper hue and styled with pretty beach waves. Do not forget to add a thin fringe in the front to complete this flawless style.
39. 90s Blonde Highlights with Braids
Small braids and highlights always look amazing when paired together. Tiny braids were very popular back in the day, and now they are making a comeback.
40. 90s Razored Bob Cut
This short and sassy hairstyle is a fun mix between a razored bob and a pixie hairstyle. Razored styles are created by cutting layers with razors instead of sheers, creating a lovely textured look.
41. 90s Blonde Curtain Bangs
Curtain bangs are right on trend in 2022. In the photo above, she has parted her hair down the middle with waves and curtain bangs styled, which looks amazing with her bright blonde hair.
42. 90s Wavy Bob Cut
If you are lucky enough to have wavy hair, you are already blessed because you can wear your hair straight or curly. Here she has a wavy bob haircut with a pretty orange hue added in. She has styled her hair with messy waves, and her bangs styled back.
43. 90s Flipped Out Bob Haircut
There is nothing more 90s hairstyle than flipped-out hair. In the hairstyle above, she has a beautiful bob haircut with the ends flipped out and a pretty red hue added to the curtain bangs.
44. 90s Copper Flipped Hair
Copper hairstyles will always be in style because this color looks great on so many skin tones. Here she is wearing her pretty copper flipped-out hair parted down the middle and cut right below the shoulders and it looks so good.
45. 90s Slick Back Curly Hair
Slicked back hair with curls is so 90s hairstyle. Here she has super long hair with small curls, but she kept the top section of her hair straight and tucked behind her ears, which looks so good.
46. 90s Beach Waves Hairstyle with Butterfly Clip
These cute butterfly clips are so retro and fun to clip your hair back and out of your face. Here she has a few peekaboo sections of light blonde with pretty beach waves added in.
47. 90s Messy Updo Bun with Hair Clip
These chunky highlights with a twisted and messy updo bun are so 90s. You can dress this style up or wear it casual either way; you will love how you look.
48. 90s Dimensional Blonde Hairstyle
Dimensional blonde looks have always been in style because they look stunning on women of all ages. Here she has one long layer around the chin with a few longer layers added in, which looks amazing.
49. 90s Textured Copper Hairstyle
Up next is a textured style with a pretty copper color throughout. To get this look, part your hair down the middle and ask for messy layers. Style it straight, curly, or wavy because it will look amazing either way.
50. 90’s Layered Bob Cut
Last but not least is this beautiful 90s hairstyle layered bob cut. To get this style keep your longest layer right above the shoulders and add in at least 2 layers and side bangs to complete this look. This style is straight out of the 90s but is so timeless that women have brought it back.
Did you find a chic and trendy hairstyle from the 90s to try out? You should invest in a good crimper so you can be right on trend with crimped hair. Did you wear any of these styles back in the day, or are you too young and just want to try out some vintage looks? Leave us a comment down below and let us know!