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Bella Hadid brings back the Y2K headband

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Is it Y2K hair accessory season? From kitschy butterfly clips, scrunchies and chunky headbands, we’re seeing the return of all the best accessories of the 2000s. This time, Bella Hadid was spotted sporting a statement headband that many of us left behind in the early 2000s. years – confirming that nostalgic trends aren’t going anywhere anytime soon.

The model wears a plastic stretchy comb headband over her dark mane, giving a nostalgic accent to her dark pinstripe miniskirt and vest ensemble. Still the poster child for the year 2000, Bella Hadid could have opted for the zigzag parts, scarves or streaky locks she became known for, instead she incorporated the headband as a sleeker and more simplistic of the trend. It served as the ultimate accessory to complete her sultry cut.

Photography by Eddy Chen/HBO

Even More, Maddy Perez, Played by Alexa Demie, in HBO’s Hit Drama Euphoriais pictured in the season two premiere sporting the headband at a New Year’s Eve party. Paired with an LBD, matching gloves, and strappy heels, there’s something incredibly easy, fun, and sexy about it.

Luckily, those of us who want to try the trend for ourselves can pick up this 2000s accessory for less than your daily lunch order. And while you might cringe at the thought of reincorporating what many of us considered a rather uncomfortable accessory back in the 90s, expect today’s offerings to be a bit more comfortable while still retaining that combed look at the roots. Because in the end, beauty should be fun, but it doesn’t have to be painful.

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