Crimped Hair Is Making A Comeback And We’re All About It

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Hello ‘90s? Is that you?

Ladies and gents, pull out your old crimp iron. 

Oh yeah you heard us, the ‘90s are calling and you better believe we’re picking that phone up.

It all started in March when legendary beauty and fashion mogul herself, Kim Kardashian West went for the ‘90s look during fashion month:

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Then Ariana Grande posted a pic of her iconic ponytail sporting a slight crimp:

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Now Khloe Kardashian has gotten on the crimp train, lightly crimping sections of her dead straight blonde locks:

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That’s three A-listers - safe to say the crimp is back. 

You may remember the trend zigzagging its way into our lives through such icons like Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, and The Olsen Twins.


It's definitely easier for these multi-millionaires who have glam teams around them 24/7 to pull off the old school look. 

But we have a tip from the best on how you can try this at home. Celebrity hairstylist Justine Marjan, who helped Kim prep the electric shock look, told Vogue it's about the contrast:

"What makes this look so modern is that the front is sleek.

"This gives a cool contrast to the texture."

Note to self, don't start crimping from the roots:

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Written By Christina Cavaleri