The 90s were a decade of butterfly clips, crimped hair and the biggest scrunchies. Some of these hairstyles have made their way back into the fashion industry. Others we wish would make a comeback and some, well, should just stay in the 90s. Which hairstyle do you miss most?
These brutal hair ties could cause a dent in your head at the snap of the band, but as they say, beauty is pain right?
'Cause hair bands were way cooler than the skinny black ties we have now.
They could even be worn as stylish bracelets.
The Hairagami was a popular 90s contraption that could twist your hair into many unique hairstyles (that was, if you could figure out how to do it).
Headbands weren't just made out of cloth in the 90s. This comb headband kept your hair slicked back without risk of moving.
Somehow braiding your hair in the 90s was just too hard, so everyone needed this braiding machine to help. But, 9 times out of 10 it just turned your hair into a tangled mess.
If the 90s had a signature accessory it would be the scrunchy.
This was the ultimate clip that somehow managed to hold everything together.
Apparently ponytails were hard to do too.
You were only cool if you wore butterfly clips (and a lot of them, too).
The bigger and more sparkle, the better.
This was the ultimate chic headband.
If you didn't have a headband handkerchief, you could totally get away with using a bandana instead.
Another handy dandy tool to help you create a perfect ponytail. Too bad no one could figure it out.
Hair wraps were no longer a luxury you got on vacation because there was a book that gave you step-by-step instructions to do it yourself.
You could even use this fancy machine to create the perfect hair wrap.
Crimping your hair was a definite must in the 90s.
Barrettes kept those pesky hairs in their place better than any bobby pin could. Oh how we miss them!
These are still around and everyone still loves them just as much as they did in the 90s.
The 90s were all about contraptions that created the perfect hair do, but were impossible to figure out.
They weren't just for eating.
Accompanied by a scrunchy of course.