LOOK: These ‘90s hair accessories are making a comeback!

Sherry Tadeja
PUBLISHED March 12, 2018 11:47 am
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(Inside Manila) When it comes to fashion, there's always a big possibility that everything old can be new again. Frankly, it's only a matter of time before something big or someone influential to trigger a forgotten trend. And it seems like it did just that as this year, three '90s hair accessory are making a huge and known comeback and in the runway scene.

Take a look at these three '90s hair accessories we've all worn, loved and now making a return:

Banana clips

For this year's Fall 2018 show in New York, known fashion designer Alexander Wang brought back an unusual hair accessory for his models—the claw clip.


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Better known in the '90s as banana clip, or giant claw clips. This hair accessory has been quite a commodity before often seen in girls to hold up their ponytails, French twists or the infamous pineapple-hair do where the strands of the hair are purposely left out.

Comb headband

This was followed by American-Nepalese fashion designer, Prabal Gurung, where he, for his Fall 2018 show, re-introduced the use of another '90s hair accessory. Who wouldn't forget the comb hairband?


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A comb headband became popular for its function and coolness. The hair accessory is a favorite in the '90s as it pulls the hair back neatly perfect for style or when you don't need your hair to get in the way. 

Snap clip

Lastly, the latest hair accessory making headlines today is the snap clips—which is more or less the epitome of '90s hair looks before.


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The trend was actually started by American singer-songwriter, Solange Knowles, whom she used to accessorize her hair at the CFDA Awards back in 2016. Two years after, the trend is brought back by social media influencers whom they match with a very '90s center part hair look:


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