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June 22, 2022

Is The Early 2000s POUF Making A Comeback?

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The Y2K Pouf Is Making Its Way Into 2022

When we saw our IG feed full of photos that looked like the ICONIC 2000s trend, we had to investigate. We’ve gathered some pouf-espue looks that are 2022-approved for an updated spin on the 2000s staple.

 

These refined styles have taken the pouf from outdated to client favorite—grab your teasing bomb and bobby pins, the pouf is back!

 

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Credit Where Credit Is Due

We can’t skip over the y2k icons who taught us what the pouf was all about! Take a look back at stars like Paris Hilton and Avril Lavigne who put the trendy hairstyle on the map.

 

 
 
 
 
 
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The 2022 Version 

We gathered three new, chic ways to incorporate the pouf back into this year’s trend styling. Whether your clients are looking for a low-maintenance special event style or something with a fun twist, we have all the inspo below. 

 

Check out TikTok star @addisonre posting her pouf by Kiley Fitzgerald (@bykileyfitz) saying, “Bring back poufs.” 

@addisonre

Bring back poofs. Btw where’s my bump it @Kiley Fitzgerald

♬ Sway (Sped Up Version) – Michael Bublé

 

 

1. Added Volume To A Slick Look

We’ve spotted several celebs taking their sleek red carpet looks and adding volume near the hairline. To recreate these looks, you’ll need a smoothing spray and a small dense-bristle brush to tame every little flyaway. 

 

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2. Accentuating Natural Texture

Clients with natural texture are perfect for this style because their curls and coils do all the work! Grab a pomade or working spray to hold natural texture in place without adding heat for extra volume. 

 

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3. Pouf’d Crown + Face-Framing Tendrils  

A romantic spin on the 2000s style. Instead of adding volume near the hairline, use face-framing pieces to soften the look and add the volume at the crown. 

 

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THROWBACK! You know we had to dig through Facebook for some of our BTC Team (circa early 2000s) with their poufs!

 

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