Celebs rocking the chunky hair highlights look as Kylie Jenner takes us back to the 90s

Something keeping us all on our toes during lockdown is Kylie Jenner’s ever changing hair, and we’re definitely digging the recent fix which sees the makeup-mogul rocking some chunky highlights that look like they’ve come straight out of the 90s.

The 22 year old Keeping Up With The Kardashians star, who recently flaunted her curves in a tiny bikini, showed off the striking Geri Halliwell-esque look recently and it’s quite the statement.

The Instagram star’s hair features chunky blonde highlights at the front, with light brown hair at the back, which the star wears in a long do.

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And Kylie isn’t the only celeb who is rocking, and has rocked, this iconic look, which is set to be a huge 2020 trend.

Jeffree Star, of makeup and cosmetics fame, has also gone down the big highlights route and posed in a shot showcasing the caramel hairstyle whilst in lockdown.

Other household names who’ve tried out the style include Queen Bey herself, who wore the style in a loose beach wave form with chunky highlights framing her (oh, so beautiful) face.

Kylie’s older sister Kim Kardashian has also tried out the hairstyle before, wearing it in a more subtle manner and accompanying it with a choker – could that be more 90s?

Pop star Dua Lipa brought the 90s trend to the next level with two toned hair, with blonde all over and dark underneath and FKA Twigs has been a long reigning rocker of the look.

Hair stylist to the stars, James Johnson, has shared his thoughts on the new hair trend and its popularity, adding: “Face framing is a trend that isn’t go anywhere.”

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The expert hair stylist, who has curled the locks of the likes of Billie Faiers and the Love Island lot, and who has positioned perfect ponytails on heads including Jacqueline Jossa 's and Ferne McCann’s, believes the chunky highlight trend has resurfaced from the 90s.

He adds: “We’re always looking for new trends, yet the resurfacing trends seem to always be a big hit! It’s been spotted on people such as Geri (spice girls) and now Kylie is the latest person to support the look.

“It’s the perfect way to visually appear blonde from the front, without having to dye the whole head and, if blonde is your colour, this is the perfect way to still open up the face and have a blonde feature – without the up keep and price tag of a full head highlights.”

How can you achieve the look?

Stylist James doesn’t recommend doing the look at home, adding: “Please wait until the salons re-open.”

And, if you are planning on heading to the hairdressers to choose yourself some chunky highlights then James has shared his advice.

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“Discuss with your hair artist what kind of facial shaping you would like,” adding: “You can use the ColorWow RootCoverUp in shade Platinum to re create the face framing to see if it suits you, before plunging for the bleach! This powder will re create the look until shampoo’d off.. and even better it’s not permanent damage to the hair.”

The Colour Wow Root Cover Up can be purchased online for £28.50, and Fudge Professional’s Clean Blonde Damage Rewind, which sells every 30 seconds, can help retain your blonde and can be be purchased for £15.

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