Bella Hadid Serves Y2K Hair Vibes With Stretch Comb Headband

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Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
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Time and time again, Bella Hadid proves that she can effortlessly slay Y2K trends.

She rocked dazzling tooth gems in March, followed up with arm warmers in early April (okay, maybe that's more 1980s), and now she's back with another retro offering: stretch comb headbands.

Paparazzi snapped pics of Hadid sporting the accessory as she attended her sister Gigi Hadid's 27th birthday party at Zero Bond in New York City on Saturday, April 23.

The model used the elastic headband to push most of her straight, dark brown tresses back.

She left a little hair out to cover some of her ears.

Bella paired the headband with an edgy grey cut-out suit vest from Vivienne Westwood, a matching grey pleated mini skirt and black leather pointed knee-high boots.

The Y2K staple isn't the only piece of nostalgia Hadid rocked for her big sister's bday.

She was also photographed holding a disposable Fujifilm camera. 📸

Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images
Photo credit: Gotham - Getty Images

If you're wondering where you've seen this headband recently, our go-to Euphoria fashion maven Alexa Demie wore one as Maddy Perez during the premiere episode of Euphoria season two.

Photo credit: Eddy Chen                                                                                                                                                                                                                     - HBO
Photo credit: Eddy Chen - HBO

Shortly after embracing the headband trend, Hadid switched up her hair.

On Monday, she debuted a short, all-black pixie cut as part of a shoot for a Michael Kors campaign.

While the model's hair was drastically shorter, she kept the Y2K vibes on deck by securing her tresses with a big dark yellow hair clip.

Hadid's frequent tributes prove that Y2K fashion is here to stay.

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