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This Dual Barrette Trend Is A Total ’90s Throwback

In case you haven’t noticed or are living under a rock, the 90s are making a major comeback.

From box braids to chunky highlights some stellar trends from decades passed have become celebrity staples this year. Our favorite among these revitalized styles? The dual barrette ‘do.

With a center part and a matching pair of pins, this simple look has some serious impact. Go minimal with a subtle gold bobby, pull together a day out ensemble with a tortishell barrettes, or rock blinged-out clips for a night on the town. Whichever way you work it, this versatile trend is a retro babe’s dream come true.

Check out 13 ways to wear double barrettes below.

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