Haircuts To Avoid So You Don't Look Like A 'Karen'
13. Contrasting Highlights On Long Hair
In the early 2000s, it was all the rage to have two-toned hair. The underside of hair was colored a dark brown or black, and then the top layers were usually colored a contrasting hue, like blonde or caramel. This would create stark highlights, which would sometimes be nicknamed "skunk highlights." While 20 years ago these highlights felt fresh and exciting, nowadays they just feel outdated. If you have long hair, avoid getting such contrasting highlights and instead get natural-looking ones.