Fashion is famously cyclical so everything truly does come around again. For the last few years, early 2000s style has been popping back up on the runways and on celebrities. Albeit in small doses. Beauty isn't being left out of the renaissance, either. We're once again falling hard for high-shine glosses, butterflies and glitter like it's 2000.
Thankfully, some of our favorite Y2K beauty products are still around. Granted, some of the formulas have been updated, but you'll still love these old favorites as much as you did the first time around. Plus, there are new launches that perfectly nail that early 2000s look while checking off some 2021 trends. Like clean formulas and extensive shade ranges.
Click through the gallery to see the best Y2K beauty products to rock in 2021.
Image via Imaxtree
No Y2K makeup collection was complete without this glass-like lip gloss. Old favorites Oyster Girl (pictured) and Prrr (Paris Hilton's go-to shade) are still available. The gloss is formulated with jojoba oil for a nourished, wet-effect kisser.
This drugstore favorite was around for decades before the millennium, but it became the mascara of the early 2000s thanks to its low price, Blackest Black shade and lash-plumping effect.
If hair wasn't dead straight in the early aughts, it was crimped to perfection. Unlike your old crimper, this model heats up to 430 degrees Fahrenheit to set hair in a flash. The volume-boosting plates supply that coveted modern-meets-retro vibe.
The Y2K era was a very bronze time for both faces and bodies. This cruelty-free, gel-based shimmering body liquid delivers a tint of color and shine thanks to light-diffusing micropearls. Don't worry, not one of the shades ever reads orange.