Cindy Crawford Loves That Her Iconic ’90s Hairstyle Is Inspiring a New Generation

The supermodel has her own line of haircare products for people of all ages.
Cindy Crawford

Cindy Crawford.

Cindy Crawford has been modeling since the mid-’80s and quickly rose to fame as a coveted supermodel. Her voluminous hair became one of her signature features.

The 56-year-old recently chatted with InStyle about her iconic career—which spans nearly 40 years in the industry—as well as her famous locks. Crawford revealed that she thinks it’s “fun” to see older trends cycle back into popularity with a modern twist, including her famous blowout.

“It reminds me of all the things about ’90s style [that] I loved,” she stated. “There was an unapologetically sexy and fun attitude.”

Crawford divulged that while she still loves a good ’90s hairstyle (“the bigger, the better”), she’s a bit more gentle on her locks these days. The Meaningful Beauty cofounder shared that she opts for heatless Velcro rollers to achieve what she calls the “Madison Avenue blowout.”

Today, Crawford is a mom of two. She and her husband, Rande Gerber, share a 23-year-old son, Presley, and a 21-year-old daughter, Kaia, both of whom have followed in their parents’ footsteps in the modeling industry.

While she embraces growing older gracefully, Crawford noted that she never realized how her hair would change texture as she aged. Her brand, Meaningful Beauty, offers a line of haircare products, including shampoo, conditioner and specialized treatments, that optimize hair and scalp health for people of all ages.

“I look at my daughter and notice that her hair is shiny and healthy looking—she has my old hair, and I want it back!” Crawford joked.

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