One of the hairstyles from the '00s that always make us feel nostalgic is chunky highlights. You know, the one where Jessica Simpson and Kelly Clarkson would have bright blonde strips of hair mixed into dark brown tresses to create a piece-y look

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Now local celebs are getting into it again! We first spotted it on Sue Ramirez, who used blonde clip-on hair extensions to create the bold look.

And just a few days ago, Angel Locsin jumped on the trend, too! But unlike Sue, she went for sandy blonde highlights.

If you find the contrast too bold for your taste but you still want to *test* the trend, take notes from Kathryn Bernardo. She opted for fewer streaks, and combined trends from the past and present: Chunky highlights and beachy waves! You can also get dark blonde highlights that seamlessly blend in with your natural hair color.

Just in case you were worried chunky highlights couldn't work with other hair textures, Kim Chiu's 'do is proof that it still looks chic on kulot strands!

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So, are you going to try chunky highlights the next time you get your hair colored?

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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