Turn your hair into the life of the party with glitter roots.
These days, when you think about party hairstyles what comes to mind? Glamorous curls, fun crimps, and no-sweat updos, right? For us, we immediately think of accessories and different ways you can add some pizzaz and sparkle to your hair, like glitter roots, for instance. The glitter roots trend has been a hit since last year and it’s still going strong. We’d like to think this started off as an arts and craft project gone wrong that was later turned into a popular way to adorn your hair, or even hide outgrown roots. However, this trend came about we like it and we think you should, too.
You may not think to wear this style on a daily basis, but definitely, add it to your list of fun hairstyles when you have an occasion that calls for it. Summer festival? Glitter roots. Fun holiday party? Glitter roots. Halloween? Glitter roots. So, are you ready to be the life of the party with your hair? Or have some roots that need to be artfully disguised? Get in on the glitter roots trend with our easy tutorial.
Rocking The Glitter Roots Trend
Step 1: Style your hair
On clean hair, part your hair in the direction you want it to be styled. Detangle your hair using a brush, concentrating on the ends as you make your way up to the roots. This will ensure that you’re starting off with a smooth and tangle-free canvas. You can opt to style your hair into an updo like space buns or leave it down.
Step 2: Create mixture and apply
Using an applicator brush or your hands, apply a gel like TRESemmé TRES TWO Mega Firm Control Gel to the roots of your hair then sprinkle glitter over the gel. Alternatively, mix gel and glitter together in a bowl and stir it around. Use your hands or an applicator brush to apply the mixture to your roots. If you’re using the glitter roots trend as a way to disguise your outgrown dye job be sure to cover from the root to the demarcation line in your hair.
Step 3: Add an extra touch and allow gel to dry
If you want to turn things up just a little bit, strategically place larger sequins onto your hair before your gel dries. If it happens to dry before you do, don’t fret, simply apply gel directly to the sequin and place it onto your hair. Once you’ve created the look you desire, leave your hair alone and allow the gel to dry.
Will you try the glitter roots trend on your hair?