Shiny Dandruff

Every once in a blue moon, a 'trend' comes along that should have never seen the light of day. As you read this article, try and imagine Matt Bellassai from Whine About It reading this aloud to you.  Because that's where we are at with this style.  

 In good conscience we cannot endorse the sprinkling of little bits of glitter into hair you were too lazy to retouch.  You know what it looks like?  Shiny dandruff.  Sure, it's all cute in a Pinterest photo but we don't live inside still images.  We live in houses that have showers and both will have pieces of shiny dandruff popping up randomly until Armageddon.  We sleep in beds that will forever be sparkly and itchy no matter how many times you wash the pillowcases.  

My sophomore year roommate was a raver chick back in the 90s complete with candy necklaces, jeans that could be used as a sail on the Santa Maria, and was covered in a fine patina of glitter at all times.  She also made a bong out of anything in the room that wasn't nailed down, including stuffed toys.  STUFFED TOYS.

You think this shit is original?  It's not.  If you don't remember the fascination with glitter as an accessory in the 90s, I know you remember it from kindergarten art projects.  And that is where it belongs.  Kindergarten.

Just say no.  Like these guys did.

 

#DestroyTheHairdresser

@KateWrightNurtur

no,

no,

No.

No.

NO.

NO.

Those glitter roots will get everywhere and by the end of the night you'll look like Brittney pre-breakdown.

Those glitter roots will get everywhere and by the end of the night you'll look like Brittney pre-breakdown.