Hair Flair: A New Glam Hair Trend On The RiseCeridwen Morris
Tiny stands of tinsel woven are into your hair, taking “high lights” to a new level. The tinsel comes in a whole range of colors and lasts about two or more weeks, even through showering, blow drying and curling your hair.
Hair flairs could actually be a kind of genius way to color your hair in pregnancy. They’re cheap– going at about $10 for a hundred strands– and the application involves no bleach or dyes.
All I know is that I live in a house of tinsel worshipers. They’d love a mommy with hair flaired hair, though my husband might have other thoughts.
Beyonce sported the look at the Grammy’s this year thus catapulting the trend into the limelight.
Here’s where you can buy the things if you’re feeling festive.