Glitter roots is the dandruff-y new hair trend that says 'I'm cool with not taking care of myself.'

Glitter roots is the dandruff-y new hair trend that says 'I'm cool with not taking care of myself.'
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Yes, finally, a hair trend that appeals to lazy people who can only afford a tube of hair gel and a pack of glitter! No more long hours at expensive salons, folks. Now, when you have 6-week roots, there's no need to hide it under a headband. If you got 'em, flaunt 'em. Here's a tutorial on how to get your Glitter Roots on:

And here are some dynamic examples of how people are putting this fad into practice. Buns appear to be a very important part of this look, which is also not well designed for anyone planning to wear a hat this winter:

I need to do this to my hair 😍👏 #glitterroots

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Новый бьюти-тренд: блестки в волосах #glitterroots

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This is definitely my new favourite thing ! #glitterroots #sososorad #onit #everyday #getmesomeglitter

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I feel like a space alien princess 👽 #glitterroots

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If you're wondering how in the hell you will ever get all this glitter out of you're hair: good. You should, because it's obviously impossible. According to some, a paper towel soaked in hair spray can be used, but let's be real. Once glitter gets on your body, it's there to stay.

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