Temporary Hair Tattoos Are A Thing Now
Today’s beauty trends seem to revolve around Kylie Jenner in some way or another. The celebrity is always coming out with something new, and the everyday public goes into an uproar to try it out. The new revelation this time around is “hair tattoos.” With the past metallic flash tattoo trend, this new concept seems to be a no brainer, simply moving similar designs from the body and to the hair.
The temporary hair tattoos work the same way as those for the body, and will stick by simply applying them to your hair with a wet cloth, and will wash out once you use shampoo. So if you’ve ever wanted to try out a new hair trend without having to worry about not liking the outcome, this is a great chance to step outside the box and try something new.
Scünci, a brand that creates hair accessories, is the one behind the new accessory trend, although it’ll take some time yet to see if the trend catches a lasting hold. Knowing how Kylie Jenner’s past trends have flooded the markets, the outcome of this product is likely to be the same.
The metallic hair tattoos are being sold at Ulta and Target stores for a cool $4.99. So if you think this trend is something you’d like to try out, the risk is low, so feel free to have fun and experiment with designs. If you like to be up to date on current fashion trends, it might be a good idea to stock up on these hair tattoos before the greater media picks up on it and broadcasts it to the world. If this trend does work like Jenner’s past trends, it may be difficult to keep these stocked on the shelves.
The metallic gold is perfect for the autumn months, and is a great product if you like adding an extra dimension of color to your hair. Since there are products like hair chalk people use in the spring/summer months, this might be a way to help that trend move to a year round market.
The color looks gorgeous against Jenner’s straight dark hair, but there’s been no experimentation with other hair colors. Since the featured color is gold, there is a chance those with blonde hair won’t have much contrast in their hair if they apply it. Then again, the subtle difference could look striking in the light against certain shades of blonde, so you won’t know if the product works for you personally until you try it out yourself. With the low cost and the likely impending major trend, there’s no harm in trying it out! Straight hair is the only way this product is easily used, so if you have exceptionally curly hair that can’t be straightened, there’s likely no good way to apply the tattoo, unfortunately.
The hair tattoo trend may be the next big thing, especially since the look was first featured on Kylie Jenner. So to all of Jenner’s fashion followers, here is the next installation, so you should get to the store soon to secure your hairstyles for the upcoming fall and winter months.
Photos courtesy of Scünci