If we could sum up some of 2015’s more, shall we be kind, “imaginative” hair trends succinctly such as the Galaxy Hair, we would settle for, “What the…? ”
When we surpassed curiously striking and beautiful burnt ombre and flame-inspired locks, we found ourselves perplexed and intrigued by dye jobs not seen since Gwen Stefani toured in support of No Doubt’s RETURN OF SATURN, men and women alike adhered glitter to their scalps with pomade, and grown men who could imagine no more fitting augmentation to an admirable beard than smearing their faces with the herpes of crafts.
By those standars? Leading off 2016’s latest and greatest trendy coiffures with glow-in-the-dark dyes strikes us as not only comparatively simple, but not even worthy of mockery.
By all accounts so far, the blacklight-sensitive paint appears relatively harmless to skin and hair overall. The strands may glow brilliantly in the dark, but don’t necessarily betray anything usual or ugly in the light. It’s a fun daytime style that goes full Rainbow Brite when the sun goes down, but blondes should beware and condition carefully before applying: the blacklight dye may stain naturally lighter hair.