Apparently people on social media are in love with Spray-On Rainbow HEADBANDS and I have no idea wtf they are? How can you have a headband that isn’t solid.
You cannot have one that is made just out of paint according to the college dictionary of the english language: “a band of fabric worn around the head as a decoration or to keep the hair or perspiration off the face.
Apparently it isn’t something that you spray around your head and call it a headband. Nope. You take a normal headband and start layering on the colors. Teen Vogue explains:
“Bumble and Bumble stylist Allen Thomas Wood took to Instagram to show off the look, which was sort of created by accident. Wood explained to Vogue that he originally intended to make a monochromatic stenciled headband as an experiment, but he just kept layering on colors until the style took on a rainbow effect.
The result is certainly worthy of a thousand double-taps. With various stripes of neon green, bold blue, and even an ombré of pink and purple, Wood’s rainbow headband is the perfect combination of that throwback middle school stye with 2017’s unicorn vibes” (Teen Vogue, 2017.)
It is wise to avoid products that react negatively to water. Mr. Wood’s color mixture was