Selena Gomez he returned to the stage. The actress and singer was presented at the closing ceremony of the UEFA Champions League with a perfect interpretation of her song Wolves. For the event she wore a bodysuit in black, with open neckline, signed by the French house Saint Laurent for its spring/summer 2021 season. But, this time it’s her beauty look that we have to talk about.
Selena Gomez bet on a controversial hair trend of the nineties
Selena Gomez debuted a platinum blonde with dark roots.
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A few weeks ago, the also entrepreneur Selena Gomez surprised on social media with a complete makeover. She went from being a brunette to wearing a platinum blonde, one of the strongest trends of 2021. In this last appearance, Gomez wore her midi hair in this nuance of futuristic aesthetic, courtesy of her stylist Marissa Marino, with a detail that stood out among the rest of the platinum locks, a noticeably darker roots, in fact, in black.
It is a trend that has not wanted to leave the scene for a couple of years, acquiring adepts that add up without fear: From Cara Delevingne, to Elle Fanning, Miley Cyrus, Margot Robbie, Dua Lipa… The list is endless. And although all of them have already gone from this coloring and have changed their looks in recent months, now it is Selena Gomez who revives her.
It’s definitely not a simple beauty look to wear, starting because it’s not advisable to do it from home. If you have already decided to bet on this trend, it is important that you make sure to dye your hair with a specialist who knows how to master the art of blurring the roots among the rest of your hair.
Dark roots are a hair obsession of the nineties. They traveled from that decade along with other trends that are just as controversial (such as extravagant hairstyles). Back then, it was style icons like Drew Barrymore or Gwen Stefani who wore it with a casual allure, but now they’re back in stylized form, in meticulously combed manes that can convince you it’s a good idea to give it a good idea to try.