Charlize Theron Wore a $15,000 Bracelet in Her Hair to Cover Her Roots

    Go ahead and cancel that appointment with your colorist.

    On Sunday evening, Charlize Theron walked the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards looking absolutely radiant from head to toe. And that included her middle part and visible roots which she hid with a chic jewelry hack.

    “I didn’t have time to do my roots,” Theron explained during a red carpet interview. But not only did she still look supremely cool with her dark roots blending into her platinum hair; she kicked things up a notch by accentuating said roots with a stunning set of Tiffany diamonds.

    “The look is a futuristic take on 1920’s glamour,” celebrity hairstylist Adir Abergel, who did the Bombshell actor’s glam for the night, said in a statement. “The minute I saw the clean lines of Charlize’s two-piece outfit, I knew that I wanted the hair to mimic the qualities of the fabric—shiny and reflective. I added a powerful and modern detail to the look, with a diamond tennis bracelet for that extra shine and modern feel.”

    The Tiffany Victoria Line Bracelet Theron wore as a hair accessory is worth a whopping $15,500. The entire bracelet comes with a total carat weight of 2.90.

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    According to Abergel, he created the look using Virtue Labs Healing Oil to help smooth away any flyaways. Next, he applied Virtue Labs Un-Frizz cream for an ultra-glossy finish. To secure the Tiffany bracelet piece, Abergel laid in a small French braid to ensure the diamonds would stay in place.

    Theron’s beauty experts finished off her glamorous Givenchy red carpet look with a full face of Dior products. According to Dior, Theron used the Dior Capture Totale C.E.L.L Energy Serum-Lotion to soothe her skin before applying Dior Forever Skin Glow, Forever Skin Correct, the line’s Backstage Contour Palette Universal, and Backstage Rosy Glow Blush.

    Go ahead and try the look yourself, even if you have to sub in a faux diamond bracelet.

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