NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE – NOVEMBER 10: Katy Perry attends the 55th annual Country Music Association awards at the Bridgestone Arena on November 10, 2021 in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by John Shearer/Getty Images for CMA)

Party season is well and truly upon us, and we’re feeling particularly invested in our beauty looks this year. After leaving our hair and faces relatively unadorned for the last year or so, putting time and effort into our appearance feels festive in and of itself, so we’ve been embracing color, shimmer and shine with gusto.

Thankfully, celebrities have been providing ample inspiration for the holiday period, from audacious makeup looks to fun hairstyles. Katy Perry is the latest star to land on our radar for the latter, after recently posting a picture of her hair with fine strands of tinsel woven throughout.

The singer, who is currently promoting her Las Vegas residency, posted an assortment of images that channeled Elvis for the upcoming stint. Her colorful outfit was perfectly matched by the tinsel ‘fairy hair’, which has become a major trend on TikTok recently.

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My hair tinsel after the shower🎆 #hairtinsel #fairyhair #SoundcoreGoForGold #fyp

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Creators on the platform have been showing off colorful, glittery tresses à la My Little Pony with tinsel extensions, and it seems Perry has taken inspiration for her own beauty efforts. Her shimmering tinsel tresses shone even brighter against her newly brunette locks, having returned to her signature raven color a month ago.

The sparkling look is officially our on our holiday party moodboard, but we’re sure it won’t be the last from Perry. Her residency at the Resorts World Casino, called PLAY, will surely see the singer get even more creative with her notoriously colorful costumes.

Besides having the opportunity to experiment, Perry revealed that she committed to the shows as a way to spend more time with her daughter, Daisy Dove. “I really wanted to be able to strike more of a balance – to have a child and take her to preschool – but also be artistic and play with that energy,” she said.

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