Add color to your naturally dark tresses by trying dip dyed hair. Here are some ideas to get you started.
There are two things that can give you a quick makeover: getting a haircut and coloring your hair. We’re sure you can’t want to take selfies right after you have your hair dyed. Nothing beats the beauty of newly treated hair. The problem comes when your hair starts growing. You need to touch up your roots as soon as possible so the dye job won’t look awkward. Fortunately, with dip dyed hair, you won’t have to deal with this problem anymore.
Unlike ombre hair, dip dyed hair shows a sharp contrast between the dyed parts of your hair and your natural hair color. There’s no gradient; your natural hair color doesn’t transition little by little to the new one. What’s great about dip dyed hair is that it adds tons of personality to your look. You also don’t have to rush back to the salon once your roots start showing. Now, are you ready for this trend? Here are some colorful ideas.
5 Exciting colors for dip dyed hair
If you want to try unconventional colors, try magenta. It’s not as shocking as green or purple, but it is strong enough to spice up your look. You can create beach waves as well to help make your dip dyed magenta hair apparent.
Editor’s tip: Get beautiful, well-defined waves and curls by applying TONI&GUY Volume Plumping Mousse on your hair before blow drying and curling.
Are you afraid to go blonde? Dip dyed blonde hair is your chance to try this color in small doses. You can also choose from a variety of blonde shades—there’s bound to be one that suits your skin tone and personality. Just a word of caution though: getting blonde hair involves bleaching, and bleaching can dry out and damage your hair. Make sure to adopt a hair care regimen that will keep it nourished and moisturized.
Editor’s tip: Apply TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask on your bleached hair once a week to repair damage and restore lost moisture.
Combine brown and blonde, and you get this gorgeous shade. It suits morenas well, so if you think blonde is too bright for your skin tone, go for bronde. It can add warmth to your face, so you can go about your day with minimal makeup and still look fab.
Editor’s tip: Got damaged locks due to frequent coloring and styling? Help repair your strands by using DOVE Intense Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner. With power serum capsules that are designed to penetrate hair, this conditioner helps repair your hair’s internal structure and nourish it from within.
If you have naturally dark hair, choose medium and light shades of brown so the dip dyed effect will be more apparent. Why don’t you try honey hair color? This brown shade can give you that sun-kissed glow, making you look like you just came from the beach. Dip dyed hair looks great not just on long tresses but on short and medium haircuts as well, like bobs and lobs.
Editor’s tip: Fight dryness and dullness while enhancing the color of your hair with Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner.
Caramel sits somewhere between bronde and honey in a color chart.This is another medium shade of brown that can contrast well with your dark hair. If you’re trying this color on long, thin hair, add more body and bounce to your tresses by creating big waves using a barrel curler or blow dryer. To maintain it, use hair products that suit colored hair.
Get the hair products you need by using these links:
TONI&GUY Volume Plumping Mousse
TONI&GUY Damage Repair Mask
DOVE Intense Repair 1 Minute Serum Conditioner
Cream Silk Color Protect Conditioner
TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Shampoo
TRESemmé Keratin Smooth Conditioner
These are just some of your color options for dip dyed hair. Feel free to experiment with different colors and hairstyles and let your personality shine.
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