Highlights the same color as your natural hair? So last year. Now you should try these colorful dyed tips
Not ready to dye your hair at all? No worries. You can still get in on the dye trend in a less permanent way. The solution: chalking, which has been spotted on celebs like Lauren Conrad and Kate Bosworth.
Chalking involves coloring your hair with soft pastels or sidewalk chalk. Since it only lasts until your next shampoo, this look is super non-committal. And unlike other dye jobs that require you to bleach your hair before coloring, this doesn't, which means less damage to your hair. No surprise that it's a favorite with many hairstylists. "Chalking is something every girl can do," says Hill.
And if you're worried that chalking won't show up on darker hair colors, don't. Hill says, "You can get it to show up very well on brunettes. It's just about heavily applying the color."
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