Highlights the same color as your natural hair? So last year. Now you should try these colorful dyed tips
A few years ago: Unusual hair color like greens, pinks, or blues automatically earned you the label of "freak" or "punk." Manic Panic was the dye of choice, and you could only find it at stores like Hot Topic.
Now: Pastel pink hair has made its way into the pages of "Vogue," and celebs are wearing turquoise tips on the red carpet. "Unusual" hair color has officially gone mainstream and top salons are jumping on the new dyed hair trends.
While we don't know why people have changed their attitude about colored hair, it's a change that makes us very happy. Another way to express yourself and get creative with your hairstyles? What's not to love? Plus, there are a variety of techniques and ways to wear this hair color trend, so it's easy for any girl to try.
Click here to see the latest dyed hair trends.
To get the rundown on all things hair dye-related, we spoke with celebrity hair colorists Kari Hill (from Serge Normant at John Frieda) and Rona O'Connor (from Lukaro Beverly Hills). We also tapped Janine Jarman (owner) and Sarah Merrie (colorist and extension expert) of Hairroin Salon in Hollywood, Calif. Simply put, these ladies know the ins-and-outs of the hair dye world.
Whether you're looking for a bold, long-term commitment like dipped tips, or a quick and non-damaging method like chalking, we got the info. Now all you need to do is flip to the next page.
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