Incredible Ways to Dye Your Hair

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Sometimes regular hair dye just doesn't cut it. Its so regular, and everyone has been doing it forever. We are now in 2018 and have way more options to stand out in the crowd! In this blog post we will be going over a few ways you can dye your hair and be sure to stand out!

Marble Hair Dye

You can go for multiple colors in your hair. Something that is sure to make you stand out in the crowd. You can show up and be the rare unicorn you always dreamed of being. Hairstylist Ash Fortis was inspired by the marble nail art videos and transferred the trend to hair dye. 

"Nail art is a huge influence of mine, so I thought, 'How can I bring it to hair?'" she said of her signature technique.

And what makes marbled hair so much more special is that the results are unique every single time.

So how does Ash create the look?

 

 

Mesh strips are coated with shaving cream. Then, Ash swirls in the rainbow shades of dye with her color brush. She then takes each section of hair, pressing them individually onto the strip, and covers the strands with plastic.

Pretty cool, right?

Temporary Hair Dye Wax

This new temporary hair dye lets you spice things up by letting you change your hair color as often as you'd like! Maybe today you want to try blue, and the next day you'd like to go red. You can do exactly that. The hair dye wax is applied onto your hair like other hair styling products, and adds color to your hair. No residue is left over and it wont come off unless you wash it off. Making it the perfect for when you want to go out and stand out without having to wait ages to try a new color.

If you'd like to try it for yourself, be sure to check it out here!

 

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 "Glitterage" Hair Dye

If you're looking for something more sparkly, look no further!

Glitterage is becoming the new hot thing on Instagram now.

With swirls of blues, golds, and silvers - it takes party hair to the next level!

Hairstylist Danielle Wade was inspired to provide a style to make "the world sparkle."

 

 

 

While it's not an actual colouring process, the glitter is applied just like a highlight would be to strands.

Danielle then styles soft beach waves to the hair to accentuate the sparkle of each piece.

The whole process takes about an hour.

"You can use the same technique for an entire head, like we did, or add just a few accent pieces that could be a quick-and-easy add-on," Danielle says.

"The Glitterage will shampoo out of your hair; however, it IS glitter, so prepare to have it sparkle-ify your life. I recommend brushing some of it prior to washing to avoid it all going down the drain."

 


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