Rainbow Hair Color

Rainbow Hair Color

Multicolored hair dye gets more imaginative by the day. From crystal-inspired geode hair to full-blown hair tapestries, the Internet has no shortage of ideas when it comes to cramming as many colors as possible into a single dye job. With a new mane makeover hitting our feeds every day, you'd think every idea has already been explored (but you would be wrong). We've seen both rainbow roots and hidden rainbow hair on their own, but we never before considered what happens when you combine the two. And thanks to Australian salon Blondies of Melbourne, we finally know the answer.The salon took to their Instagram account recently to show the start-to-finish process of creating hidden rainbow roots. Turns out hiding the technicolor accents is all in the placement. By applying them on the underside of the hair, the stylists created a rainbow that's only visible when the hair is braided or brushed back from the forehead (yes, they essentially turned rainbow roots into a rainbow hairline, and we're here for it). If you're wondering how to hide a typically eye-catching dye, this technique turns the trend on its head in the coolest way. See it in action below!LoadingView on InstagramLoadingView on InstagramLoadingView on InstagramLoadingView on InstagramLoadingView on InstagramRelated: 19 GORGEOUS Hair Color Trends We Can’t Wait to Try in 2017
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Rainbow Hair Color

The salon took to their Instagram account recently to show the start-to-finish process of creating hidden rainbow roots. Turns out hiding the technicolor accents is all in the placement. By applying them on the underside of the hair, the stylists created a rainbow that's only visible when the hair is braided or brushed back from the forehead (yes, they essentially turned rainbow roots into a rainbow hairline, and we're here for it). If you're wondering how to hide a typically eye-catching dye, this technique turns the trend on its head in the coolest way. See it in action below!
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Rainbow Hair Color

At this point, we've written more rainbow hair stories (and every trending color spinoff in between) than we can keep track of. But somehow we're still in awe every time one of our favorite colorists posts their latest multicolored creation on Instagram – and we have a feeling we're not alone. With endless options from a single-tone fade to subtle hints of iridescent color and every full-on, no-color-left-behind look in between, there's no greater #hairinspo than a rainbow bright look. Whether you're looking to live out your Lisa Frank dreams IRL, or just live vicariously through someone else's mix of peachy pastel and aquamarine locks, these are some of the most magical rainbow hair masterpieces we've ever laid heart eyes on.
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Rainbow Hair Color

If you thought that only celebrities can rock rainbow hair, think again. There’s no reason to resign yourself to a normal coif — you don’t need a glam squad to achieve wildly vivid waves or colorful curls. We did some digging online and found these girls (most of whom do their own dye jobs!) with some seriously enviable strands. Even if you’re not interested in turning up the drama on your hair game, you’ll fall in love with these amazing looks. Read on to see the best bright hair of the Internet, and don’t blame us if you end up dyeing your hair purple. Related: Women Are Now Hiding Their Grown-Out Roots With Glitter The Truth About Dyeing Your Hair Rainbow Colors Yes, Even Brunettes Can Pull Off the Pastel Hair Trend
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Rainbow Hair Color

Multicolored hair dye gets more imaginative by the day. From crystal-inspired geode hair to full-blown hair tapestries, the Internet has no shortage of ideas when it comes to cramming as many colors as possible into a single dye job. With a new mane makeover hitting our feeds every day, you'd think every idea has already been explored (but you would be wrong). We've seen both rainbow roots and hidden rainbow hair on their own, but we never before considered what happens when you combine the two. And thanks to Australian salon Blondies of Melbourne, we finally know the answer.
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Rainbow Hair Color

“As long as you’re not lifting any color out of the hair shaft and just depositing pigment into it, coloring your hair at home won’t really cause any damage,” Freidman told Cosmopolitan.com. “What causes damage with box color is when ammonia, peroxide, or bleach is involved, which are all necessary to extract your hair’s natural pigment. Color-depositing dyes like Splat and Manic Panic contain direct dye. When you squeeze the color out of the tube or open the jar, what you see is how the color will show up on your hair. It also means the color most likely doesn’t contain harsh ingredients for your hair that will strip it of its color or hydration, so it’s safe to use at home.”
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Rainbow Hair Color

If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me what hair dye I use to get my candy-colored hair, I would have enough money to go to Sally Hershberger every six weeks for a touch-up by a professional colorist. (I WOULD LOVE THAT.) As it stands, I dye my hair at home, and I’ve grown used to seeing the shower tiles splattered every color of the rainbow. After about six years of doing this, I’ve tried pretty much every hair dye brand out there.
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Rainbow Hair Color

It’s been 20 years since then, and sadly, I’m still not a mermaid. I also still haven’t tried to dye my hair any color of the rainbow, because, as I said, I have dark brown hair, and in order for me to go blue or something, I’d likely have to go through a looooooong bleaching process first for the color to show up. Not only would bleaching it take forever, I’m also too worried about the health of my hair to ever bleach it (let alone bleach it and dye it myself).
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I’ve been using this deep conditioning brand over all others for the past two months and I don’t think I’ll be going back to another brand any time soon; it’s just that good. Most importantly, it’s that good for lazy people. I don’t shampoo my hair anymore, or worry about deep conditioning treatments on top of bleaching my roots – I just use these products every time I wash my hair, and my hair has looked vibrant until the day I touch it up. It’s a line of color depositing conditioners with semi-permanent color, so it’s basically a hair mask and hair dye all in one. It’s a really lovely hair mask – I actually don’t use the daily conditioner at all (it’s not hydrating enough to me) but use the deep conditioner every time I wash my hair, and it’s been great. They have different shades and intensities so all your bases are covered. The tub of deep conditioner is gigantic, so it’ll last you several months of reapplication.  
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Okay, so it's not a permanent rainbow look, but it's arguably way more fun. Daniel Moon, who we all owe our thanks to for the glitter roots trend, created these sparkly streaks of rainbow with his Major Moonshine glitter gel.
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If you thought that only celebrities can rock rainbow hair, think again. There’s no reason to resign yourself to a normal coif — you don’t need a glam squad to achieve wildly vivid waves or colorful curls. We did some digging online and found these girls (most of whom do their own dye jobs!) with some seriously enviable strands. Even if you’re not interested in turning up the drama on your hair game, you’ll fall in love with these amazing looks. Read on to see the best bright hair of the Internet, and don’t blame us if you end up dyeing your hair purple.
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This hair dye is the best out there if you don’t want to be wed to your color for forever, but don’t want to have to touch it up every other week. It’s a thick cream consistency and some colors are even glow-in-the-dark, if you’re into that. It will last not for weeks, but months, and it’s the hair dye of choice for every rainbow-head I’ve ever met. It is so popular, in fact, that there was an international shortage and backorder on most of the colors for more than six months. If you heard a loud sound in the distance a few months ago, it was probably the cumulative screams of every purple hair girl in the world who ran out of her supply.

Golden told HuffPost that the most important part of doing a hidden rainbow look is maintaining the integrity of the hair while lightening it to a point where the colors will be vivid. “Done wrong, the colors mix with the base tone of the hair and make a color not intended,” she said. For instance, blue on yellow-blonde will result in a green color.

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