March 13, 2012

How to do rainbow hair the temporary way

Want to try this cute tie-died hair trend but don't want to wake up tomorrow and be over it? Try these easy and temporary ways to colour your locks.

Clip-in extensions: pick up coloured extensions from fancy dress shops, Ebay or buy blonde extensions and dye them (with your colour of choice). Coloured extensions are also stocked at some hairdressers or wig shops. This is a good approach to take if you have hair that is in poor condition (you don't want to stress it out with more colour, even if temporary) or if it will be a hot and sticky environment and you don't want 'your colour to run!'. 

Spray In Colour: I'm talking about those little spray cans of colour you may have excitedly purchased in your school days to experiment with colour in the only way you could without your parents having a heart attack. These are the kind of colours that wash out straight away. Try Stargazers Colour Spray in pink (which you can buy via Amazon) or search in your local dress-up shop for coloured sprays. To do this properly, first pop on some rubber gloves, and make sure you're not near walls - just in case that wasn't obvious... Cover the floor around you in some old towels or newspaper. Use another towel and place around your shoulders and have it styled by this stage (it will be a disaster if you try to curl your hair after doing this activity). Start by sectioning the hair in half and bring it around to the front and leave the strands flat against your shoulders, then spray colour onto the ends. VoilĂ !






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    • Divide your hair into 2 sections and make sure one side has more hair than the other.

    • Brush your hair to ensure that it is tangle free—the NetsPower Hair Boar/Nylon Paddle Brush works beautifully and won’t cause any split ends.

    • Pick up a chunk of hair at the top and divide it into three equal sections.

    • Take the strand on the right and cross it over the middle, then take the strand on the left and cross it over the middle. NOW take the strand on the right again and cross it over the middle BUT THIS TIME pick up some extra hair, adding it to the left strand and crossing it over the middle. Repeat these steps as you work your way down while gradually incorporating all of your hair into the braid. Once you’ve reached the end of your braid, simply tie it off with an elastic band.

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    • Taking your hair on the long side, form a little bun and secure with a hair tie.

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