What’s New| Why women should try RAINBOW hair color atleast once

To try or not to try that is the question.
If you thought our article about ORANGE hair was a little different this information about rainbow hair may shock you. Noone has ever sat in their stylist’s chair and said give me rainbow hair…..or have they?

In the past we only had Smurfette (cartoon character) to thank for giving us the idea of having vibrant blue hair. Now however bold hair colors are in. If you’re always looking to the next big hair trend..this is for you!

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Rainbow Hair (Pinterest)

Regardless of your skin tones bold hair colors are in. We have to admit that the rainbow styles are slamming! If you’re wanting to be bold and try to tie dye your hair at home here’s tips from Hair Crazy to help you get started.

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Rainbow dyed hair (Tumblr)

How to dye hair RAINBOW

In order to get your colors true you’ll need to get your hair as light as possible. Don’t assume this is impossible if you have naturally dark hair; my hair is nearly black and I manage to get my roots almost snow white without toner on my first bleach session.

I recommend  LO’real Feria Bleach Blonding if you have thick or long hair because it gives you a good amount of bleach, but if your hair is shorter the Manic Panic Flash Lightening kit works just as well. I use the Feria because my hair is very thick.

Unfortunately I wasn’t able to bleach out all the pink, but the majority of it is in the under layers and in the back so it will be covered by the darker colors and shouldn’t effect too much. The only place I may see it is in the ends of the yellow but it still shouldn’t be too noticeable.

One of the hardest parts of dying the rainbow is sectioning the hair. Start on one side of your head and just use the pointy end of the dying brush to part each section in a straight even line, then wrap that section in a hair tie. Once you’ve got one half sectioned evenly, doing the rest is much easier because you can just match the sections up at the part so they’re equal on both sides.

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The colors I used were Special Effects: Cherry Bomb, Napalm Orange, Limelight, Electric Blue, and Deep Purple; Manic Panic: Atomic Turquoise, and Electric Banana; Color Fiend: Turquoise Tsumami. I mixed the three different blues together, despite them being different brands. I don’t suggest doing this unless you have a bit of experience or are willing to take some risks.

Now that you’ve got your hair sectioned, untie just the front section for red and apply your dye, then wrap it up in some tin foil to keep the color from touching any other sections. Do this again for each color, just be cautious not to lay your hair over other sections and make sure it stays secure in the foil to avoid any mistakes. Let sit for as long as your dye instructs. I use and recommend Special Effects, a vegetable dye, so I let dye sit on my hair for a few hours to get the most out of it as possible.

Be extra cautious when rinsing! This is the part that could totally mess up the rainbow because the dye tends to bleed a lot and may bleed into each other if you’re not careful. This is a good time to get a friend to help you out if you haven’t already. 

In the sink rinse out each other separately not allowing them to touch at all, especially with the yellow. It may also help to tie off the sections again after rinsing them. I say to do this in the sink because if you were to try to rinse it all together in the shower you’d end up with a mess of bleeding colors.

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Katy Perry with rainbow hair

Source: Hair Crazy

What’s been your rainbow hair experience? Did you get your hair professionally dyed or did you try this at home?

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6 thoughts on “What’s New| Why women should try RAINBOW hair color atleast once

  1. I recently dyed my hair rainbow…. you don’t have to rinse the colors separately, just make sure that you rinse in COLD water I mean all the way full on blast cold. Your head will feel like an iced bucket but it will not bleed a bit!

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