The dip-dye, also known as ombré hair, is surely the colour style of 2012! It has been adopted en masse on the streets, but also by fashionistas and will still be at the height of fashion as we go into 2013. Above its style potential, this look is luminous! The dip-dye.
This hair phenomenon could not have passed by without you noticing! Dip-dye seems to have conquered the entire planet. The idea is to dye the ends a lighter shade than the roots. But don’t go thinking that just letting your hair grow out after colouring it will have the same result. Dip-dye should be done at your salon for subtle and personalised colour. Who for?
This is for those of you who would like to change your colour without going for an all-over colour or to shake-up colour that’s a bit plain. Going for dip-dye means colour can be personalised while also going for something stylish and original. Advantages for your hair.
One of the biggest pluses with this colour is its low maintenance. Since the ends are dyed, you don’t have to go to your salon every month to get your roots redone. However, all coloured hair needs care
. Use products designed for coloured hair for your mid-lengths and ends to assure your colour doesn’t fade with time. Advantages for your look.
The dip-dye is surely one of the colours that compliments your complexion the most. This kind of colour treatment gives originality and light to your hair, which automatically reflects on your face too, since the pretty, lighter tints of the mid-lengths and tips will illuminate your complexion. It’s a bit like when you come home from your holidays with slightly lighter hair and a gorgeous golden tan.