has given itself a makeover for spring-summer 2013! Up until now, this look involved dark roots and lighter ends. But this season, the dip-dye is revamped with more subtle roots for a gentler effect. The spring-summer 2013 dip-dye.
The dip-dye is a lot more subtle this season. Dark roots and lighter mid-lengths are no more. For summer 2013, hair is more natural with sections that add depth but are a lot easier to pull off than a dip-dye with really bold roots. This new trend is perfect for women with light brown to dark blonde hair who are looking for a two-tone style a little less pronounced than the classic dip-dye.
For the more adventurous of you out there, spring-summer 2013 has seen the arrival of a second dip-dye trend, where lighter pieces fall around the face while hair is a lot darker underneath. Rock 'n' roll! Get the spring-summer 2013 dip-dye. Visit your hairdresser
for darker sections within your hair. This year it's no longer about the contrast between roots and ends, and more to do with varying contrasts within your hair. This effect will give your cut depth and energy whilst remaining natural in its colour. This technique suits anyone looking for an everyday colour. © Pixelformula © Jean Louis David