Thursday, August 2, 2012

Dip-Dye Style

I was doing grey/purple dip-dye for my friend
   What's on trend at the moment seems to be fashion of "Dip dyed hair" or "Dip-dye style" that girls like us craze for. Brown or light blond is dead while pink, purple, green and rainbow is all that matters. Some have been inspired by celebrities such as Katy Perry, Jessie J also many others.

 I'd been thinking over and over for a long time that should I do it? or how am I supposed to get it done, do it by myself or go to hair salon? Because I'm afraid my hair would be totally damaged and dried. Thus, my final decision is using a "Chalk"

If you google, you'll see loads of pages about how to do dip-dye hair and if you're looking for the cheapest and colours that you can change day by day, then my suggestion is to use a chalk pastel.

You can DIY at home, simply just make your hair wet and then grab your favourite colour and play with it. However, you'had better wear a black or dark color tee because therer'll be smudge all over you shoulder even when it dries. And my choice is to blend purple pastel+pink together. But if you want to look more unique then I suggest the green one ;)

I combined Pink/Purple together 

For those who want to try some other ways, you can
1) Go to hair salon
2) Bleach product
3) Spray
4) Gel products

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Have fun :))


  1. I really wanted to try dip dye too but I was worried it would damage my hair. I got these instead - I&K dip dye hair extensions They’re available at and there's some gorgeous colours. I got the turquoise one! Kate x

    1. That's really amazing Kate, actually I really like turquoise one :) thank you though

      Gail x