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5 Ways to Dye Dark Hair a Bright Color

May 20, 2019

 

 

Summer is around the corner and we all like the trendy hair dyes in bright fuchsia, green and blue colors.

 

But not all of use can have this, since it is more likely to see such colors on a blonde hair. But luckily, the cosmetic industry is thinking also of the dark haired women out there.

 

These innovations are allowing dark-haired women to experiment with new shades, without having to worry about bleaching the hair.

 

These are the five products that require zero bleach,

 

 

IGK FOAMO HOLOGRAPHIC HAIR FOAM

 

 

Let’s start with the subtlest option and work our way up, shall we? This shade-shifting shimmer changes depending on where the light hits your hair. 'Meteor' gives you a tint of blue and purple, while 'Moon Rock' goes from pink to teal. The best part is the effortless application: Just comb this airy foam through your mane and stop when you’ve reached your desired shade. Accidentally overdo it? No problem. It softens easily with water and washes out with shampoo. 

 

 

 

 

 

KMS STYLECOLOR

 

From slate gray to dusty rose and even ice blue, this temporary spray-on color comes in every soft hue we’ve ever dreamed about. We were skeptical that it would actually show up on our jet-black strands and were pleasantly shocked at how vibrant the results were. Best of all, the color didn't transfer or fade until we washed it out the next day. 

 

 

 

GOOD DYE YOUNG POSER PASTE

 

If you’re looking for a pop of neon, Hayley Williams (yes, the lead singer of Paramore) has a line of fluorescent-toned pastes that will stay put until your next wash. Fun fact: The formula glows against a black light, making this ideal for the one night a year you end up at a club...somehow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SPLAT MIDNIGHT COLLECTION

 

Packed with finely milled micro-pigments that attach to the surface of your hair (rather than penetrating the shaft), this semipermanent dye provides up to eight weeks of bold color. And it only takes 45 minutes to apply. Choose from indigo, ruby or amethyst, and make sure to slip on a pair of rubber gloves before you get started because—as you can imagine—the dye is quitepowerful.

 

 

 

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