I’m sure you have seen all of the vibrant hair color out there. If you’re looking to do a color like this there are a few things you needed to know. First you have to find a color you like, then what type of process you need. Hair color comes in temporary, semipermanent and permanent. Temporary color is damage free and washes out in a couple washings. Semi-permanent hair color will wash out in 4-6 weeks. Vibrant colors require a lot of bleaching and upkeep to keep the colors looking amazing. So make sure you’re ready to make the sacrifice to the health of your hair and commitment before attempting to copy these colors. A bright red is a great starter color for people wanting to try out a unique hair color because it is not completely unnatural especially if you’re already a natural redhead. If you are thinking of this color, keep in mind that red is one of the hardest colors to maintain because it often fades quickly.
Purple hair can be a good starter color because it can be worn as a more subtle tint or as a vibrant all over color. Some black hair colors come with a violet or purple tint if you don’t want to take the dive straight to the purple dye. Purple highlights look gorgeous in very dark hair. Royal blue hair fades very fast so it’s something you need to take care of. Women dread knowing that someday they will start growing in grey hair. Some embrace the grey and silver and sport them even before they start growing them on their own. This is what younger girls call granny color. I suggest you go to a salon first to achieve this look, but if you’re determined to do it at home, use a white and blue toner for a silver or grey effect after your hair is bleached as white as it will go. Can’t decide on one color for your hair? Get them all! Just know that this is a difficult look to achieve and requires patience. For a softer color, try pastels These colors are referred to it as getting cotton candy hair. Don’t want one color? Try a two toned ombre. You should see your Stylist for this one as it can be difficult to do on your own.