The description of Modern DIY Colombre Hair
Basically, you take the ombre style and rainbow tize it, with your natural color at the roots and all sorts of good hues fading down from the mid-section of your hair to the ends. we HAD to give it a try but wasn’t too keen on going the more permanent root to help show us a temporary colombré technique… with hair chalk!!! It turned out WAY more amazing than we ever imagined and you just HAVE to try it. No excuses since there’s no dye or bleach involved! HOO-RAY! Ready? Supplies : Hair Chalk* Hairspray Gloves Towel *We went all out and used a BUNCH of colors, a combination of Kevin Murphy Color Bugs, more pricey but great colors, and Splat Hair Chalk, more affordable option! Depending on hair length, color and desired color intensity, each chalk should last for 2 or more rounds of colombré, so you could buy a set with a friend and both use it! PAR-TAY! Here are the colors we used: Kevin Murphy – Purple, Neon Orange, Pink, Neon Green and Splat – Silver Moon, Mint Candy, Midnight Blue Instructions : 1. Stefanie started by curling my hair, to better show off the layers of color when done. Be sure to cover your clothes with an old towel, and either cover your floors or apply the color over an easily-cleanable floor/counter/sink. 2. Separate your hair into several layers/sections, and clip all the sections up except for the bottom one. Separate out a small section of hair and run the hair chalk over the section, starting at about the mid-section and going to the ends, going back over it multiple times for more intense color. Continue to do this, varying up the colors as you work your way around your head. Set each section with hair spray to seal in the color. 3. After the bottom layer of hair is done, let down the next layer and continue chalking. Once you get to the top layer, begin adding multiple colors to the small sections of hair to get the “ombré” look. To do this, rub one color chalk on part of the section, then another below it. Use your fingers (or the sponge that comes with the Splat chalk) to “blend” the colors in the middle. Set each section with hair spray to seal in the color. 4. Set your hair with hair spray and there it is! It’s super important to set it WELL with hairspray because, yes, this is chalk and the color can transfer to clothes or skin. If you are super concerned about the transfer possibility, you can wear your hair up instead. I put mine in a ponytail and top knot after our shoot and it looked awesome! The color will come out after one wash. So simple right ? we share this tutorials to make your party, unique,cheerful, elegant and make your party more happy . Want to know more ? Download this application now and get what you want here. worth to try and you will like it. simply share through any social media platforms. thank you for downloading. please enjoy and give us any feedback.