The 00s dip dye hair trend is back – here’s how to make the look work for you

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The late 2000s trend of dip dye hair is making a comeback, and it’s better than ever. From Kylie Jenner to Vanessa Hudgens to Florence Pugh, celebrities are rocking the look and it’s slowly trickling down into the mainstream. To get the look, a two-tone colouring technique is used to create a contrast of colour from the mid-lengths to ends of your hair, usually from dark to light. It’s similar to the popular balayage technique, but much more obvious.

When deciding if dip dye hair is right for you, there are a few things to consider. Firstly, it requires a lot of maintenance and will need to be topped up every two weeks to keep it looking vibrant. Additionally, the style works best with mid-long hair as it creates more of a contrast.

For brunettes, going at least four to five shades lighter than your natural hair colour works best, such as lighter brown, blonde or red. For blondes and redheads, it’s also important to consider the shade you’re choosing for the dip dye to contrast well against your natural hair colour.

Dip dye hair offers a lot of versatility, allowing for natural tones or bold shades for a statement look. Consult with your stylist to create a look that suits your skin tone and hair length for the perfect dip dye style.

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