Chocolate Chip Cookie Hair Is the New Droolworthy Dye Trend

Dark Brown Chocolate not only for the brunettes

It doesn’t surprise us at all that beauty trends and items are often related to food. Associating a product or color with something edible makes it all the more covetable. Think about it: there’s the Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette, macaroon hair, and a bevy of treat-inspired DIYs. The latest Chocolate Chip Cookie Hair Is the New Droolworthy Dye Trend, it’s a delicious creation baked dreamed up by Ryan Pearl of Cutler Salon.

Chocolate Chip Cookie Hair Is the New Droolworthy Dye Trend

While you may have trouble visualizing this look, it’s a blend of blond and brunette hues that melt into each other — just like a piping-hot cookie. « It’s a much more interesting, fun, and relatable way to name a color than simply referring to it as ‘warm or cold,' » Pearl explained to Mane Addicts.


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To create the gorgeous shade, he paints ribbon-esque pieces of hair, starting his work on varying distances from the root to make it look more natural. « Then I paint a section of hair and blend in the ends of another section of hair as a way to accentuate POP, » he said. He finishes the whole thing with a deep base and a glaze. Because the dye job appears so natural and effortless, it’s the perfect look for the ultralow-maintenance girl.


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The story that raises doubts and make the blonde in effect

The first time I had doubts, that’s when a friend of the director in a big box com told me about the difference of attention she got while passing the blond. She told me that when she was speaking in a meeting brunette, she quickly TV reception less attention since she was blonde. A « blond effect » as she called it. Then of course, he had to convince and persuade the audience of the validity of his ideas. But she left with a blonde in ahead. Living blond

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Men say they love brunettes but they are lying (it’s amazing)

Science confirms the impression in his studies of my friend.Thus, in an experiment conducted by Michael Lynn of Cornell University in the US, we find that men are subconsciously attracted to blondes, although, when asked, they say in public prefer brunettes. So they were 45% to declare prefer brunettes and only 37% prefer blondes say, 8% reporting for their love redheads priority. The researcher to evacuate public statements conducted its study of the waitresses of bars and restaurants. In the United States, their remuneration depends solely on tips. And on a sample of 374 waitresses, he found that blondes received an average of more tip that women with a different hair color.

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The experience of blond hitchhiker

In France too, Nicolas Gueguen, a researcher at the University of South Brittany became interested in the subject. He asked a young woman to post on the roadside. This alternately wore a blonde wig and a brunette wig. The result was not long in coming, as the young woman was stopping cars in a shorter time and more often when wearing the blond wig.

 


 

 

living blonde, le coloristeWhy men are subconsciously attracted to blondes?

Light hair trigger automatic reactions. They are, in general and in Europe, a sign of youth (called rightly the darlings). And hair naturally tend to darken with age. The man unknowingly, looking for a reproductive partner and blond hair, in this context, signal the brain young and so fruitful partner. It is ultimately their instinct to guide them towards blondes but they may not really resist that.


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