Unicorns are certainly magical creatures
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The term does have various definitions when it comes to women’s hairstyles, but it usually refers to having multi-coloured hair, usually in light blues, lavender, and cotton candy pink. In some cases it may refer to artfully styling the hair to form a ‘horn’ at the top of the head. The first step is to browse stock photos for hairstyles to get some ideas. Here are styling products and tools that will help you achieve that sought-after unicorn hair. Before To Achieve Your Unicorn Hair Read This !
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Compared to other types of dyes, semi-permanent dyes shouldn’t be mixed with creme developers. They can be applied directly to the hair and left on for anywhere from a few minutes to a couple of hours to achieve your desired colour. Because no developer is used though, these sort of dyes are unable to lift or lighten the hair to allow the colour pigment in the dye to penetrate the hair shaft. Favourite dyes in the colourful hair community and pharmacy include : Manic Panic, Pulpriot, Splat, Arctic Fox, Renbow, Colorista, Pravana, Joico intensity and Sparks.
For unicorn hair, starting off with light blond hair is best. Having dark hair means you’ll need the next item on the list, which is –
Very useful but very powerful, hair bleach will strip the natural colour off hair. Be warned that some stinging may occur when applied on the scalp or any part of your skin! It’s also very possible to end up with brassy orange hair if the bleaching process is not done correctly. As such, this step is best left with professionals even if you’re on a budget. Trust us – you’ll be saving yourself an immense headache and days of having awful-looking hair.
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Conditioner helps you in two ways – one, bleach damages the hair and conditioner will help keep it smooth and healthy. Two, some semi-permanent dyes can be diluted with conditioner so the end result is less vibrant and more on the pastel side.
Not ready to commit to colourful hair? Hair chalk in different hues are the perfect substitute for dyes. They’re very easy to wash off so you can mix and match colours until you find the combinations you like.
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Sources : Boundforstyle