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Committing to a hair color is no easy feat, especially with so many hair color ideas to try. If you’ve ever been torn between two hair colors—a choice that can change your entire beauty look—you understand the importance of this decision. Luckily, there’s a new hair color trend that allows you to experience the best of both worlds: color-changing hair dye! Below, we’re sharing two types of color-changing hair dye to help you upgrade your mane.
As if color-changing hair dye wasn’t exciting enough, there are two types you can try. Keep reading for all the details.
If you want your mane to really make a statement, considering using glow in the dark hair dye. This type of color-changing hair dye switches hues when under a black light—AKA you won’t have to worry about your girls losing you at the club! Ready to give your strands a radiant boost? You can use the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Hair Makeup 1-Day Color to do just that. This wash out hair color rinses out in just one shampoo—so you don’t have to commit to your color-changing strands for long. The line offers three black light hair colors to choose from: neon green, neon yellow, and neon pink.
Wondering how to use this color-changing hair makeup? It’s as easy as 1-2-3! First, place a towel around your shoulders to protect your clothes—or opt to wear an old T-shirt that you can part with. Then, with your fingertips, apply a dime-sized amount of hair makeup onto a thin, dry, strand of hair—no gloves needed. Comb or brush hair to distribute the color changing hair makeup. Air dry or blow dry, and style as desired. Once your style is situated, turn out the lights and break out the black light!
Want a hair color that truly embodies your persona? Consider this next type of color-changing hair dye: mood hair dye. Similar to the mood rings that were all too popular back in the day (hello, throwback), mood hair dye reacts to your body temperature and environment—so if you've ever wished you had a sign on your head that says exactly how you feel, your wish has been granted. Since these colors are typically heat-activated, keep in mind that the environment outside (is there a brisk breeze?) can come into play as your color changes. You can also encourage color changes with the heat from some heat tools.
Now that you know more about these two types of color-changing hair dye, you’re probably wondering the best ways to style your colorful mane. Below, find three ways to rock shade-shifting tresses.
If you’re sporting mood hair dye, this look is for you. For a two-toned mane, consider curling only the ends of your hair. Since your color-changing hair dye is heat activated, the result will be ends that are a different color than the rest of your mane, creating a truly trendsetting look. Just be sure to spritz on a heat protectant beforehand!
A playful, color-changing hair color calls for a fun hairstyle to go with it! Throw your mane into some space buns for a carefree look that’s perfect for a festival or concert. Not sure how to create this style? Here’s How to Do Space Buns.
Fishtail braids are the perfect dimensional style to rock with color-changing hair dye. Rather than color your entire mane, braid your hair and brush temporary black light hair color onto certain strands after the fact. You’ll be left with a braid that lights up your look.
Now that you know how to use color-changing hair dye for a two-toned look, why not add a two-toned twist to your makeup look? Here’s How to Rock a Two-Toned Eye Makeup Look.