How To Dye Brown Hair Blonde A La Kylie Jenner
Kylie Jenner has proven once again that she is beauty queen by dying her brown hair ashy blonde for fall. The Kardashian-Jenner crew is notorious for deviating from their naturally dark locks into blonde and even platinum blonde territory, but how does one learn how to dye brown hair blonde like the rest of them? Where there's a YouTube tutorial, there's a way.
On Tuesday night, the newly 18-year-old Kardashian-Jenner sis debuted a new look. She captioned a shot of her long, blonde mane explaining that it, "took months of not dying my hair and wearing wigs to get my hair back to health so I can do this!!" She also thanked her stylists, @priscillavalles and @maishaoliver, for "putting up with me all day." Although we've seen her with so many different hair colors, something about her blonde hair is new and exciting.
In her caption, she also said that she was coming after Khloe, the blondest of the bunch. A little sibling rivalry in the beauty department? Yes, please. I'm all eyes and ears. Rivalry aside, Jenner makes a good point about transforming hair so dramatically — it means your tresses should be healthy enough to handle the big change. So that's the first step, everyone: get your hair into tip top shape so the dying process goes smoothly.
Here are five fantastic tutorials you can watch to learn exactly how to dye your brown hair ashy blonde, no matter the place or situation.
1. If you want to dye your hair at home
Sure, you could spend a ton of money transforming into a blondie at a professional salon, but it's possible to do it at home! Of course, you should know how to do it first and have the right tools. Watch this tutorial to learn how to go blonde on a budget.
2. If your brown-to-blonde dye job came out brassy, not ashy
Uh oh. A common at-home dye problem is getting a brassy color instead of blonde. Here's exactly how to fix that.
3. If you have really dark hair to begin with
Scared to give it a try because you have super dark hair? It's a process, like King Kylie said. Here's what you should do to help lift the color of your dark hair.
4. If your brown-to-blonde dye job ended up too yellow
If your dye came out more blonde than ashy, here's how you can get the exact color you intended.
5. If you want to dye extensions — not your entire head of hair
Not ready to fully commit to dying your strands? No problem. Here's how you can give your extensions a beautiful, blended ashy blonde look.