Colored locks are all the rage right now with celebs across the board changing their hued strands as often as they do their handbags. From dusty lilacs to vibrant aquas, there are just so many options — maybe even too many. If you're dying to dye but can't commit to a single shade, why limit yourself to just one? For the boldest of experimenters, Rickey Zito will teach you how to tie dye your hair if you have trouble picking one color.
Using PRAVANA VIVID's Locked-In shades, Zito created the look by sectioning off the hair's bottom layer into several smaller ponytails. He tied a few pieces of cloth around each, so there would be some hair left un-dyed. From there, he painted colors directly onto the ponytails.
The final product? A rad tie-dyed look peeking out from under the top layer of hair. Cool, right? If you're intrigued by the technique but don't feel totally comfortable with the bright hues, try taking it down a notch by using less intense shades and not coloring quite as much hair.
That's the beauty of this look — it's as personal as you want it to be. Whether you're going all-in or just want to test it out for funsies, it's all up to you. Kinda reminds you of tie-dying tee shirts back in the day, right?
Here's how to get the look:
Not that rainbow colors aren't great too, but if I were to try out the look, here are four celeb shades that I would definitely choose for my tie-dyed strands.
This seafoam shade made headlines the minute Kylie debuted it.
Hil, I really miss the gray-blue vibe your hair had goin' on.
Kelly rocks purple like nobody's business.
This sweet salmon shade is ultra-flattering.
Image: Courtesy of Rickey Zito