Fab or Fad? Dip Dye Hair

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We all remember Lauren Conrad’s dip dye hair post on her blog from last year. Besides Lauren, I did not see many people try this trend in 2011. But as summer of 2012 is approaching soon, it seems that the trend is about to pick up some steam. I have already seen a few girls from school and on the street sporting the dip dye hair trend. The best part of this trend is that even with permanent hair colour there isn’t that great of a commitment. When the trend blows over, all you have to do is get your ends snipped off.

This could also just be a fun thing to do on the weekends with your BFF. (No worries about the crazy colours that unexpectedly come out of the home colouring products you see in TV shows!)

If you are looking for a more temporary fix to this trend, there are several alternatives for that as well. There are temporary hair colour sprays that come with an inexpensive price tag at the drugstore.

A new hair product by stylist Kevin Murphy has just recently come onto the market that has received a lot of buzz. It is called the COLOR.BUG. Here is what Murphy says about his new product, “I wanted full on colour but without the commitment! I had had my share of moments where I wanted crazy colour hair on a Friday, but come Monday morning I didn’t want my crazy colour anymore. I want to be able to put it on and just as easily take it off. COLOR.BUG is wipe on, wipe off colour!  It’s just for fun and just for the one night.

Click here to watch a video of Kevin Murphy demonstrating how to apply his new product.

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