blue hair mermaid

blue hair mermaidReviewed by michael ellison.This Is Article Aboutblue hair mermaidBlue Hair Mermaid Blue Hair Mermaid Blue Hair Mermaid Hilary Duff is feeling blue!For her hair, that is: The star took to Instagram on March 18 with a snapshot of her teal locks. “@Ambahhh turned me into a mermaid last night,” she wrote alongside the photo, which shows her getting her new blue hair styled […]
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Blue Hair Mermaid


Blue Hair Mermaid




Blue Hair Mermaid

Hilary Duff is feeling blue!For her hair, that is: The star took to Instagram on March 18 with a snapshot of her teal locks. “@Ambahhh turned me into a mermaid last night,” she wrote alongside the photo, which shows her getting her new blue hair styled by Amber Maynard at Nine Zero One salon in West Hollywood.
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Blue Hair Mermaid

Process: Now, when I say this is important, I mean it!! If you fall in love with this mermaid hair, make absolutely 100% sure your hair is as close to white as possible. If there are yellow and orange tones and you use Bad Boy Blue, your hair WILL turn baby poop brown. I have proof of my own experience.
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Blue Hair Mermaid

For her hair, that is: The star took to Instagram on March 18 with a snapshot of her teal locks. “@Ambahhh turned me into a mermaid last night,” she wrote alongside the photo, which shows her getting her new blue hair styled by Amber Maynard at Nine Zero One salon in West Hollywood.
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Blue Hair Mermaid

You can do professional bleaching or at home – or, if you have super dark hair, lay the color on top for a dark tint. Be sure to wear gloves, and spread the color all throughout your hair like you would with a normal dye. Put on a shower cap and let it sit for at least an hour. You can leave this stuff in overnight if you want, Manic Panic is a safe dye! Rinse it out and BAM, you’re a mermaid.
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Blue Hair Mermaid

The 28-year-old model just debuted a new blue hairstyle on Instagram, and it’s giving us major mermaid vibes. (And maybe, just maybe, some Kylie Jenner vibes.)
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Blue Hair Mermaid

Process: If you read the “how-to” for the last section and it was like reading a foreign language, maybe you just need something easier. To achieve this mermaid hair, all you have to do is a simple bleach and dye.
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Recently, the Famous in Love actress posted photos on social media showing off her care-free hue. Back in December, the former Disney star played around with a darker color blue to bring in the New Year. This time around, she stayed within the blue family but went for a silk and sexy teal dye. Associated with island feels and peaceful vibes, Thorne’s hair color matched her scenery in the cutest way ever. Though the 19-year old cubana is known for changing up her hair color often (remember her orange-green ombre?!), we still can’t get enough of it.
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Using your two dyes, paint sections of hair blue and purple as you desire. In the photo, it looks to have no set pattern – just random bits of blue and purple. You may want to tin foil the sections as they set, but I wouldn’t worry about it too much. The colors are similar enough that if they touch, it won’t be such a big deal.
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Process: If you’re looking to replicate this gorgeous ombre, you’ll have to have very light ends. There’s this thing with blue/green dye where if your hair isn’t PERFECTLY platinum, it’ll turn baby poop brown. If you have dark hair, you will definitely have to use some sort of bleach to lift the color from your ends.
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But if it’s Thorne’s blue hair that caught your attention, and has you itching to attempt a similar look, here’s a tip: since colors such as teals and blues can often require bleach, deep conditioner should be your new BFF and go-to product. Nourishing your pelo once or twice a week will leave it feeling healthier and restore its shine that tends to go away with harsh chemicals.
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One thing before we start – for most of these styles, you’ll have to bleach your hair. If you’re new to bleaching and dying and need some help, check out my article on how to bleach dark hair! Now, let’s get on with the styles.
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Separate the different dyes into bowls, with a dye brush designated for each color. Carefully take sections and paint them with the dye brush, root to tip, as desired. This is where the foil can come in handy. Line up the edge of the foil with your roots, and paint the strand of hair until it is fully saturated. Then, fold the tin foil over the hair and let it sit.
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Tips for BleachingOne thing before we start – for most of these styles, you’ll have to bleach your hair. If you’re new to bleaching and dying and need some help, check out my article on how to bleach dark hair! Now, let’s get on with the styles.
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If you are opting to dye your roots black, you can totally do it at the same time that you put in Manic Panic Enchanted Forest. The Enchanted Forest dye is closest to what you see in the photo. If you’d like the same effect but more of a blue tone, try out Manic Panic’s Atomic Turquoise!
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As you can see from the photo, this lady’s roots are quite dark. You could achieve this by using a dye brush to apply Manic Panic’s Raven Black to your roots – or skip it, if your hair is already fairly dark.
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To achieve an ombre, you have to mix a few varying concentrations of dye – so that it’ll have that nice fading effect. If your hair is boobs-length, you’ll probably be good with one mixture. Using a bowl, mix equal amounts dye and conditioner. Set it aside for later!
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Using a clean dye brush, do the same with the dye/conditioner blend. Paint it down to about two inches away from the tips of your hair. Leave the tips dye-free – so they stay as light as possible! After about an hour, wash it all out. If the dye has bled too much into your white ends, use hot water and baking soda to lighten them back up!
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Work your way through all of your hair, being careful not to mix colors. Let it sit as long as your heart desires, at least a few hours. If you have friends, now is the time to call on them for help!
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Process: You could do this on dark hair without bleaching, it won’t be nearly as light as in the photo BUT it’ll look killer in the sun. Whether or not you opt to bleach, the process is simple.
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Beginning with the purple side, start off using Manic Panic Lie Locks. Paint along your part and your roots using your dye brush, and carry the dye down about halfway down the length of your hair. Wash your dye brush, and then apply Mystic Heather the rest of the way down.
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When you’re done, put that side up in a pigtail and let the other side of your hair down. Copy the same process as before, but fading from Atomic Turquoise to Siren’s Song. REMEMBER to mix Atomic Turquoise with conditioner – I’d do about half and half or so. The turquoise is pretty dark, so you can choose how light you want it to be with conditioner.
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Process: Start at your roots with Siren’s Song, making sure to fully saturate the roots. About halfway down the length of your hair, Begin painting on with Violet Night and Mystic Heather. It’s okay to mix the colors, so have fun! Washing out in the shower will also help the colors blend a bit more on the ombre.
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Last month Cara Delevingne shaved her head for her role in the upcoming film Life in a Year, where she plays a woman who is told she has a year to live following a cancer diagnosis. But lest you think her new look is limiting her hair game, we give you exhibits A, B, and C of Delevingne's getting creative: Earlier this month the model-turned-actress turned heads—and made headlines—when she showed up at the annual Met Gala with a silver-coated, bedazzled scalp. Last weekend she walked the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards sporting a head tattoo. In her latest installment, which took place Saturday on Instagram, Delevingne donned a wavy turquoise wig. And we have to say, we love how she's working this canvas of hers to try out so many otherworldly looks.
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Hilary stepped out for an errand run after her, er, highly eventful morning at the hair salon and showed us that her locks were not only dip-dyed—they’re turquoise from the root. We haven’t seen Hilary looking this rocker-chic since, well, ever, really. It’s definitely a fun, unexpected look, but we wouldn’t be surprised if we see Hil back to her normal blond waves soon. __________________________

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