Add water. Before you rinse out the color, sprinkle a little water on your head and mush your hair around with your hands for a few seconds. "It emulsifies the dye and moves it all around so you don't end up with any lines or streaks," says Ionato. Tweak the results : After your hair is dry, if you're unhappy with the color, you can mute it by applying a deep conditioner to damp hair. Then cover your head with plastic wrap and a hot, damp towel. Leave on for 20 minutes (at ten minutes, blast your head with a blow_dryer), then shampoo and condition your hair. If you're still not happy with your shade, well, it looks like you're heading to the salon.
Burgundy Hair : Keke Palmer brings us the best of both worlds, proving that a grown_out root does, in fact, mesh perfectly with a colorful look. These burgundy braids, styled here in a regal high bun, will be huge in 2018, we're calling it. Succulent Hair : Succulents are having an unexpected hair moment. This multi_toned look is cropping up all over Instagram, where it's being reinterpreted with different degrees of intensity. The key is to build the color piece_by_piece from the base_up. Weave in purple and magenta hues at the ends, moody turquoise through the lengths, and jade near the crown.