Add shampoo. If your ends are very dry and you're dyeing your entire head, don't put dye on your ends. Instead, three minutes before you're supposed to rinse, add two squirts of shampoo into the dye left in the bottle. Shake it up and apply the mixture to your ends. "It dilutes the dye but still gives you a pinch of color and shine," says Louis Licari of the Louis Licari Salon in New York City. Let your hair down : You know how the models in the commercial always have their dye_coated hair artfully twisted up into a bun? Don't do that. "The color won't be even when you rinse it out," says Ionato. "Leave it down until the timer rings."
Peanut Butter & Jelly Hair : Created by colorist Megan Schipani for a client who wanted to "keep it 'natural'" but also wanted "something fun," this clever, two_tone look features a golden blonde inspired by the color of peanut butter and shades of purple to evoke jelly. Buttered Rose Gold Hair : Stylist Presley Poe calls this very 2018 color "Butter'd Rose Gold" due to its blend of slightly metallic pink and yellowy_blonde tones. "For this color, I blended the current fade from her previous color [a bright pink] with the pink melt at the base," Poe told Allure. The result is a lived_in, wearable version of rose.