This is a very interesting image. I love your blog! I have noticed a lot of this type of hair dying techniques on Tokyo street fashion web sites..I'm really glad I found a blog that isn't Japanese but still covers great parts of Japanese fashion. So cool! You may like my blog too, I do street fashion illustrations, and my bag design was taken in FRUiTS magazine. Check it out if you get the time. :)http://lactoseintolerart.blogspot.com
I'm still obsessing over it. Considering doing it myself although, when I get round to it it will probably be old hat.
I wish I could do this too my hair but koolaid dyed dreads are passe. lolJDiplayfaves.blogspot.com
aw man this is good!
whoever is rolling their eyes right now is not a cool cat.
My eyes aren't rolling.
oh well a side fact is that colour like that washes off pretty easily (but not too) in case you need to avoid grandparents from having a heart attack ... easy-peazy-lemon-squeezy and there is like a rainbow-ful of tones to try out.kool aid colours maybe not (not available here in finland) but more like my little pony colours, they rockkk.
I think this looks still got a few seasons left. I realized I am quickly getting to an age where it is unacceptable to dye your hair crazy colors in the office space. It's time to start experimenting again before my window closes.
nah not yet
Thank you for featuring my photo ^__^ xx
I'm NOT either! i have ombre hair but it's still too dark sadly to get it to the cute pastel shades.<3Kaylawww.thenightmagic.com
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