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Offline Magenta..x

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How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« on: 15 Oct 11 / 05:09 PM »
You Will Need:
*Manic Panic Shocking Blue (CLASSIC)
(http://www.beeunique.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=71&products_id=2322)
*Manic Panic Hot Hot Pink (AMPLIFIED)
(http://www.beeunique.co.uk/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=71&products_id=2294)
*Sellotape
(http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sellotape-Original-Tape-24mm-66m/dp/B000J66WR0/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1318694074&sr=8-3)
*Comb
(http://www.amazon.co.uk/Head-Jog-Pink-Styling-Comb/dp/B002SU26HU/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1318694190&sr=8-1)
*Grips
(http://www.amazon.co.uk/Blonde-Kirby-Grips-long-Brand-New-Carded/dp/B003KA1KWO/ref=sr_1_2?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1318694268&sr=1-2)
*Conditioner
(http://www.amazon.co.uk/Aussie-Minute-Mirecle-Reconstructor-250ml/dp/B001AKHD5Y/ref=sr_1_1?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1318694335&sr=1-1)

Step 1
Use the comb to create a horizonal parting following your hairline, but about 2 inches back from your hairline, from your side parting to your ear

Step 2
Grip the rest of your hair completely out of the way

Step 3
Coat the roots of the hair that you are not dying in conditioner to prevent the colour bleeding

Step 4
Use the comb to do another horizontal parting, splitting the section you are going to dye in half

Step 5
Temporarily grip the top section out of the way

Step 6
Using the tint brush, smother the remaining section in the blue dye, from root to tip. Massage it in at the roots, and comb all the way through to the ends

Step 7
Leave to slightly dry for half an hour, then cover in strips of sellotape

Step 8
Ungrip the other half (top section) of your fringe that you want to dye

Step 9
Use the tint brush (make sure you have rinsed it and dried it after you used it for the blue) to smother the hair in the pink dye. Massage it in at the roots, and comb all the way through to the ends



Step 10
Leave on for as long as possible (at least 2 hours) then rinse thouroughly until the water runs clear


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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #1 on: 18 Oct 11 / 10:21 PM »
Wow.. Just wow

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #2 on: 19 Oct 11 / 03:15 PM »
I'm sorry but...Sellotape?  :o

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #3 on: 19 Oct 11 / 03:50 PM »
I was thinking that, surely it can't be good for your hair, cling film's good for sectioning, or foil :)
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #4 on: 20 Oct 11 / 05:35 PM »
its sellotape over wet dye, so it doesn't damage your hair. it just has the stick so you can stick each end to your forehead/cheek
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #5 on: 20 Oct 11 / 11:45 PM »
I think I'll stick to my cling film. :L
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #6 on: 21 Oct 11 / 08:11 AM »
For those who don't want sellotape in their hair, cutting a square of clingfilm and taping it to your temples/cheeks/forehead will have the same effect, or wrapping the hair in foil as already suggested.

As veggie dyes do not contain peroxide, they are safe to wrap in foil without risking damage.
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #7 on: 12 Dec 11 / 04:21 PM »
Wow :D I'm going to try this with Directions poppy red underneath and Plum on top. Just gotta wait to have my full fringe cut back in.

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #8 on: 14 Dec 11 / 08:07 PM »
That's amazing. Definitely going to try this :) By the way, is the white hair just bleached or dye?

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #9 on: 15 Dec 11 / 03:01 PM »
white hair would of been bleached to a pale yellow and toned to white
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #10 on: 29 Mar 12 / 11:06 PM »
This is exactly what i was looking for :) but im going to use Atlantic blue and poppy red

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #11 on: 12 Apr 12 / 08:45 PM »
It's stunning =D
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #12 on: 15 Apr 12 / 02:10 AM »
Looks great! I'm going to have to try this!

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #13 on: 29 Apr 12 / 01:06 PM »
I am starting to think that i wanna add a few blue streaks on my hair but i am curious when i will wash my hair won't the blue bleed and mess up my red? :S
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #14 on: 15 May 12 / 02:20 PM »
but will all color mix together when washing hair???

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #15 on: 22 Jun 12 / 11:05 PM »
I'm thinking of doing this with my hair on the back but I'm afraid that the colors might mix does that happen to you?

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #16 on: 23 Jun 12 / 09:44 AM »
You can wash the colours seperately to avoid bleeding, cover one part in conditionder whilst washing the other helps. Rinising them away from each other minimalises bleeding too.

If you choose colours that don't bleed so much yoou can get away with being a bit lazy and washing them at the same time in my experience but this only usually works for a small section of hair that is different coloured instead of all over.
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #17 on: 23 Jun 12 / 01:55 PM »
that's a real pain xD I want to dye pink on top and then purple do you think that they might mix? I know that if I dye black on top it will mix with the pink but will the pink and purple mix?

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #18 on: 23 Jun 12 / 02:55 PM »
The pink and purple mixing wouldnt be too noticible if the pink was on top. I've seen some people say that pink and black mix to a purpley shade.
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #19 on: 23 Jun 12 / 03:39 PM »
still I think that is better not to risk it but too bad that I'm so lazy xD

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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #20 on: 22 Jul 12 / 10:09 PM »
Fun Tutorial.
I am like a cat with TP when I try to use cling wrap. I just go nutso! I do like the foil that is already cut. My hair curls right up when I put dye on it & drives me batty!
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Re: How To Have A Two Tone Fringe - Pink And Blue
« Reply #21 on: 25 Jul 12 / 11:57 PM »
Really nice colours!
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