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How to Get Holographic Hair at Home in 7 Steps or Less

Photography by Sandro Altamirano. Top, $ 40, Zara. Earrings, $ 125, Jenny Bird.

The eye catching style may seem complicated but you can DIY with these simple step-by-step instructions.

Holographic hair is the hottest trend in hair for 2020. The futuristic look is defined by a multicolored color with a metallic sheen. It may sound complicated but it is a look that can be corrected from the comfort of your own bathroom. The main thing to consider is your base color, and how committed you are to your new look. For example, a brand wishing to go a lighter shade of pink (such as Opel in the choice range) would have to bleach their hair in advance to ensure maximum color payoff. Medium-to-light brunettes may opt for instant results instead of Firia Purple amethis, or if commitment is not your thing, Colorista allows you to test a color for a day and both light and dark Works on bases.

Read on for step-by-step instructions on how to get the look based on your natural hair color.

Preference (for bleached hair for light blonde hair):
1. Before you color: Take a hard test to preview your color results.
2. Get Ready: Put on colovist gloves to make sure your hair is drying. Color Optimizing Snap the tip of Craig. Remove the cap from the bottle. Insert the entire contents of the color gel bottle into the color optimizing creme and securely replace the applicator cap. Place your pointed finger on the open tip, looking away from your face and stirring until the mixture is fully whipped.
3. Apply: Immediately after blending, apply the color from the bottle to the dry, unwanted hair. For resistant brown hair, first apply to gray areas. Work gently through the hair as a shampoo. Use all the mixture to saturate the hair, then you stack the hair on the top of your head.
4. Time: Develop for 25 minutes. For gray hair: Leave for an additional 15 to 20 minutes.
5. Rinse: When it’s time, add a small amount of hot water to the hair and take it in a work, rinse until the water is clear.
6. Condition and Recondition Weekly: Apply Care Supreme Color and Shine Conditioner to saturate your hair well. Leave on for 2 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Keep Care Supreme Color and Shine Conditioner and use it once a week after shampoo.

Feria (light to medium brunette):
1. Before coloring, do a hard test to preview your color results.
2. Get Ready: Put on colovist gloves to make sure your hair is drying. Shimmer conditioning developer Crème snap from the tip of the bottle. Remove the applicator cap from the bottle. Pour the entire contents of the flickering conditioning color gel bottle and the aromatic shimmer serum into the flicker conditioning developer crème applicator bottle. Replace the applicator cap securely on the shimmer conditioning developer crème bottle. Place your pointed finger on the open tip, looking away from your face and stirring until the mixture is fully whipped.
3. Color: Immediately after mixing, start the color from the bottle in front of dry, unwanted hair. Work the color mixture gently through the hair, starting at the root zone until it is fully saturated and then working until it is finished until it is fully saturated.
4. Develop this time: 25 minutes.
5. Rinse out: When putting gloves on, add some warm water to the hair and use it gently. Rinse well until the water is thoroughly clean.
6. Deep condition, shimmer and shine: Apply power shimmer conditioner to hair. Work through and penetrate for 2 minutes. Rinse well with warm water until the water is clear.
7. Re-condition: Keep the power shimmer conditioner and the next time you wash your hair, keep the hair silky and shimmering.

Colorista (dark brunette for blonde):
1. Place a towel around the shoulders for clothing protection.
2. With your fingers, apply a think, a dry-sized amount, to the dried strands of hair. No gloves are needed.
3. Brush or comb the hair to distribute colorista hair makeup.
4. Blow or blow dry hair. Style as desired.

When it comes to maintaining holographic hair, use L’Oreal Paris Color Radiation Shampoo and Conditioner to preserve the color (although don’t shampoo your hair 24 hours after coloring to ensure that someone Pigment is not removed) and touch its roots. Every four to six weeks. When it comes to styling your new locks, reach out to L’Oréal Paris Stylista The Bldry Cream to help protect the hair from heat.

Styling by Eliza Grossman. Creative direction by George Antonopulus. photography by SANDRO ALTAMIRANO. Videography by Ben reyes. Makeup by Jodi Yuriku. To hair Victoria hunter.

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