Recent pictures of Keeping up with the Kardashians star Kylie Jenner’s teal green ombre hair has prompted a change in the way we view hair colours, widening the colour spectrum normalising unconventional colours such as green or pink giving us more freedom to experiment. In the photo above Kylie rocks a bold teal green ombre resembling the Icicles of Misotsuchi breaking last year’s fall/winter trend of dip dyed ombre by starting the punk green colour closer to the her roots.
So how do we achieve this look?
Her hair colourist Andy Lecompton reveals all here
Providing a detailed step by step procedure for those of us wanting to break the mould and be bold this winter.
For celebrities with dark hair such as Vanessa Hudgens and again Kylie Jenner dip dyed ombre is still very popular, Kylie rocking a subtle faded dip-dyed ombre and Vanessa opting for a copper red fading into a yellow gold imitating a fall leaf in the pictures below. Both going for an alternative look by using more than one colour.
Dyeing your hair can be daunting and many of us have had instances where we’ve had to wear a hat for a while after a hair experiment went wrong. Which is why hair chalk is a safer non-permanent solution for those of us who are slightly apprehensive about changing our hair colour.
My personal favourite use of hair chalk was Willow Smith who achieved a quirky ombre on short curly hair using pink chalk.