Are you after the perfect dip dye? Then look no further. We’ve searched far and wide for the best advice from beauty bloggers so that you don’t have to. Dip dye counts Gigi Hadid, Demi Lovato and Vanessa Hudgens amongst its celebrity fan base and you can recreate the look from the comfort of your home...so what are you waiting for?
Skeleton Scribble suggests that for best results and locks like Alexa Chung's, mix your dye with some conditioner using a chopstick to combine them. Hint: As you add more conditioner the dye will get lighter and the more conditioner you add the less time the dye will last.
For perfect subtle ombre hair like Amber Le Bon's, I'm a Beauty Geek says: "Before you apply the dye backcomb your hair as this ensures it’s only the ends that lighten."
Make it look natural by blending the tones closer to your face likeZoella.
If you prefer a natural approach like Drew Barrymore, Pretty Dresses in the Laundry suggests you combine shampoo and food dye for remarkable results. She also recommends you apply the colour using a tooth brush.
An easy way to start is by tying your hair into two plaits and adjusting their length according to how much of your hair you’d like to be dip dyed - Perfect if you only want to dye the very ends like Jessica Alba.
You may be unsure as to whether you want your dip dye to last permanently, Mookychick suggests you experiment with chalks, like Gigi Hadid.
Naturally Curly's top tip is not to forget to put on new gloves when you apply a bright colour.
If you want to add a bright colour instead of blonde to your tips and your hair is naturally darker use a good quality bleach so as to avoid excessive damage to your ends. Zoe London recommends Sally’s beach.
If you're constantly changing your hair like Kylie Jenner, make sure it gets plenty of nourishment. Invest in a rich moisturising mask such as The Arrojo Hair Repair Masque as used by Style Seat beauty blog.