With so many colors to choose from, many people are starting to wonder why they have to choose at all. While many people still need to maintain the integrity of their “natural” hair color for work, school, or formal affairs, this hair trend is allowing people to adapt the motto that the mullet once held in the 80’s: “business in the front, party in the back.”Talented stylists separate sections of hair beneath layers of a client’s natural color, essentially hiding the colored hair unless it is pulled up or braided. When the hair is let down freely, the vibrant colors aren’t visible, leaving the client free to go about their business as usual. Students love the ability to express their creativity and hide their colorful locks at school. Accountants love that they can have fun on the weekends and still be professional at work. The trend is especially popular with people who have been nervous to color their hair for the first time as it gives them the option of hiding the colors afterwards.Colorists note that this look isn’t meant for beginners. Working with vibrant colors takes a certain amount of skill, and when this is done badly, it is very noticeable. The shades can bleed together easily, and it only takes a moment of inattention for a section of hair to combine with another and create a muddy mix of colors.
Would you want to try this style, or will you be glad when it passes?
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