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Have you seen people with blue hair pass you by and had to do a double take because of how cool it looks? No wonder! Not only is it vibrant and unique, but it is also a versatile color with plenty of different shades to choose from and many ways to style it.

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For those who want to experience what it's like to dye their hair blue but without the long-term commitment, there's a solution. Temporary blue hair dye lets you have fun and experiment without worrying about being parted from your original hair color for too long. Whether you want to create a look for a special occasion or are preparing for a more permanent image change, experimenting with temporary blue hair is fun and carefree.

The main consideration when using non-permanent blue hair dye is the efficacy to which it will penetrate the hair shaft. This largely depends on what color your hair is before you apply temporary blue hair color. For those with blonde hair, a temporary blue hair dye will take very easily and appear bright and vivid. We recommend Color Pop Blue, which will give you a head-turning vivid color. For those with darker hair, this type of blue hair color won't be as strong or vibrant, although it may still offer a subtle and noticeable hue.

Maintenance Level: Direct dyes are more high-maintenance because they're not designed to last very long. However, once the hair is lightened, it's an easy process to just apply the navy blue again once it fades. All-over navy blue requires more work: You must keep up with lightening your regrowth every four to five weeks, she says.

Thinking of adding highlights like Demi? Marshall says she usually adds in different depths of tone to all fantasy colors, saying added highlights can make an unnatural color look more natural and professional.

Marshall cautions you must avoid drug store brand shampoos, saying direct dyes are very sensitive and can fade very fast if they are washed with low-grade shampoos. Also, try to avoid heat and hot water. This will ensure your color lasts as long as possible.

A little over a year ago, I made a beauty move I'd been fantasizing about for years: I went from brunette to colorful strands with the help of blue hair dye, by dyeing my hair blue with green at the ends. I walked out of the salon feeling like a mermaid whose inner self was finally out there for the world to see.

I loved my mermaid hair, but it's also been more work than I expected. Because of that, I've since let my hair grow in brown instead of re-coloring it. That said, through my time with colorful hair, I learned a few key lessons. Here are some things I didn't realize about coloring my hair that you should definitely read up on before taking that plunge.

I expected to be in and out of the salon in one afternoon, but I got in at noon and didn't leave until after 6:00 PM. Between washing, bleaching, drying, coloring, drying again, styling, and possibly cutting, getting mermaid hair is a time investment whether you go to a salon or do it at home. Basically, don't schedule anything immediately afterward. And maybe bring snacks.

If you're not already blonde, you'll likely have to bleach your hair so that the color shows up. Bleach zaps your hair of moisture, which can cause damage, says celebrity hairstylist Kiyah Wright. Be prepared to get a haircut when you go in as well, which is sometimes necessary to prevent extreme damage on the ends. This is the main reason I don't plan to color my hair again: The bleach damaged it so much, I still can't wear it down to this day unless it's been blow-dried, or it just poufs out in a ball of frizz.

The good news is that you can take steps to prevent most of the damage and dryness. Jesse German, a celebrity colorist at Martinez-Samuel Salon in West Hollywood, recommends getting a professional conditioning treatment at a salon a few times a year to maintain your hair's moisture and a trim every few months to prevent split ends. Kiyah suggests using a deep conditioning and moisturizing conditioner or hair mask every week (try the Leonor Greyl Masque Fleurs de Jasmin for an effective treatment that also boasts the prettiest scent).

I didn't realize that even though I dyed my hair blue, those strands would spend the majority of their lifetime green. Within a month, the hair was teal, and within in two months, it was a pastel green. Red dye is also notoriously short-lived, turning to copper and orange, says Kiyah. Black and brunette are safer but still fade eventually. Jesse says you'll have to touch up a color about every two months to maintain it. To make this less necessary, he recommends a toner and color-safe shampoo. You can also use a color-depositing conditioner, says Kiyah. (The Davines Alchemic and evo Fabuloso lines are particularly good for this.)

In addition to fading, your roots will start to show as your hair grows out. If you don't want to rock grown-out roots, you'll have to go in for touchups. Platinum blonde hair, for example, can require a touchup as often as every 10 days, says Sharon Dorram, master colorist at Sharon Dorram at Sally Hershberger Salon.

Hair products containing alcohol and sunlight can also impact your hair color and make it fade faster. In both cases, a UV-protectant like iThrive Color Vibrancy Color Treatment can help preserve your color in the sun. If you dyed your hair a dark shade, avoid clarifying or volumizing shampoos, since they can remove dark pigment, says Kiyah. (In general, sulfate-free shampoos like Pureology Hydrate are the way to go.)

To replace the color after it faded, I DIYed my hair dye while I was staying in a hotel. After I washed my hair, I realized I was still leaking blue everywhere. I had to scrub the sink and shower and sleep with a shirt around my head so I didn't get any more dye on the towels or the pillow.

Complete Bleach and Hair Color kit in one! Everything you need for extremely vivid color - giving you the power to create bright, bold hair color. Create head-turning looks with long-lasting, semi-permanent hair color.

Virtual Try-On portrays vibrant results of starting shade level 8 or above. Product results will vary depending on the starting shade level and hair conditions. Dark hair will need to be lightened for vibrant results.

Complete Bleach and Hair Color kit in one! Everything you need for extremely vivid color - giving you the power to create bright, bold blue hair color. Create head-turning looks with long-lasting, semi-permanent blue hair dye.

Leah LOVES hair. So much so, she dedicated an entire website to it! One of the founders of Hair Everyday and Chief Editor, Leah enjoys reviewing all the hair products and showcasing the best. She believes her most underrated articles are her hair care tips!

To be fair to it, I did like the formula. It was clarifying and yet it contain sweet almond oil, coconut oil, vitamin B5, vitamin E, and keratin that not just form a protective barrier on your color-treated hair, but they also repair any damage or split ends.

Another great shampoo for blue hair is the Gemstone Color Shampoo by R+co. I really liked its extremely gentle formula and the fact that it is free of parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, gluten, and petrolatum.

On using what impressed me most was that this shampoo could thoroughly cleanse hair without stripping hair dye. Which is actually rare as most color-protect shampoos contain oil and silicones that coat hair to protect hair dye.

The shampoo contains a blend of botanical extracts, including rosemary. These extracts help hydrate your tresses, adding moisture and softness. The color-protect formula prevents the hair dye from fading.

The shampoo works well to cleanse your hair without stripping it of color. There are no surfactants in this shampoo, so your blue hair color remains bright and vivid. The color-protect formula also keeps it safe from UV rays.

Blue shampoos are originally used to neutralize red and orange undertones in blonde-dyed hair. These shampoos contain blue pigments, and as the color blue is opposite to red in the color wheel, these pigments help neutralize these hues. People with naturally brunette hair can also use blue shampoos to remove reddish tones from their strands. This gives your strands a brighter, more vibrant look.If you use blue shampoos on blue hair, the blue pigments might help strengthen the color. Most of these shampoos also come with color-protect formulas. So these even help with preventing fading and adding shine.

Purple shampoos are very popular. Unfortunately, they do not have any effect on blue-colored hair. These shampoos are enriched with violet pigments that help cancel out brassy and yellowish undertones from blonde hair. They do not add blue pigment to your hair.

There are several shampoos called blue shampoos that may or may not be sulfate-free. These are designed to cancel out orange tones from bleached blonde hair. However, these, if they are sulfate-free, can also be used to strengthen the color on blue hair as the pigments in the blue shampoo can add to your colored hair, making it last longer.

In fact, using a color-depositing shampoo or conditioner might even keep those pesky roots at bay for a longer time. So invest in these protective shampoos to make your hair color last longer and turn heads everywhere!

Disclaimer: Our shades appear different in the bottle than they do on the hair. Please do a strand test before doing an all-over application.Semi-permanent hair colors cannot be used for root touch-ups.

Arctic Fox has some of the most vibrant colors in their collection. This semi-permanent hair dye is made only from vegan ingredients. It has high pigmenting properties. Its hair colors are also free of harsh chemicals that could damage your tresses. It has conditioning properties that can hydrate your hair. It claims to add shine and vibrancy to your hair. This munificent brand also donates 15% of its profits to animal welfare organizations. Currently, this brand has two shades of blue. Before buying, have a look at this video for more details. 041b061a72


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