Yesterday I had a revelation backstage at Dannijo

 Yesterday I had a revelation backstage at  Dannijo  with the geniuses at  Sally Hershberger Downtown .   Temporary dip-dye hair is possible - even on dark hair.   I mean, hallelujah.  Here’s the step by step: 
                     
  The supplies:   
 Needless to say, you need spray-on color.  The team used  this .  But the essential ingredient is one of the world’s great cult products -  PSSSST dry shampoo . 
                     
  The steps:  
 The dry shampoo provides a light-colored, somewhat adhesive canvas for  the spray-on color, even on darker hair.  Don some kind of a protective  wrap, and apply liberally. 
                    
 Finally, layers of color create an ombre effect. You have to be pretty heavy-handed in the color application but the result seemed fairly long-lasting (like, you can work it on a Friday night and it will be still be there at 3am). 
                    
 While you’re at it, why not apply a layer of glitter?  
                    
  The result:  
 Amazing ombre hair - no bleach necessary. 
  If you try this, let me know how it goes!  As with any hair experiment, it pays to test it on a strand first, even though it’s just temporary color.  Also, you might not want to wear a light-colored top…   
 You can see the Dannijo collection over on  Holier than Now . 

Yesterday I had a revelation backstage at Dannijo with the geniuses at Sally Hershberger DowntownTemporary dip-dye hair is possible - even on dark hair.  I mean, hallelujah.  Here’s the step by step:

                 

The supplies:

Needless to say, you need spray-on color.  The team used this.  But the essential ingredient is one of the world’s great cult products - PSSSST dry shampoo.

                 

The steps:

The dry shampoo provides a light-colored, somewhat adhesive canvas for the spray-on color, even on darker hair.  Don some kind of a protective wrap, and apply liberally.

                

Finally, layers of color create an ombre effect. You have to be pretty heavy-handed in the color application but the result seemed fairly long-lasting (like, you can work it on a Friday night and it will be still be there at 3am).

                

While you’re at it, why not apply a layer of glitter? 

                

The result:

Amazing ombre hair - no bleach necessary.

If you try this, let me know how it goes!  As with any hair experiment, it pays to test it on a strand first, even though it’s just temporary color.  Also, you might not want to wear a light-colored top…

You can see the Dannijo collection over on Holier than Now