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July 21, 2012  | by: Caitlyn Gallip

Lauren Conrad rocking pink dip dyed hair

What is it about the dip dyed look that has become so popular? Just look at pinterest for a bit and you will be sure to see this trend in either hair or furniture. A less committed take on a full color change, dip dyeing hair is a fun way to add some color to your life while still keeping some natural color. 

Selena Gomez, January Jones, and Julia Roberts

Many celebrities have experimented with this trend. From popstars like Selena Gomez to TV stars like January Jones, this trend is for everyone who is just looking for something different. Whether it is flirty like Lauren Conrad or subtle like Julia Roberts, dip-dyeing hair isn’t just for the young but the young at heart.

Hair Chalk is a great way for a DIY change

One of the greatest things about this trend is the accessibility and affordability. Big money doesn’t have to be blown at the salon. By using Kool Aid sugar free mix packets you can make a simple hair dye that lasts for a few days. For individual streaks try using soft pastels. According to the Beauty Department, it is as easy as one two three. So what do you think? Are you crazy about this trend or should people stay with their natural hair color?

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