DIY HAIR DYE

I’m so excited to share with you today this awesome book DIY DYE Bright and Funky Temporary Hair Coloring you do at Home. AND we’re giving away 2 copies!

DIY Hair Dye Book Review by Trinkets in Bloom

If you’re looking to create some diy hair dye and you’re not sure where to start or what’s the best method, this is the book for you. The author Loren Lankford has really done her homework. She covers most every type of dying, preparing to dye, what to expect from different colors and a whole lot more. She answered questions I didn’t even know I had about hair dying.DIY Hair Dye Book Contents

It’s really fascinating how many different ways there are to dye your hair. This book covers all methods from natural dyes like henna, lemons and cinnamon for highlights to using kool-aid and chalk and even tips for using store bought dyes like manic panic.DIY Hair Dye Book Preparation

There are a lot of products out there now; hair chalks, sprays, pastes, this book also shows you how to use these products for optimal color and how to make the color last. There’s even a recipe to make your own hairspray and glitter hair gel. I can’t wait to make these!DIY Hair Dye Book Dyes

If you’ve ever wanted to dye your hair yourself, or even if you already do, this book has some really great tips and tutorials to walk you through most any technique you want to try.DIY Hair Dye Book Style

I’ve been dyeing my hair for longer than I can remember, I’ve tried henna, manic panic (I had a pink phase) and of course bleaching. (Oh, don’t look so surprised!) This book is really helpful, like that friend who’s already tried it all so she can help you avoid mistakes. I wish I would’ve had this book in my 20’s, I probably would’ve tried a lot more colors.

While this book covers mostly bright colorful hair dyeing, it also has some great tips and techniques for bleaching, highlights and creating that cool ombre effect.

To win – leave me a comment and tell me what color you’ve always wanted to try. The contest will be open until thursday March 27th at midnight EST.
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I will notify the winners by email and announce them on the blog next Friday.

Good luck!

This is a sponsored post, I have been compensated for the post. However, all opinions and ideas are my own.

19 comments on “DIY HAIR DYE

  1. Melissa Burford on

    I really want to try teal or purple. I’m like you… I wish I had this when I was in my 20’s, but I’m still itching to color my hair some funky, fabulous color!

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  2. Sarah Berkowitz on

    I haven’t been able to dye my hair because of it getting treated, but now that I am growing it out and getting my “original” hair back, I have always wanted to see what purple or blue would look in my hair. I have thought about using the chalk in my hair, but I never had the chance to actually purchase it. :) Love your DIY bracelets :D

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    • Ronda Yeager on

      my computer knocked me off and gave me an error and when I went back to redo the comment the site said my comment was not posted. So reposted and then the first comment showed up sometimes I just hate computers. That is why there are two comments

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