DO YOU LIKE THE NEW WAY OF COLORING CALLED MELTING???I do. I have yet to try it at school and I have yet to trust someone to try it on me, but I've googled it and even saw it on someone for the first time in real life at a baseball game the other day. Didn't love the colors she choose, but still loved the look.
The objective/idea is to have it darker near the roots and gradually get lighter on the ends. Your hair does that naturally with sun exposure, but to make it into an artistic expression... LOVE IT!
Here are a few examples of what I am talking about:
This one is very dramatic!!! It can be done way more subtly. But this one shows very well what I mean by dark at the scalp and gradually getting lighter at the ends.
Drew Barrymore does this style. I think it is just beautiful on her. Still this is kind of dramatic too. But I think this is just the amount of melting you want because it makes you notice the style and not just think she hasn't been maintaining her color.
Julia Roberts does it too--- I think! Looking at this photo it looks like it has been melted, but hers is the least dramatic. Hers may very well be sun exposure fading on the ends, but I honestly don't think so. I think this is just a less dramatic melting effect.
So this is a cool trend actually. You can go dramatic or you can stay very subtle too. So I want to know what you guys think of it? I may just let someone do this at school for me. I did last week get a bright red panel in the back of my hair in my shadow box area. But I think this is really what I want to try.