Now that the festival season is on, it’s time to become fascinated once again with rainbow hair in all of its shapes and sizes. It doesn’t even matter what type of rainbow you want on your hair, as long as it has all of these beautiful colors and creates a fairy-tale-like look that everyone will want to have. However, in this article we will talk about the new Instagram trend that has taken the festival season by storm. And guess what? It’s very tiny. We are talking about the baby rainbow hair that festival lovers and not only will certainly want to try. It’s subtle but chick enough to attract some attention.
You might think that the famous space buns or the glitter partings of the hair might be a bit too much for your group of friends. This is precisely why the baby rainbow hair trend has been invented. It’s for people who want to do something special with their hair, but they don’t wish for anything too dramatic or on the nose. After all, inspiration is all around us. We just need to pay attention.
The baby rainbow hair trend
Psychedelic hair colorist Roxie Jane Hunt is the one person who actually pioneered this interesting take on the rainbow prism hair. The main idea of this hairstyle came from the wish to give up on the My Little Pony-like colored strands of hair and replace them with tiny, prism-like sections that are subtle but chic enough to be observed. The result is absolutely impressive, as it looks like sunlight is hitting the hair in just the right places. Apart from this, you won’t have to pose under your collection of crystals to try and make it look like the light is hitting your hair naturally that way.
It is actually very easy to do, but you’d better let a professional handle it. The trick is to leave most of your hair natural. Then, the hairstylist will have to choose some random small sections of the hair and dye it using rainbow-like colors. The result will be a see-through prism-like look that will create the illusion that sunlight is hitting your hair.
According to Hunt, it’s very important to choose rectangular potions of hair. Then, the hairstylist needs to color these sections using either Mani-Panic dye specially made for salon use, or stencils. It’s interesting that it only takes about 90 minutes to do, so you won’t have to worry about spending too much time at a salon. The popular Instagram filter that creates this effect will be long gone when you finally have the real thing. Hunt says that this is a bold look for minimalists that love the rainbow and its colors. Festival goer who fancy more subtle looks will also surely love it. It’s your choice if you want just a tiny dot of rainbow on your hair or bigger sections.
Wrapping it all up
So, it seems like the baby rainbow hair trend is the latest Instagram obsession that will have festival goers very happy indeed. What do you see? Would you try it? Is it too much for you? Or maybe too subtle? Tell us what you think down below!
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