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How to: Dye Your Fringe Coral At Home


Are you keen on a fresh new hair style that is sure to make you stand out from the crowd? A cool yet subtle coral fringe may just be the answer. Follow these super quick and easy steps to dye your fringe coral at home using Pick & Mix.


How to Achieve the Perfect Coral Shade Using Pick & Mix?

Using the Pick & Mix range is not only easy, but it’s also tons of fun. Bring your unique colour to life by mixing different hues from the range with each other or with the Chalk Finish.

To get the perfect coral shade, simply use the coral Pick & Mix colourant.


Quick note: You will get the closest colour match result if your hair is naturally light blonde or you have bleached it. If you use semi-permanent dye on darker hair, it may result in a less intense colour or simply a subtle tint, which can also look fantastic if this is the look you are going for. To make sure you are happy with how the colour looks on your hair, do a strand test.

It’s also worth adding that you should always do a patch test to check if you are allergic to any of the ingredients within the dye.

It’s time to go for a coral fringe!

Step 1: Brush and Straighten 

Wear an old T-shirt or top as the dye may drip. Brush through your front tresses and fringe to ensure the hair is straight and smooth.


Step 2: Grab a Towel

Cover your shoulders with an old towel or cape, and secure with a clip or pin. This will act as an extra layer to protect your skin and T-shirt in case the dye drips.


Step 3: Section off Your Hair

Pull your locks into a ponytail at the back. Section off the hair at the front leaving only the tresses you’d like to dye coral. To add more dimension to the look, don’t block colour the entire fringe, leave a few fringe strands out – these will serve as highlights.


Step 4: Dye the Roots First

Put latex, rubber or vinyl gloves on. Using a brush, starting dyeing the roots of the fringe, making your way through the fringe lengths and ends.


Step 5: Dye the Front Hair Next

Once you have finished colouring the fringe, dye the hair at the front. Just like with the fringe, start at the roots and make your way down through the lengths towards the hair ends.


Step 6: Massage The Colourant Into Your Hair

Massage the product into your locks gently. This will ensure even distribution and prevent any missed strands from popping up later.


Step 7: Wait and Wash Off

Wait for 30 minutes for Pick & Mix to work its magic on your hair. After that, wash your hair and rinse with cold water. This will help preserve the colour. Blow dry and style as you normally would.

Looking Good!

Enjoy your new coral fringe! 


Why not show off your new look by going for an edgy milkmaid braid look?

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