Colorful hair streaks is the new stylish hair trend for the spring season. Designers such as Acne, Thakoon, Peter Som, and Narciso Rodriguez were all seen sporting this look down the runways. It’s a bold yet rebellious look for spring! One can easily experiment with this colored streaks trend with hair dye or by adding hair extensions.
I must say that I was super surprised to see models with hair color streaks down so many spring runways. Just look at the above hairstyles with color streaks. You can not tell me that this look isn’t super cool.
This spring season is all about bold color so why not add it to your hair?
Again, colored hair extensions is a great way to add color to your hair without damaging your locks. But if you’re looking for an inexpensive solution that’s fast, easy, and doesn’t require going to the salon, then an at home hair dye is a great solution. One super affordable option is using kool aid (yes, kool aid) as a hair dye. If kool aid hair dye is a turn off for you, then check out Streekers!
Here’s a quick description:
With Streekers, it’s easier than ever to be fashion forward this spring. Achieving hot, vibrant hair color doesn’t have to mean spending hours at the salon. You can simply select your favorite color shade and apply it directly to your hair for an instant show-stopping look. Change your color, change your look or change your mind — Streekers 8 hot shades wash out easily, for a permanent look with no commitment.
Streekers uses an innovative technology to achieve true temporary hair color so if you’re wondering, it’s not a mascara, a crayon, or a paint.
Streekers are available in these 8 colorful shades: Blue, Red, Pink, Purple, Green, Yellow, Orange, and Ultra Violet.
How to Get This Look!
PUT IT ON
To start, lift hair up and away from your scalp in small sections. Then apply Streekers to dry hair, from root to tip, in long strokes. It dries pretty fast too so only wait a minute between color streaks when you’re designing 2-3-4 tone effects.
TAKE IT OFF
Ready to take it off? Just shampoo. Rinse. Repeat as needed. That’s it!
FYI: For bleached blonde hair you may need to shampoo your hair 2-3 times before the color is completely out. If you get color on the skin, no worries. Just wash the area with soap and water.
So what did you think? Bold color streaks in hair…Yay or Nay?