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12-08-2009
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I love Alexa's hair colour

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14-08-2009
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Don't they call it candle lighting or something, when the ends of your hair are dyed a different tone to the rest? Or I might be imagining it...


I loved it on Lily Aldridge, actually all of these pictures look lovely... However, what I really don't like is hair that is a different colouor on the bottom and top layers. A friend of mine has naturally mousey blonde hair and she has the underneath dyed brown and the top dyed light blonde, and I really dislike it., I think I associate it with school girl hair as most of the girls at my school tried that look..

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Accidentaly stumbled upon this thread so I'll contribute someone I think does it best!..It gives an uplighting effect

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I agree it looks best when it seems natural...such different colors like the previous post or Ciara etc...looks bad imho...very cheap.

actually I been wanting to be blonde for some time now

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maybe it's just the way the light's hitting it, but it looks very two tone.

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^ Yes it does look two tone and could you please provide the source for the image or it will be removed. Thank you .

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i love Megan's hair

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I never thought people did this intentionally. My hair looks exactly like that due to bleached hair growing out.
It looks good though.

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my sister tried 2 do it in our local salon...and the result was HORRIBLE they just couldn't make it look natural..it was like she divided the hair into 2 section and bleached the lower part sooo ugly
i really would love 2 know the technique of doing it ????

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The two-tone hair strikes again, this time on Billie Piper (dailymail.co.uk):
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^ I was going to post that! I think it looks really good for Billie. More:





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Is it not the same as hair color that's growing out? I got extremely lazy and didn't care that my color was growing out. It's grown to around my ears, and it looks two-toned except that it's noticeable.

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^It's the same.... sort of. I think some women started letting their color grow out (like Erin Wasson for example), and somebody thought it was edgy, and somebody else decided they'd get their hair colored/highlighted on the bottom to achieve the same look... and then a trend was born.

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see, this does not work on people like megan fox or billie piper, imo. they are too fake looking, and the whole thing becomes trashy..i'm sorry, that's mean!, but it's true i think. the pouty lips, too much foundation, the drawn on eyebrows.. it turns the whole thing into a stripper look.. not at all the same thing as the effortless beachy look on isabel lucas, for example.

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^Can I ask what you think that depends on? Like, on Billie, it's not all that noticeable but in the first photo posted of her, the lighting and quality of the photo makes it look atrocious. On Megan, I can't decide either way. I think it depends on the shade you are going for. For one thing, dark brown and a peroxide blond would clearly not work,

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