Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Holographic Hair Is This Summer’s Hottest New Trend.

When the entire process is done, the end result creates an iridescent effect. Whenever the hair is motion, it'll show subtle variations in tones such as lavender, mint green, cerulean, and so on.

When the entire process is done, the end result creates an iridescent effect. Whenever the hair is motion, it'll show subtle variations in tones such as lavender, mint green, cerulean, and so on.

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Here's what holographic hair looks like when it's wet.

Here's what holographic hair looks like when it's wet.

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In order to accomplish this holographic hair look, hair colorists have been using a technique called hand-pressed coloring.

In order to accomplish this holographic hair look, hair colorists have been using a technique called hand-pressed coloring.

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Redken colorist Chiala Marvici is the creator of this method. She explained in an interview that the process is very similar to screen printing.

Redken colorist Chiala Marvici is the creator of this method. She explained in an interview that the process is very similar to screen printing.

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She starts off with painting different patterns and shapes like circles, swirls, and diagonals. She paints the designs with various colors on a small sheet of hard plexiglass.

She starts off with painting different patterns and shapes like circles, swirls, and diagonals. She paints the designs with various colors on a small sheet of hard plexiglass.

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