Some moments in culture are destined to go viral especially when it’s a drastic change in appearance, Dylan O’Brien Blonde dyed hair is one of them!
In the past he’s been known to break the internet for sharing his dance moves on social, however what caught the attention of the media was his new blonde look.
Why did Dylan Obrien go blonde?
Dylan O’Brien blonde hair transformation was in support of his character Colin whos an obnoxious and excessively active online influencer.
In an interview with Allure celebrity hairstylist Cynthia Vanis shared the idea of Dylan going blonde being his idea.
“He had a vision like the Pete Davidson-esque guy…our shoot was only a month long, so it was kind of awesome that he was willing to do such a drastic thing for such a short [time].”
The look reminds us of the Eminem’s Hair as slim shady back in the 90s and early 2000s.
What color hair does Dylan O Brien have originally?
Dylan’s natural hair colour is dark brown that he can mostly be seen it. What we really enjoyed was the actor making the blonde transition public via tik tok.
On the movies Tik Tok account (Notokaymovie) we were able to get a glimpse of the behind the scenes dark hair to blonde transition.
Going from having natural dark hair to blonde can take several hours, in Dylan’s case it took 6 hours.
How do you Dye Brunette Hair Blonde
Before starting, assess your hair’s current condition, texture, and previous color treatments. If your hair is already damaged or processed, it’s advisable to consult a professional colorist.
Choose the shade of blonde you want to achieve. For brunettes, it might be necessary to undergo a series of bleaching sessions to lighten the hair enough for the blonde color to take effect.
Purchase a high-quality hair bleach and developer. Choose a developer strength based on your hair’s natural color and the level of lightness you wish to achieve. You will also need a toner to eliminate any unwanted brassy or yellow undertones.
Apply a protective barrier, like coconut oil or a specialized hair treatment, to the hair ends and sensitive areas, such as the hairline, to prevent excessive damage during the process.
Mix the bleach and developer according to the product instructions. Start applying the bleach to small sections of hair, starting from the ends and working your way up towards the roots. Avoid overlapping previously bleached hair to minimize damage. Keep a close eye on the hair during the bleaching process to avoid over-processing.
Rinsing and Toning
After the hair reaches the desired level of lightness, rinse out the bleach thoroughly with cool water. Then, apply a toner to neutralize any unwanted brassiness and achieve your desired shade of blonde.
Post-Bleach Hair Care
Bleaching can cause significant damage to the hair. Use a deep conditioning treatment and hair mask regularly to restore moisture and strength to your hair. Avoid excessive heat styling and use products specifically formulated for color-treated hair.
Blonde hair requires regular maintenance to keep the color vibrant and prevent brassiness. Invest in color-safe shampoos and conditioners, and consider using purple shampoo occasionally to counteract any yellow tones.
If you are unsure or inexperienced with the process, it’s best to consult a professional colorist. They can assess your hair’s condition and guide you through the dyeing process while minimizing potential damage.
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