With many customers facing the same dilemma, salons like Picasso Hair Studio has innovated to create the special Peek-a-boo Vibrant Hair Colours to help you get the best of both worlds!
Whether you are:
You may just find what you are looking for in our compilation of peek-a-boo Vibrant Colours!
A sneaky way to look professional at work and still rock vibrant hair colours is to dip-dye the ends of the back portion of your hair.
When you let your hair down, your hair will still look professional for the office even with hints of colour peeking through.
Prefer a more eye-catching colour?
Instead of just dyeing the ends, tint the entire back layer of your hair.
Similar to the previous look, when your hair is worn straight and down, the colours won’t be visible, not unless you do a half up-half-down hairstyle.
Add in some curls, and the mixture of vibrant and non-vibrant colours upgrades your look with minimal effort.
Perfect for after-work events!
The key to wearing crazy hair colours at work is to keep it simple.
The lesser the number of vibrant colours and blending it with black hair allows for a beautiful contrast, and hides the colours at the same time.
With the peek-a-boo technique, you don’t have to stay away from trends such as the sand art hair trend. You can now wear the colours of the galaxy and let it be your little secret.
Keep in mind to not add too many vibrant colours to your hair if you want to look professional, especially if you are intending to dye a bright shade.
Take the basic topknot to a whole new level.
Your colleagues will be surprised you have been hiding such a wild colour for so long.
Consider going for darker shades of wild colours instead of pastel hues, as darker shades are easier to keep under wraps.
This way, you won’t have to worry about hiding the vibrant colours during office hours.
Black hair with peek-a-boo vibrant colours tend to look more professional but if your boss is not too strict, sun kissed hair with vibrant colours will also do the trick.
Bring a pop of colour to your natural hair by adding streaks of red and other vibrant colours to your natural hair colour.
There isn't a huge dash of vibrant hair colour but it will definitely still make an impression!
Best of all, you won't have to damage your hair that much!
A dark shade of brown with streaks of silverish-grey hidden underneath is another great way of hiding the vibrant granny hair.
If your boss notices, you can possibly try to claim that you are working so hard... you're aging early!
If your workplace is more flexible, you can consider the more obvious dip dye which allows you to test out a vibrant colour without committing to colouring your entire hair at one go!
Thinking of making that hair appointment for your vibrant hair colour?
Before you do that, read our next article on how you can maintain your vibrant hair colour for a longer period of time to see if you are ready to make that commitment!