conrad's Tie dye hair

With her blonde locks seemingly dipped in an array of Kool-Aid inspired hues ranging from pink and purple to blue, rainbow-coloured, tie-dye hair, certainly marries her two new passions. BUt it seems she has acted a little too hastily, as the hippie favourite has just been voted the worst look of the past 50 years.
new lauren conrad tie dye hair
(okay, that’s the understatement of the century considering her thick, long, shiny strands…) to fab. And while she may have (less than a week later) colored her hair back to its usual blonde hue (much to our dismay), we’re nevertheless inspired and – thankfully - the punk-inspired look is something we can all pull off (yes, even those of you who work in conservative offices!) since the colorful strands are easily concealed by pulling your hair into a bun, tucking the ends under. Though the Seventies look is a major trend this season, some 72 per cent of women consider it a sartorial mistake - at the top of a list which also included shell suits, dungarees and Crocs
rainbow tie dye hair of conrad
Kristin Ess may have been the Los Angeles-based colorist behind Lauren Conrad’s (tie-)dye job, but this is a look anyone can get at their local salon or even at home The tie-dye practice has been around since ancient times and was first known to be used in Peru between 500-800 AD. In order to tie-dye, wet material is bound with string or rubber bands and then the dye poured over the top, leaving it to soak in and dry. Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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