Punch Up Your Part With This Beyond-Easy Hair Color DIY




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Is it just us or are plain ol' parts feeling a little bit blah these days? Sure, we can always add a jazzy side sweep to our ‘dos, or back to the tried-and-true zig-zag of the '90s, but that doesn’t always, well, do it. Thankfully, in the midst of trying out all of these new bun iterations, Fahrenheit Salon's Emily Bassolino turned us onto a style that ups the ante when it comes to cool coif creations.

And, since adding a "pop of color" is making major waves, sartorially speaking, these days, we thought: Why not give it a whirl on our locks, too? Perfect for finicky or indecisive types — this statement-making DIY is an must-do for gals wanting to turn heads — temporarily. Read our steps below on how you can achieve this punchy part in no time flat.

1. Drape a towel around your shoulders to protect your clothes from the color product.
2. Open Kevin Murphy's Color Bug temporary hair dye ($20.60, comes in orange, pink, and purple). Wipe the color on your finger and stroke it along your part.
3. When you are finished applying the color, add a bit of hair spray to lock it in. Et voilà!

Photographed by Christine Ting

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