From beautiful, natural-looking auburns to bright orange hair colour; fiery hair is the perfect way to express your fierce personality! The warm shades of orange hair dye compliment most skin tones, sparkle beautifully in the summer sun and inject some warmth into otherwise chilly winter wardrobes.
Follow this easy guide to discover what orange hair dye you should choose.
Shimmering ginger locks are a great way to cover up greys with a natural colour. If your work place or school doesn’t allow for bright hair colours, a natural ginger shade is a great way to add a burst of colour while still looking formal and smart.
Natural orange shades like carrot orange hair dye can be very beautiful in a subtle way. Furthermore, many of our hair dye brands are vegan friendly, so you can look stunning and do your bit for animal welfare at the same time! You can read more about the different brands offering orange hair dye semi-permanent products below.
Fluorescent and neon orange hair dyes require you to bleach your hair thoroughly before applying, otherwise your natural hair colour will stop the orange from being so bright. Semi-permanent neon orange hair is a very bold look that will really turn heads as you walk past… if you’re not ready for that level of commitment yet, try using neon orange for highlights or temporary hair stripes for your next night out.
There are many different shades of orange hair dye, from pale pastel oranges to fiery oranges that verge on red and pink. Orange is a versatile colour that you don’t need to be too careful with. Having streaks of slightly darker and lighter orange dye in your hair creates a flame-like appearance and adds further depth to the colour.
Temporary orange hair dye is a great option if you’re unsure just how bright you should go with your orange shades. Check out the great hair dye brands mentioned below to find hair chalks and wash-out dyes as well as orange hair dye semi-permanent products.
For high-quality hair dyes, look at what’s available from these brands at DyeMyHair:
La Riche Directions: Apricot and Mandarin are both very bright orange hair colours. Apricot is verging on a sunshine yellow-orange colour while Mandarin is a more mature shade with hints of red.
To get a full, bright colour that lasts as long as possible, make sure you follow these simple tips:
Follow those tips and you’ll have beautiful orange hair just like the celebs.
For stylish inspiration on how to wear your new orange hair, look no further than these 3 style icons.
This alt-rock singer is as famous for her orange hair as she is for being the lead singer of Paramore. Hayley Williams has changed her hair a lot over the years, but we’ll never forget her all-over fiery shades of orange hair dye. Mixing neon orange hair dye with strands of vivid reds, pinks and yellows creates a rock look Hayley would be proud of.
How much better would Twilight have been if Kristen Stewart had kept her orange hair during filming? Okay, so maybe it wouldn’t have improved the film that much…. But you can’t deny that the carrot orange hair dye really suited her style. The simple orange colour she used gave her natural brunette hair a warm orange tint. To achieve this you can experiment with using hair dye without applying bleach.
Back in 2010 Nicki Minaj wowed everyone with her dazzling bright orange hair colour. She’s always been one step ahead of the crowd! Nicki went for an all-over, flawless colour paired with bright make-up and a fashionable white dress: a look you can easily replicate for yourself.
No matter what shade of orange you choose, shine bright with our range of best orange hair dyes available at Blue Banana.
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