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The Rocking New Hairstyling Trend of 2017 is So Stunning You Have To See It to Believe

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There is a rocking new hairstyling trend in the fashion world and it’s absolutely spectacular. The stunning new holographic hair is an extension of the holographic nails, holographic clothes and now holographic hair. Termed as Fairidescent because it looks magical, the hairstyle is a metallic mix of just three colors.

1 A multidimensional effect with just three colors

Creative hairstylists from the Ross Michaels Hair salon have been credited with starting the new trend of holographic in the world of hairstyling with colors. Blonde shades are mixed with Pastel lavender, bright blue and baby pink to achieve the multidimensional metallic hologram effect. The hairstyling trend is almost viral and is all set to be the rage in 2017.

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multidimensional effect with just three colors
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2 Your hair shines like a hologram

The hairstyling fashion trend is similar to opal hair and rainbow hair colors but what sets it apart is the stunning metallic effect that makes your hair shimmer like a hologram which is why the term holographic hair.

Your hair shines like a hologram
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3 The technique

Holographic hair is characterized b its multidimensional hues where strands of hair look opalescent and appear to be color changing on the wearer. According to Redken Colorist Chiala Marvici of the Modern Salon, the technique is derived by a process called hand pressed coloring. It uses screen printing methods and incorporates it into your locks of hair. The stylist first paints a variety of patterns on a Plexiglas sheet with different dyes. A section of the hair is then placed on the Plexiglas which transfers the colors on to hair.

The process sis repeated to achieve the desired intensity with either the same section of hair or across the entire strands of hair.

The technique
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