Can You Do a Dip-Dye Hair Color Style Without Peroxide?

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Dip-dye color hair styles are fairly popular. The Ombre style is just one of these. It is sported by celebrities and people who like to follow fashion trends have been trying out this look. Women who like experimenting with color in their hair are also fans of this look.

However there is a problem. While dip-dye styles mainly focus on bleaching the ends of the hair, not the portion closer to the root, they can still cause health problems. Most salons use peroxide to bleach hair prior to coloring.

Peroxide can and often does damage dip-dyed hair. It is also damaging to the scalp and other areas of skin. If you want to avoid strong peroxide, you can try natural, milder agents, such as cinnamon and honey, that still lighten hair but don’t cause as much irritation. You can also use extensions that are lighter than your own natural hair color.

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Sports Inspired or Olympics Fashion and other Style Trends

With the summer Olympics approaching, several outfits inspired by athletics have been seen in collections for spring and summer. Performance fabrics have been used to produce the garments, which are all designed to flatter the female form.

Sporty mesh has been used to create dresses. Silky track pants have been paired with loose tops for a classic evening look.

Monochrome Fashion

Black and white is appearing in many designs for 2012. Several designers have been using the combination in their collection. Bold yellow purses, sunglasses and other accessories are prominent on the catwalk and the street.

Sea creatures are being used on accessories. Some collections have sandals inspired by a sea theme or are made with tilapia skin leather. Floral prints on pants suits and shorts are back.

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Roaring Twenties Couture Shapes

Roaring Twenties Couture shapes are also prevalent in many collections. Models in new collections showed off shapeless dresses done in a flapper style with a drop waist just around the hips.

The peplum, which suits women who have a very slim figure, is used to add volume to the waistline. Ladies with straight lines are happy about that one. Flared dresses that hug the upper torso have also emerged on the runway, along with tilapia leather and other eco friendly trends.

Women will have to get their stomachs toned to show off their midsection in these designs. Some designs allow the body part to be completely visible. Others are not fully revealing. They partially shield the area with transparent fabric.

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