Getting your hair coloured was a big deal. Then came the rainbow hair, and one wondered if this was it. But this year saw the birth of glow-in-the-dark hair.  


What makes the hair glow you wonder? The answer lies in the “UV reactive rays”.

 

Some facts that you should remember if you choose to do so:

  • Brunettes will need to first lighten their hair to get better results, unlike blondes.
  • It’s not permanent
  • Like all coloured hair, this too can be maintained with proper care.

 

Watch this video of how it’s being done by LA-based hair stylist, Guy Tang:

 

 

 

And here are some stunning Instagram results:

 

 

 

 
 

Go on and glow! No filter. #pravananeons #pravanavivids #olaplexau #glowinthedarkhair #canberrahairdresser #cutitlong

A photo posted by Cut it Long (@cutitlong2905) on Dec 4, 2016 at 11:27am PST