Tie-Dye Hair

By Erma W.

 

The American roots of tie-dye date back to the 1960s, when the youth-based hippie movement was widespread in protest of the Vietnam War and the strict social norms of the 1950s.  In the hair world, Hollywood hairstylist Tanya Ramirez came up with the term "tie-dye hair" after creating the look on a model, which she says was inspired by the Japanese dyeing technique Shibori. If you want to express some free love with your tresses, try out these looks:

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