Tie-dye hair is the latest craze just in time for summer

Get ready to be whisked back in time to the ’90s as one iconic trend is back and better than ever: tie-dye. Except this time, the retro craze has been given an upgrade and is now taking over the world of hair, rather than our wardrobes.

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Hollywood hairstylist Tanya Ramirez came up with ‘tie-dye hair’ after being inspired by a Japanese dyeing technique called Shibori. The more you know, eh?

We adore rainbow hues and we reckon this new craze is going to be the hottest thing this summer. We mean, it’s already sweeping Instagram…

Watch the dye technique in full below so you can werk the trend yourself:

Will you be trying out tie-dye hair any time soon? Let us know your thoughts @maximumpop

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