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Hair to dye for! We take a look at the most popular dyeing trends and how they differ

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We break down the latest hair dyeing trends for this summer. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)
We break down the latest hair dyeing trends for this summer. (Photo: Gallo Images/Getty Images)

Changing your hair colour or even just adding a bit of colour is a great way to get a new look without going for the chop. But it can be overwhelming – with all the trends and options out there, it can be tricky to decide what to have done.

We’ve done the digging for you – here are some of the most popular terms and the differences between them.

Babylights are meant to give hair a sunkissed look, as if it’s been naturally lightened by the sun. The hair is gently lightened, and this makes it hard to detect because the highlights are subtle. The hair is coloured in such a way that it’s brighter at the roots and ends, and it blends with the natural hair colour.

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