The style strikes are in it and it looks like this summer is completely . We can now see why two tones are all frenzy, after all, why settle for one shadow when you can rock two? There is no lack of style ideas when it comes to this look. Besides the fact that you have all the colors of the rainbow at your disposal for mixing and matching, you can also choose from multiple looks, including balayage, ombre, dip-dye, highlights and sand art, the list goes on. With so many colors and design ideas out there, it can seem pretty hard to know where to start. Here are 20 of the nicest neighborhoods, keep reading to see if you can find one that suits you.
As if this rock chick brunette bob was not cool enough in itself, those pink peek-a-boo stripes add a whole new edge. This look is fun and funky, and the thickness of the highlights creates a dramatic dimension for the hair.
Are you looking for a low-maintenance way to brighten up your icy blonde bob this summer? Add some stripes of your favorite bold hue – as you can see here, fuchsia pink goes especially well with blonde. Only coloring the front of your pony not only makes your appearance stand out, it is also incredibly easy to stay informed.
Black and brown Bob
You don’t have to play with shocking hues and rainbow hues to distinguish your two-tone style from the rest. This look uses two fairly natural looking shades; jet black and dark, coffee brown, and combine them together in a way that is totally dramatic. If you want to try this half and half yourself, the blunt bob and the full pony will really complete it.
Black and blonde Dip Dye
Unlike ombre, the two tones do not gradually fade into each other. Instead, these two contrasting tones meet drastically at the end of the hair. Blonde tips about black hair is a great look because it causes minimal damage to your dark hair and requires very little maintenance.
Half to half
Can’t you decide if you look better with light or dark hair? If you’re lucky enough to have a face and complexion that looks good on both, you don’t have to decide. Get inspired by Cruella De Vil and go for this incredibly striking half and half style.
If you are a secret punk princess, but need to look formally at your job or school, this is the ideal look for you. This looks like your average medium black hair style, until you tie it in a ponytail, a bun or other task and reveal the hidden undercut that is vividly pink and comes with a shaved pattern.
Going half and half with colors as striking as pink and blue is all about showing your wild side. That is why the look fits perfectly with a playful style such as fun and funky bunches.
Nowadays, fashion trends are becoming stranger, and it seems impossible to really stand out like anyone else. However, if you are willing to go the extra mile, there is always a way to look completely unique, such as this double-colored hairstyle that consists of neon purple and green.
Sometimes you prefer to give a striking tint to your natural locks instead of two vividly colored shades in your hair. Bright and beautiful red looks beautiful against a background of natural brunette and is a nice way to try out two colors without doing anything too drastic.
Blonde and brown
This look is for the fashionistas and style icons that exist. It’s hard to say what we love the most, from the short Bettie Bangs to the waves on the beach and, of course, the brown thick line that breaks the blonde block.
Curls don’t come much slimmer or smoother than this. This perfectly smooth hairstyle is enhanced by the tie dye style of magical, muted colors that blend into one another.
The Big Bangs Theory
A full thick bang on bouncy, layered curls is a sure way to add drama to your image. If that is not enough for you, try reverse ombre. This fashionable hair trend turns ombre upside down by starting with a lighter color and fading into the dark.
You look like a scene queen when you try out these long red locks and sweeping ponies. The single blonde strip around the edge of the edge frames and makes the models beautifully more beautiful.
Kissed by the fire
We’ve heard of sunlit highlights of blonde before, but this unique style makes your locks look like you’ve just come out of the flames. That fiery hue of orange is a real show-stop, especially when it is added to a dark black base.
Keep it subtle and stunning by choosing two-tone brunette locks. The dark brown color is brightened up by those light nutmeg tips. To perfect the look, curl the layers just as the model did.
These long, lush curls with sea-green tips would not look out of place with a mermaid. Treat yourself to this look if you have super long wavy locks like this. The best part is that the colored ends require very little maintenance.
The great thing about balayage is that the two tones blend together as softly or as hard as you want. If you feel like doing something funny and different, try out strict stripes of blonde and brunette.
Here’s another way to wear two tones of brown in your hair and make it look absolutely breathtaking. A sweet hue of cinnamon painted by dark brown curls will make your hair look healthy and full of life.
Blue and blonde
This is not a haircut for the faint of heart. Try this ice maiden style with a light ivory skin tone and you will eventually look like the queen of winter.
Mix and match
You can play much more than just colors in your hair. In addition to putting together two different tones, why not mix and match, also? A huge side edge, short layers and a super long length come together to make a truly unique cut.