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These light, pretty colors will provide plenty of contrast against your darker mane. For a temporary peek-a-boo 'do, use a wash out hair color like the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Hair Makeup 1-Day Color in Silver Blue or Lilac or the L’Oréal Paris Colorista 1-Day Spray in Pastel Pink, Pastel Mint, or Pastel Blue.How do you make a peek-a-Boo hair color?
Add a color with a peek-a-boo streak. Gather the top 2 inches of your hair and lift it away from your head. Take the hair about 2 inches from your part and clip it out of the way from the other hair.What is a peek-a-boo style?
With a peek-a-boo style, either the bottom layer is dyed a different color from the top layer or different colored highlights are made throughout the hair. The color is only visible when it shows through the top layer of hair. The peek-a-boo look will work on any type of hair, in any color.How many Peek-A-Boo streaks should you not color?
Do not color more than one-third of your hair with peek-a-boo streaks or it will be too prominent. The best part of the streaks being underneath other hair is that the roots aren’t so obvious when the hair grows out. Caroline Baldwin, a corporate communications director located in South Carolina, began writing in 1998.