If your hair is naturally darker than the shade you’re aiming for, it’ll need to be bleached first. Mark’s stylist applied Wella Blondor Multi-Blonde Powder (mixed with 30vol) to the ends of his hair, then wrapped it in foil. A little heat is applied while it gets to work at stripping the dark brown.
Guys, here’s what turquoise hair looks like (and exactly how to get it)
If you’re going to dye your hair this summer, go hard or don’t bother. Pastel shades are always a good idea, but for hair as sharp as the bloke that owns it, turquoise is the shade to ask for. Pimps and Pinups know how to do it right, so we sent Mark for a makeover. His textured cut, with more volume up top (‘zero fade’, if we’re getting technical), was the perfect match for our turquoise transformation. Here’s how they did it.