Using a two-tone technique is an awesome way to add depth and dimension to your hair - and it looks amazing with rich tones like burgandies, coppers, or violets.
Even better, you don't have to be a pro to achieve this look (despite what you may think). This tutorial takes you through the technique to achieve a two-tone, dip-dye look. Oz Beauty Expert, Bonnie used Brilliance Black and Brilliance Ultra Violet to get her finishing look, but you can combine any Brilliance shades you like. One of our fave combinations is Brilliance Intensive Red at the roots to mid-lengths, combined with Brilliance Copper Mahogany from the mid-lengths to ends.
When choosing shades to combine just keep in mind you want to go for colours that compliment each other - don't combine two colours you wouldn't wear together. And select shades that will have a smooth, subtle gradient where they meet for a soft, professional finish.