Stevens used the blender to apply contrasting and highlighting tones over the existing hair colour, which, like strobing, "enhance[s] the natural tones of the hair," the representative says. "It's ideal for [anyone] that wants to have some light and life lifted back into [their hair]."
That's right — not only can these little sponges help you with strobing, it turns out they're also pretty useful tools for dyeing your hair multiple colours.
U.K. hairstylist Jamie Stevens proved this theory in three simple Instagram posts. Step 1: Cut the £16 Beautyblender in half (the horror!).
Step 2: Use the round side of the Beautyblender to gently press on brightly coloured dye — in this case, ink black, deep purple, and yellow.
Some snippets of some colour techniques we are using for our models tomorrow and that we use in the salon and with @matrixhaircare @matrixglobal at #salonlondon2016 @hairdressersjournal @fellowshiphair. Come and see the results tomorrow @hairdressersjournal @fellowshiphair #makeup #strobing #matrixhaircare #iamME #JamieStevens #JamieStevensHair @behindthechair_com @maneaddicts