I've had dip dyed hair for about six months now but hadn't got round to doing a proper blog post on it until now. Basically my method was by backcombing the ends of my hair so that only about half of the thickness was left exposed and then I applied a blonde bleach in small sections, wrapped them in tin foil and left the dye on my hair for 20 minutes. If you remember to do the backcombing step this means the dye will blend a lot better with your natural hair colour rather than looking like a stark difference between the two colours. If you want to go even blonder then you can always dye it again but make sure not to make the mistake of trying to make it too blonde to begin with or it may come out looking silly or making your hair damaged. But also keep in mind that using bleach will probably dry out your hair and make it frizzy so be sure to take care of it by using hair oils and good hair conditioner. My dip dye has faded now as it was a few months ago since I last used blonde hair dye but I slightly prefer the natural look that my hair has now and think the ends look sun-kissed rather than a fake looking blonde. If you daren't try your hand at dip dying at home then I highly recommend popping to the Four London Salon who did my first dip dye last Summer.