On the list of things this fashion model needs to worry about, a longer, skinnier neck isn't one of them. But for the rest of us who weren't born with the DNA of a swan, this crazy hair-coloring trick from the Thomas Tait show really works.
Look closely at the picture above. Do you see how the model's hair behind each ear is darker than the rest of her strands? That's not a coloring oversight. Vidal Sassoon hairstylist Duffy dyed the back underlayers of the models' hair two to three shades darker on purpose. 'It creates a shadow that slims and elongates the neck,' said Duffy, quickly adding, 'Not that she really needs it, but it's an interesting detail that adds something cool and different.' Think of it as the hair-color equivalent of wearing a dress with black side paneling.
What do you think? Would you try weird, neck-Spanx trend?
For more on hair color, check out: * Everything you Need to Know if You're Going from Blonde to Brunette * This Singer-Actress Has the Coolest Hair Color * 11 Cheap Tricks for Gorgeous Hair Color