dip-dye

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dip-dye

[′dip ‚dī]
(textiles)
To dye after knitting.
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Nine-year-old Morgan Richardson wanted to keep up with an eye-catching trend known as "dip-dyeing", where the ends of the hair are coloured a lighter or darker shade to the rest of the hair.
'Instead of just dip-dyeing the ends, different tones are used, so hair gradually gets lighter through the lengths.'
Dip-dyeing, the method of adding colour to selected areas, ombre dyeing for graduated colour and tie- dyeing, were symbolic of the early 1970s.
* Bayer Plastics in Pittsburgh is commercializing its new Aura dip-dyeing process for molded parts, sheets, or profiles of engineering thermoplastics.