Tie dye is the new “cool” thing.
There are lots of new trends to explore, and people are trying to get their hair dyed at home, too.
But there’s a downside to wearing a tie and trying to make it stand out: The product can cause hair to split.
This week, a study published in the Journal of Hair and Styling found that people who wear ties in the morning are more likely to get hair splits later in the day.
The study’s lead author, Katherine Kall, said that while it was unclear how tie dye affects hair, she suspects that it may be linked to the chemical dye used to create it, a compound called bromine.
It can also alter the way the hair looks.
Bromine has been shown to interfere with the hair’s natural process of growing.
When people wear ties to their jobs, it could alter the natural hair growth pattern and make it look less natural.
“I think it’s important to understand that the tie dye you are wearing does not make you look better,” Kall told ABC News.
“It just means that your hair will look more natural and more manageable.”
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According to Kall and her colleagues, a lot of research shows that when people wear tie dye, it changes how the hair is grown.
A common study found that when participants wear a tie on their hair for more than six hours a day, their hair looks thinner and more sparse.
“Our research also shows that people’s hair starts to look thicker at the bottom of their scalp, which means they are less likely to break out in a split,” Kupel told ABC.
“The tie dye actually changes the way hair grows.”
According to research, when people spend more time in front of computers and other devices, their scalp gets thinner.
Studies also show that when we use tie dye in the mornings, the hair begins to grow more easily.
Researchers found that a tie’s appearance depends on the chemical compounds in it.
For instance, bromide can alter the chemical structure of the dye and make the dye appear more yellow.
According to Dr. Stephen G. Stokes, a professor of molecular biology at Harvard Medical School, the chemical compound bromium, which is found in tie dye products, may also cause hair splits.
However, he told ABC, it is difficult to know how bromides affects hair.
“It’s probably not a great idea to wear a lot in your hair for a long period of time,” he said.
“There is no question that some people may get a cut on their scalp from a tie dyed the other day.”
Dr. G. William Scharff, a dermatologist and hair scientist at the University of Southern California, said people who choose to wear ties daily could also be less able to avoid cuts and breakouts.
“The tie is not as effective at preventing breakouts as other methods of styling,” he told the Associated Press.
“That’s probably the reason people wear it so much.”
A study published by the Journal the American Academy of Dermatology and Venereology found that, on average, people with long hair prefer a tie to a straight tie because it makes the hair appear thinner.
There is another reason people like to wear tie dyes in the evening.
If you are in the market for tie dye at a salon or department store, there is a chance that the hair will be dyed the same day as you, even if you are not wearing a ties.
How long should you wear your tie dye?
According the Kupels, people should use a tie for the longest amount of time to avoid getting hair split.
The longer you wear it, the better.
A tie should be worn for a minimum of two hours per day and a maximum of eight hours per week.
“If you wear a long tie, it may cause hair breakouts,” Kumpel said.
She added that, if your hair is longer than two inches and if you’re using a tie that has a chemical dye added to it, you should wear the tie at least six hours before bed.
For more on hair care and styling, check out ABC News’ “Wedding Hair.”