This Instructable is for changing someones hair colour in Photoshop. Im not exactly sure if this will work in Paint Shop Pro but you can always try.

Have Fun!

Step 1: Choosing your Photo

This is just a picture off the internet that i used.

When choosing a photo you must remember two things.

1: Pick a picture with the least amount stray hairs. The picture i picked does have stray hairs, but there close to her head so it doesn't matter as much.

2: The other thing you should keep in mind is to pick someone that has light hair ex.blonde. I think darker hair will work but not as good.
<p>Photoshop makes the editing process quite easy. It has also the ability to transform hair color. I found another tutorial which explains the process to <strong>change hair color </strong>from <strong>brown</strong> to<strong> blonde</strong>, given below: <br><a href="http://www.clippingpathservice360.com/blog/change-hair-color-in-a-picture-with-photoshop.html" rel="nofollow"> <br>http://www.clippingpathservice360.com/blog/change...</a></p>
<p>yay!hard but done!</p>
<p>How do you actually do it what is the website to do it on because i wanna see if blonde will suit me ! &lt;3</p>
why em i the only one that cant do this
Sweet.<br />
This is great! So simple yet briliant outcome! This is surely worth 5*, not a common rating I give :P
IF you add an adjustment layer and use the mask you made you can change the hair to a different color easily. Non destructive editing....
i also use this method but i think my way is much simpler. 1.open the picture 2.make a new layer 3.paint the hair on the layer white 4.on the layer select soft light 5.then go to image, adjustments, hue/saturation(ctrl-U) 6.click colourize then choose the colour you want. voila
What I do (in gimp) is just select the hair and change the hue/ saturation.
yes. keep in mind that the lighter the hair colour, the "odder" it will look. my advice is change each hue one at a time rather than just the master hue.
well, that's ok when I'm making my brother's hair green :D
this isn't the best picture, though. I made it when i was a beginner.
looks like he had to much to drink hehe and he is about to throw up hehe
He was only like 16 :D
one night in Amsterdam perhaps?
no, he's never been out of US
it looks like hes raidioactive. O_O
LAWL! The raidoactive hair damaged his brain, obviously :D
that would explain why it looks as though hes doing something explicit to the guitar.
No, not explicit. He's just tasting it.
thats not what i see...
You are so immature :D
it takes someone mature to act immature. <sup>_</sup><br/>
O, whatever :D
lol ᐱ_ᐱ
Nice!! Great guide line... I will try one
this helped a lot, I've been trying to figure out how to quickmask forever and this is the only thing I've seen that actually gave the shortcut, thanks a ton
I Used to do this all the time i even took it a step further and discolored a fur coat to make it grey
The way i have learned to do it is by using an added layer and in the Mode you are going to choose color and paint that layer with the desired color only in the desired area. This will leave all pixel data about the original picture unchanged and only the overlay with any added data.
This works great on cars also. Instead of soft light, try Color Burn for cars. Nice Ible!
Its a good way to find a colour that would look good on your car before you spend thousands on a paint job ;)
do you mean hundreds
You mean $75&lt;br/&gt;&lt;br/&gt;&lt;a href=&quot;http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Poor-Mans-Paint-Job-or...-How-to-paint-your-c/&quot;&gt;http://www.instructables.com/id/The-Poor-Mans-Paint-Job-or...-How-to-paint-your-c/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;br/&gt;<br/>
great work and very helpful
Another option is to use the "Replace Color" dialog (Image -> Adjustments -> Replace Color), although this works best when the hair and skin don't have similar hues.
Cool, Some times you gotta play around with the overlaying options until you find something that works. Thanks for the comments
You can do the same thing when coloring drawings. My friend is insane at drawing so one time I scanned a couple and colored them in with Photoshop. I think I might have used 'Multiply' as the overlay though.
Awesome! That looks so real, great job, I need to get better at Photoshop. :P

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