With so many hair color trends making their way into the beauty scene this season, (hello pumpkin spice and cinnamon hair), there’s a good chance you’ve at least thought of the idea of changing up your hair. But, we get it — dyeing your hair can be daunting.
If you’re looking for a non-committal way to experiment with a new look, try a temporary wash out hair color. Temporary hair colors allow you to test different hues without the commitment or damage that can come with constantly coloring your strands. Interested? Keep reading to learn more about how temporary wash out hair color works.
What Is Wash Out Hair Color?Temporary hair color and wash out hair color are one and the same. They’re a type of hair dye that washes out after just one shampoo. Whether you’re looking to try out a new hair color but aren’t ready to commit, or simply want to rock a fun new shade for the holiday season, temporary hair colors are a convenient way to experiment before diving into permanent hair dye. Alternatively, if you’re someone who swaps their hair color as frequently as the seasons change, it’s a great option that can preserve your hair health and avoid excess damage to your strands.
Which Wash Out Hair Color Should I Try?
If you’re ready to try wash out hair color in your beauty routine, reach for the L’Oréal Paris Colorista Hair Makeup Temporary 1-Day Hair Color Spray. This temporary hair color spray allows you to instantly get bold looks whenever you want them.
Available in eleven colors including red, rose gold, pastel mint and pastel blue, you can try giving yourself accent highlights, a trendy new ombré look or dye your entire head without stepping near a bottle of bleach. This wash out hair color is designed for both blondes and brunettes, and is suitable for all hair types.
How to Use Wash Out Hair Color
To use, shake the bottle well before applying. Hold the can four to six inches away from dry hair, and spray wherever you want the color. The tint will become more vivid after it dries down, so be sure to spray a little at a time and wait a few minutes until it’s completely dry before applying more. Repeat until you’ve reached your desired shade.
When you’re ready to remove the color, wash it out with the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Hyaluron Plump Hydrating Shampoo, Paraben-Free and follow it up with the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Hyaluron Plump Hydrating Conditioner, Paraben-Free to gently cleanse and hydrate your strands.
Edited by: Témi Adebowale, Photo Design: Sarah Duvivier
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