4 Easy And Unique Ways To Change Your Hair Color Without Permanent Hair Dye

 brocatoBrocato Shimmer Gold Spray

Adding tons of glitter and different colors is great when you’re feeling fun and daring, but sometimes we want something that is more on the classy and subtle side.

Brocato Shimmer Gold Spray is perfect for playing up already dyed/highlighted hair or adding some glam to a plain hairstyle. The added shine and gold flecks and sparkles look especially good on warm skin tones.

It also warms up and adds a glow to light colored hair such as strawberry blonde and honey brown.

Personally, I find that spraying it on wet hair opposed to dry allows the sparkles to settle better and combats the drying properties of the product’s formula. However, it will work perfectly fine on dry hair as well; just shake the bottle before use and spray the product all over your kinks, coils, and curls for a sparkling yet delicate shimmer.

 Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Eyeshadow


Color tattoo

I know applying eye shadow to your hair sounds like a really bad idea considering that eyeshadow is meant for, well, your eyes–but this is a trick that has been going strong for quite a few years now.

Ultimate hair crush and beloved vlogger Chime Edwards actually used Maybelline Eye Studio Color Tattoo Eyeshadow to touch up the tips of her hair with a quick and temporary pop of color.

The technique is called hair shadowing. With this method, you can apply eye shadow to your thumb and index finger and rub a strand of hair through them; or you can simply rub your hair across a single pan of eye shadow.

Because the Color Tattoo eye shadow is so pigmented and bright, you can rub your hair across the cream textured shadow and still use your fingers to spread the color on your hair. The product’s formula was created to last up to 24 hours so you will have long lasting color that will need to be washed—and not rinsed– out.

The eye shadow, as well as all of the other hair dye alternatives, will definitely help you ease into experimenting with your hair and overall style.

 

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About Patrice Lechelle


Hi! My name is Patrice Lechelle, I'm a college student born and raised in Northern California, and I just recently started embracing my love for talking about all things fashion and beauty, especially hair. Throughout the years, I've tried my best to have a hand in both performance and visual arts, but creative and journalistic writing have always held the key to my heart. My hair became the unlikely teller of my story once I realized that every up and down in my life could be seen through my locs. From hard times leading to short cuts to purple hair ushering in my rebellious streak, my hair said it ALL. My goal is to use my knowledge and experiences to give my fellow Black women the best help, tips, and encouragement I can offer.

About Patrice Lechelle


Hi! My name is Patrice Lechelle, I'm a college student born and raised in Northern California, and I just recently started embracing my love for talking about all things fashion and beauty, especially hair. Throughout the years, I've tried my best to have a hand in both performance and visual arts, but creative and journalistic writing have always held the key to my heart. My hair became the unlikely teller of my story once I realized that every up and down in my life could be seen through my locs. From hard times leading to short cuts to purple hair ushering in my rebellious streak, my hair said it ALL. My goal is to use my knowledge and experiences to give my fellow Black women the best help, tips, and encouragement I can offer.

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