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What do Megan Fox, Hilary Duff, Faith Hill, Joy King and Jennifer Lopez have in common? All of them have recently experimented with pink hair, Fox. It was a huge trend during the pandemic lockdown and remains a favorite of celebrities looking to switch it up temporarily. maybe that’s why ColourPop is getting into hair for the first time with The Mane EventCollection of Semi-Permanent Hair Tint, Color Conditioner and Hair Clips at super affordable prices.
Of course, there’s much more than pink to choose from. In fact, there are six colors: raspberry, peach, silver, turquoise, purple and chestnut. Each contains a conditioning formula that includes vegan keratin, mango butter and amla extract, free of parabens, bleach, sulfates and ammonia, making them great for all hair types – including pre-dyed Strands are also included.
Now, what is the difference between hair color and color conditioner, Well, you’ll be using both of them when going to the fun color. First, apply The Mane Event Hair Tint ($14 at.) colourpop) to wet or dry hair for 30-45 minutes (we find that dry hair makes for a bolder color). Keep complexion fresh with RELATED The Mane Event Coloring Conditioner ($16 at.) colourpop) in place of your regular conditioner. Just leave it in the shower for 5-10 minutes. If you want a more washable color than a bold shade, just use a coloring conditioner without hair tint.
Of course, ColourPop isn’t the only brand making colored, semi-permanent hair dyes. We like Overtone Haircare Semi-Permanent Color Deposit Conditioner in Rose Gold ($32 at .) heroine
) and Rose Gold for Gray Hair ($32 at .) heroine
) Lime Crime ($17 at .) upside down beauty) and Good Die Young ($18 at .) Sephora) also make stellar choices.
But there’s something exciting about getting in on ColourPop’s hair game. What else could be coming down the pipeline?!