There’s a giant meteor that’s estimated to hit the earth in about three days, destroying civilization as we know it. That’s right. Three days. How would you spend these final days?
Ok, so this unrealistic scenario (and equally unrealistic question) is never going to be a part of your reality, but you have to admit, it does make you want to seize the moment, right? Here’s the thing, the world doesn’t have to end for you to get a little crazy and spontaneous, especially when it comes to your hair! Don’t go through life without experiencing the rush of drastically changing your locks! Need some inspo? Check out our picks for three wild hair colors you NEED to try before you die!
Do blondes really have more fun? Find out for yourself by giving your hair a Barbie makeover! Go big and rock this look during summer with a fun eenie-weenie bikini! Too terrified to go full-blond? Go halfway and try a chic ombré look! Whether you love it or hate it, it’ll make for a fun story to tell your grandchildren one day!
We feel that red is the unsung hero in hair color. Many of us veto the idea of fiery hair for fear that it won’t complement our features and skin tone. The beauty of auburn is that it’s super versatile and works with almost all colorings and skin tones. The deep red, coppery shade is striking and subtle all at the same time, bringing out the brazen vixen in anyone who dares to go red!
Admit it, the little girl inside of you still has aspirations of channeling your inner fairy, complete with the cotton-candy-colored hair and glistening skin. Indulge your five-year-old self and try going a week or two with some candy-colored hair (pink, lavender, baby blue, you get the gist). Afraid of commitment? Invest in some hair chalk to give your hair some color without going permanent!
Product Recommendations: Redken Color Rebel in Purple Rio, L’Oréal Professionel Hairchalk in Sweet Sixteen Pink and Garden Party Green
Which of these bucket list colors will you try first? Sound off in the comments below!
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