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Headbands and hairwraps are cute. But, if you’re looking to add some drastic wow to your style, it’s time to try hair makeup. Makeup for your hair?! That’s right — Redken Color Rebel Hair Makeup can instantly transform your look from beauty queen to punk rock chic! With five cool colors to choose from, you can accentuate your go-to hairstyle or try something wild! Whether you’re going for a hint or a whole lot, these pigmented shades are sure to shock.
Team MDC took these three classic hairstyles to the next level with Redken Color Rebel for you to try at home! Just glide the sponge tip over the area you want to color and viola! A pop of pizazz! It dries fast and removes easily when you're ready to try the next shade (see Removal 101 below).
Because braids are always in style! Turn your bohemian braids into pretty, Punked Up Pink plaits for some added fun.
As if fishtails aren’t wild enough! Clip the top half of you hair up and color the ends of the remaining section. We chose the coral color, Without a Coral. Once dry, weave all of your hair together for a peek-a-boo effect!
Nothing says sleek like a polished pony. Take it up a notch by wrapping the base with a strand of Purple Riot!
Pump up your pretty with these hot hues:
To remove Color Rebel easily and effectively, use this method before shampooing.
Oil Cleansing: Apply a dab of Redken All Soft Argan-6 Oil or Diamond Oil Shatterproof Shine to each section where you would like to remove the color. Rub each section between your fingers to dissolve and help remove the pigment. Then shampoo using Redken Hair Cleansing Cream and scrub once again with your favorite shampoo!
What shade of Color Rebel are you excited to try? Let us know in the comments below! And don’t forget to post your cool new color on Instagram and use the #ColorRebel hashtag!
Models: Diana Crisan, Jessyca Dewey, Erin Laine
About the Author:Diana creates on-trend beauty content for Makeup.com readers. She stays up-to-date on the latest beauty news and product launches and tests every makeup item that comes through the door. As an employee of L’Oréal, Diana writes stories about beauty products across the entire brand portfolio.