In the spirit of July 4th, it’s only appropriate to add some red, white, and blue to your hair, right?
You can do this quick and easy with a gel- or cream-based eye shadow. It washes right out with no problems. Its also very vibrant on all colors of hair.
Check out this quick how-to by Off Beat Home:
- Go through your make up bag and pick out your gel- or cream-based eye shadows. I found out that high-pigment, bright eye liners also will work too. Got a bright liquid eye shadow? Give it a try too! The only thing I’ve found that doesn’t work is powder-based eye shadow.
- Pick the color(s) that you want to use. I found a liquid eye shadow, a few gel eyeliners, and some cream eye shadows that I decided to use. I’m a budget girl, so most of these were purchased from your average drug store.
- Now that you’ve picked your color(s), pick up a small section of your hair and get to color. I’ve also just done the ends of my hair, went for a tie-dye effect by using different colors on the same section of hair — your options are limitless. Just make sure you wash your hands before you start with a new color, as it tends to rub off on your fingers as you color.
- Go admire your new ‘do in the mirror. Pull it up into a bun, or wear it loose if you like! However, I would not recommend using heat over your newly colored strands.
Now you try…
Photo Credit: Off Beat Home