The $10 Rose Gold Hair Dye You Need to Know About

It's totally temporary

The $10 Rose Gold Hair Dye You Need to Know About for Fall

(source: @macykate)

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It’s officially fall, which is the season of change.

If you’re craving some change in your life to brighten up the colder days and mountains of responsibilities, a hair change might be the perfect thing. And if you’re not ready to commit to a permanent change, though, we have a solution: Clairol’s Color Crave Hair Makeup.

The line comes in six different shades — rose gold, amethyst, ruby, copper, bronze, and platinum (but the rose gold is the one that really caught our eye).

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Macy Cate Williams at PopSugar tried the hair color and posted the brilliant results for all to see:


Harlan Bodhi White also tested the product and wrote on Instagram: “It was so easy to apply and washes out the same day!” Here she is, trying the Amethyst shade:


Chanel Ambrose also tried the product, proving that it looks great on darker hair too. “I have this alter ego where I go from plain to wild, which I’m sure you guys have gathered! Just laying out my colourful side right now and of course it’s got me feeling wild!” she wrote.


The temporary dye is actually called hair makeup and not dye because it lasts for just one day — and no bleach or other harmful chemicals are in it.

Application is simple: the hair makeup comes in a tube and you just squeeze it out like lipgloss. Once you’ve applied the product to the parts of your hair you want to color, you blow it dry for about 10 minutes to lock in the color. That’s literally it.

The color rinses out the next time you wash your hair, meaning you can experiment with different looks easily with no commitment. And at $10 a tube, it’s cheap enough to actually give you the freedom to try lots of different shades on lots of different days if that’s your thing.

Kayleigh Roberts
Kayleigh Roberts

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