Currently viewing the tag: "manic panic"
The girl with pale skin and purple hair in the form of a vampire. Insta color.
Halloween is a super fun holiday but it is also notoriously bad for your hair color. Putting the finishing touches on a costume can result in you running to your colorist on November 1st. So how can you avoid these hair disasters and still have the perfect ‘do to match your costume? Click the notes. –– Kelly Rowe

Click for StyleNotes →

festival pastels

Tomorrow marks the start of the biggest music festival in the United States, the Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas. What better way to celebrate than with weekend pastel hair? Whether you are headed to Sin City or have your own set list, this is a fun color change that you can do at home or on the road. It’s temporary, great for the weekend, and for dancing like you just don’t care! Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

Click for StyleNotes →

rose gold

Finding the perfect summer shade can be difficult because everything turns a bit brassy and everything fades. Whether it’s swimming in the ocean or pool, showering constantly because you are hot, or spending a lot of time out in the sun you can’t escape situations that blanch the beauty of a pretty hue. Finding a shade that looks great with your tan (or sunburn) is tricky too. Is there a perfect summer shade? YES! Click the notes for more. –– Kelly Rowe

Click for StyleNotes →

pink hair

This washed-out pastel-rose embraces the trend for soft and delicate hair color shades, yet in a refined, subtle way, which makes it perfect for a 2015 version of one of 2014 hottest looks. For anyone that has gone bright recently, this is a nice way to give your hue a hazy combination of lilac, purple and pink. With a vintage feeling, it is more flower child than corporate conformist, ideal for flouncy dresses and dancing in tall grass. For tips on attaining a similar tint, click notes.

Click for StyleNotes →

Beauty Fashion Model Girl with Pink Hair. Colourful Hair. Colouring hair

Are you interested in trying a color that is a little out there? Everyone needs to try it at least once. There are lots of ways to embark on this adventure and even the most permanent ways fade fast so fear of commitment can be forgotten. Trying something that is fun is a freeing experience and you will get kicks out of all the “I love your hair!” comments you’ll get. Click the notes more. –– Kelly Rowe

Click for StyleNotes →