Pink Hair, Don’t Care

I think every girl at some point in her life has fantasized about being completely spontaneous and dying her hair a random colour! Or is that just me?!

For years I’ve admired my gorgeous friend Dannika’s eccentricity and her spontaneous attitude when it comes to her hair. Let’s take a moment to lust over her pink locks…

If she wakes up one day and fancies dying her hair bright blue (the colour she is currently rocking) or any other colour, she’ll go ahead and do it. No umming and ahhing. I love that about her!

For us less daring girls *sigh* dying our hair is a big commitment, which is why I was so excited when I was sent the Powder Pink Spray, a newly launched product by label.m, thanks to the lovely Poppy D and label.m’s PR team. 

This pink colour spray allows you to temporarily transform your locks within minutes, just spray on for instant colour-pop and wash off after use. 

It’s so easy to use. You simply spray the parts of your hair that you want transformed, leave it to dry for a minute and you’re done! 

You can build up the colour into a bright pink by adding more as you please, or if you want a lighter shade then just brush through.  

Here is a before and after…

The product is essentially a powder chalk, which gives a funky matt textured finish. 

I wanted to go for a glossy curled look, so I used a small amount of Kerastase Elixir Ultime Versatile Beautifying Oil on the ends of my hair to make it smooth.  

I loved going pink for the day! I didn’t want to wash it out!! If you fancy giving it a go, you can snap up label.m’s Powder Pink Spray for £9.95, available exclusively at specially appointed label.m salons, TONI&GUY and essensuals salons and online.

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