Discover the Trend: The Buzz around Hair Makeup for Temporary Style Transformations
“Hair makeup” is gaining a lot of attention recently and for all the right reasons. It basically relates to temporary color products or styling tools that allow you to change the color or texture of your hair for a short period of time. This allows you to play it safe. It’s a fun and non-permanent way to experiment with different looks.
Check out some common types of hair makeup and how to use them:
Temporary Hair Color Sprays or Chalks!
These come in various colors and can be sprayed or rubbed onto your hair. To use, simply shake the can and spray onto your hair from a distance. If you’re using chalk, rub it onto your hair. Be sure to follow the instructions on the product for best results. Some may require heat setting with a flat iron or hairspray.
Hair mascaras are like mascara for your hair. They come in a tube with a brush applicator. Brush the color onto small sections of your hair, like you would with a regular mascara wand.
Hair Chalk Pens or Crayons:
These are similar to traditional chalk but formulated for use on hair. Simply apply the chalk to your hair by rubbing it in the desired areas. You may need to dampen your hair slightly before applying.
Temporary Hair Gels or Mousses:
These products can provide color and texture to your hair. Apply the product to your hair with your hands or a brush, and style as desired.
Hair stencils are templates that you can use to create intricate designs or patterns with temporary color sprays or chalk.
Colored Hair Extensions:
These are typically clip-in or tape-in extensions with added color. They can be easily attached and removed. Remember, the longevity of the color will depend on factors like your hair type, the product used, and how well you care for your hair. Most temporary hair makeup products can be washed out with regular shampoo and water.
Before using any hair makeup, it’s a good idea to do a patch test to make sure you don’t have any adverse reactions to the product. Additionally, some products may work better on certain hair types or colors, so it may require a bit of trial and error to find what works best for you.