During the winter, when everything is cold and dark, a pop of color can make a chic and cheerful difference. These pops aren’t only reserved for accessories like tights and shoes, they can be incorporated into your makeup and beauty looks. A lip in red, orange or fuchsia can brighten any ensemble. Streaks of hair color can do the same.
This CollegeFashionista incorporates color in the chicest way. Her purple ends are in the perfect location, concealed from the front. When the wind started blowing her tips came to life. It was subtle yet beautiful, and not overpowering.
There are many ways to achieve such a lovely look, using long streaks or simple highlighted ends. Oddly-colored hair is not intended for the entire head, just a little section. With a variety of temporary hair color solutions, the easiest is a clip-in streak. These come in a rainbow of colors and require no maintenance. Most temporary dyes last around 3-6 weeks, depending on your original hair color and how often you wash it. Pastel shades are all the rage for spring. Consider a softer color instead of a shocking one. Even if your hair isn't neon, the look is sure to pop.
A new, fun option is the Kevin Murphy Hair Bug. The color bug is a super-pigmented powder that you rub against strands of hair, and viola! You can wash it right out. A note of caution: the powder is temporary and doesn't stay well, so don't wear your favorite white T-shirt.