’90s Inspired Temporary Hair Color

Jerome Russell Temp'ry Hair Color Spray Blue

I attended AfroPunk Brooklyn last weekend and decided to add a little blue to my hair for a funky look. It was so much fun, and freeing. I felt like I was back in high school since I used the same temporary hair color spray that I used back them. 

Jerome Russell Temporary Hair Color Blue

You see, I remember wanting to dye my hair all sorts of crazy colors back in high school. And I also wanted matching contacts. All thanks to Lil’ Kim’s Crush On You video looks. My mom wasn’t having it though. So I would secretly add peroxide to my shampoo to gradually lighten my hair. It ended up turning a dusty brown color that was only visible in the sun, which was not the look I was going for. I eventually convinced my mom to let me use the Jerome Russell Temp’ry Hair Color Spray to temporarily color my hair. When she agreed, I kept it safe and stuck with blonde and bronze. Go figures. 

Royal Blue Temporary Hair Color

Twenty years later, I finally got up the nerve to try blue hair and I loved it. Now I wouldn’t actually dye my hair blue since these days I don’t use permanent hair color at all. I’ve had my fair share of damage and hair loss thanks to coloring, and don’t wish to go through that again. But if I’m ever feeling funky and want to try a fun color, I know just what to use. Temporary hair color is the jam.

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Erica
Erica

When I’m not hunting down the latest and greatest beauty products, beating a face or lacing a do, you can find me roaming the streets of NYC in my stilettos looking for the next best restaurant. Or in the kitchen trying to outdo myself from the last time.

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