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No Mess Hair Color

Updated on August 30, 2017

Bippity Boppity Boo! A magic wand gets your hair glowing in 15 minutes for under 5 dollars.

Home Hair Color doesn't have to be a messy, disastrous experience. Nor do you have to drop a stash of cash at a salon. Just buy the least expensive drugstore hair color and clean off a mascara wand to transform yourself. Now that you have the magic wand and potion~look no further than below for the spell....

Additionally, you my want to spread some hand lotion or hair conditioner along your hairline to avoid getting stains on your skin. You want to be able to go out right away and show of your fabulous mane.

Mix Color and look like a minx in minutes!

#1 Money Saving Tip:

Do NOT snip off the applicator tip so you can close the containers and save unused/unmixed developer and color in the future.

*You can get several applications out of one box.

*A $5 box = $100's saved & maybe some sexy new "Lady Props" like an affordable dress or pumps!

It's Magic Time:

#2 TIP: Swipe conditioner on your hairline to avoid staining skin with hair color.

*Pour a small amount of the developer and color in a separate plastic container.

Do NOT mix the developer & color in their own containers because unused mixed color solution can not be saved.

(You don't have to empty the developer and color containers-you can mix more color if you need it later)

*Use the mascara wand to stir the solution.

*Tap the excess off the bristles each time before application to avoid mess-ups and messes.

CLOSE THE DEVELOPER & COLOR BOTTLES TO SAVE UNUSED PORTIONS.

Easy, Quick Application:

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ROOT TOUCH UPS:  Accurately and easily apply color to roots to avoid over processing hair that has been treated before.  Just keep making parts and painting close to the scalp until all desired sections are covered.HIGHLIGHTS:  No need to section hair.  Brush color on sections of strands inches apart.
ROOT TOUCH UPS:  Accurately and easily apply color to roots to avoid over processing hair that has been treated before.  Just keep making parts and painting close to the scalp until all desired sections are covered.
ROOT TOUCH UPS: Accurately and easily apply color to roots to avoid over processing hair that has been treated before. Just keep making parts and painting close to the scalp until all desired sections are covered.
HIGHLIGHTS:  No need to section hair.  Brush color on sections of strands inches apart.
HIGHLIGHTS: No need to section hair. Brush color on sections of strands inches apart.

This Is How It's Done! XO

This Is How It's Done! XO
This Is How It's Done! XO

Now cast a spell on your beloved with newly glowing hair and skin! - Pamper Yourself With Home-Made Body Exfoliating Sweet Scrub

Here's how to make it:

Co-Ed Home Spa Treatments: - Good Clean Fun!

Home Spa Treatment Parties

Mix Your New Hair Color In These!

Whom did you cast a spell on after these home spa treatments? - <3

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