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Learn how to create temporary hair color without damaging your hair. To accomplish this, you will need:
1. Eyeshadow
2. Leave in conditioner or any creamy moisturizer.

Step 1: Collect Pigmented Eyeshadow

Collect about half a teaspoon of highly pigmented eyeshadow.
Break apart until fine texture.

Step 2: Add Creamy Moisturizer

Add a few squirts of creamy moisturizer or leave in conditioner.

Step 3: Mix Well

Mix the eyeshadow and creamy moisturizer until well blended.

Step 4: Application

Start off with applying to a small sections and then to all the area you want the color to appear.

Step 5: Blend With Hair

Blend your colored section with the rest of your hair to give it a more natural look.

Step 6: Final Result

Here's how the hair looks inside and outside.
This seems so straightforward. Im excited to try this. I wonder though, how long does it last if rinsed? Does the hair need to be shampooed or is it more like chalk, as soon as water hits it it's gone. I ask because I dont wash often, but will spray my hair with water to loosen my curls. Also, does the color spread all over if slept on?
This lasts till you wash your hsir. Here's how I maintain it <br>https://youtu.be/j--QBECQSMQ
<p>Sounds good. Thank you.</p>
<p>Think I will use this method with a dark colour to temporarily cover my grays! Thanks!</p>
<p>Never thought about mixing it with moisturizer. Thanks. This is great.</p>
<p>That looks great, and doesn't involve bleach - will have to try it. Thanks for sharing!</p>
<p>I love this! I have dark hair and have always wanted to try out temporary colors, but nothing works without bleaching it. I'm going to give this a try. </p>

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