Spring is just around the corner and if you’re stuck wondering what to do with your hair, consider using this funky product by L’Oréal Paris. We know that hair trends change for many reasons and one of those is because of the seasons. In winter we have slightly darker hair, in summer we have lighter hair. What about spring? L’Oréal Paris Colorista is perfect for those who love to break the rules of hair colour. If you’re not scared to try out fun colours and mixing it up, maybe give some of these semi-permanent wash-out shades a go!
You don’t have to be a professional hairdresser to create awesome looks like pastel ombre or be afraid of dying all your hair blue because this product washes out in two weeks. So you can create a bold look without any worry or commitment.
There are ten shades of Colorista Washout that you can choose from to try out. The Pastels range is for blonde hair and comes in colours that lasts two to three washes or five to ten washes. The Vivids range is for brunettes that will create strong and vibrant colours and lasts up to 15 washes. You don’t need to worry about damaging your hair because the soft pigments encased in a conditioning mask-like formula are gentle on the hair and are intermixable, creating opportunity for endless colour possibilities. You can be as creative as you like! If you want your hair to be extra vibrant, the Colorista range also comes in a 1- day spray that’s the perfect match for a single-day look. It’s visible on all hair types, no matter how light or dark your hair is. These handy sprays are like makeup for the hair: instantly on and instantly gone in one wash, without zero chalky feel.
If you’re switching up between looks and want the best results, L’Oréal made sure to also create a specialised fader shampoo to further customise colour. Replace your regular shampoo with this specifically formulated fader to speed up your colour fade out. The gentle cleansers soften colour with every wash until you’re back to your natural colour.
Here are some awesome looks for inspiration to get you started: