Covering up the Gray is one thing, but why not use Powerful (temporary) Colors in a whole new way
A painterly touch is an enjoyable way to cover up the grey that is now ubiquitous in hair narrative that is lockdown. Draw strands using makeup pliers in highly pigmented brights. Feeling audacious? Attempt Bleach London’s semi-permanent Super Cool Colours (£6.50, bleachlondon.co.uk) around. They don’t continue — just a few washes — they are ideal for those who must return to work severe and commitment phobes. Hairstylist Julien d’Ys initially created this Moschino SS20 ode into Picasso using paint that is suitable, but recall: rsquo & that;s runway, not truth. Unless you want crunchy hair, then there is no need to be quite so literal.
1. KVD Vegan Beauty Technicolour Crayon Set £26, debenhams.com 2. Gucci Eyebrow Pencil £23, harrods.com 3. MAC Retro Matte Liquid Lipcolour £19, maccosmetics.co.uk 4. Clarins SOS Primer £27, clarins.com 5. Rimmel Wonder’Ink Liquid Eyeliner £6.99, feelunique.com
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