Lime Crime Hair Dyes-Something to get Excited About!

If you haven’t heard, Lime Crime has just come out with an exciting new product-hair dyes! And if you’re familiar with Lime Crime’s products, you know you can expect nothing less than bold, and eye-popping colors!

 

Try out the Jello hue, which is a tropical green, or the Salad hue-a seapunk green. There’s also Leeloo, a traffic-stopping orange, Neon Peach, which is a vibrant peach, Blue Smoke which will make your hair turn a steely blue, and Strawberry Jam-a muted pink-red. There is even Anime, which will give you candy blue locks, Chocolate Cherry, to turn your hair a deep burgundy red. Or you can go for Dirty Mermaid if you’re into muted sea foam green, Bunny if you like pastel baby oink, Pony, for an electric violet-purple, Gargoyle for a stone grey color, or Sext, which will turn your locks nude-mauve.

 

Lime Crime’s hair dyes are 100 percent cruelty-free, and vegan and will leave your hair feeling amazingly soft and super silky. They are also free from any harsh chemicals so they will not damage your hair.

 

To use, simply choose your favorite color (I know, it’s hard!) and then apply to pre-bleached, clean, and unconditioned hair. Depending on if you want your color to be a pastel hue, or if you want more lasting results, you can adjust how long you will let the dye sit on your hair. If you are going for a pastel hue, then just leave the dye to penetrate your hair for about 30 minutes. If you want a more permanent color, then leave it on for about 1-2 hours. When you are all done, you can rinse until the water runs clear. Then you can shampoo and condition like usual. For color that will last longer, be sure to use a shampoo and conditioner that is specifically formulated for color-treated hair.

 

It is normal for the dye to gradually fade over time. Lime Crime hair dyes will last up to six weeks, depending on how often you wash you hair. So what are you waiting for? You’ll want to try them all! https://www.instagram.com/limecrimemakeup/?hl=en


Turn into a Pretty Unicorn with Lime Crime’s Colorful Hair Dye

Lime Crime just launched a new special semi-permanent hair color that resembles the colors of a unicorn. Yes! Who doesn’t want to look like a pretty unicorn? What makes this hair dye special? Well not only does the hair dye resemble a mythical unicorn but it also has vegan ingredients. It is based on vegetable glycerin and it is 100% cruelty free. On top of that, this unicorn hair color does not stain bedsheets, clothes, or any other items. This unicorn hair color was developed to provide a way to dye your hair without damaging it by being made with gently, deposit only dye with no anmonia, peroxide, or bleach. The vibrant, long-lasting hair dyes can also be mixed together to create new colors. Neon Peach and Bunny makes Petal Pink, Blue smoke and Gargoyle make Blue Steel, Anime and Salad make Bright Turquoise while Dirty Mermaid and Gargoyle make Slate Grey.

It only gets better. Lime Crime’s unicorn hair color also comes with two different formulas to pick from. The first formula contains full coverage that consists of a higher pigment which is ideal for those who have platinum or light colored hair. The second formula contains a tint that consists of a lower pigment which is great to use for pastel colors on pale blonde hair. All in all, no matter which formula you choose, the longer you leave the dye in your hair the more saturated and longetivity you will get with your results. It is said that one to two hours will give you a saturated, intense look while 30 to 45 minutes will give you a more subtle and soft look.

Lime Crime, founded and owned by Doe Deere, has been known to accentuate unique colors that allow women and men to express their special identity. Doe Deere made it an essential for all of her products to be cruelty free and vegan by getting her products certified by PETA and Leaping Bunny. Lime Crime’s main mission is for the customers to be rebellious with their makeup and to never be boring. https://www.instagram.com/limecrimemakeup/?hl=en