How can we constantly refresh our hair colours without damaging our hair? Easy — use a treatment hair tint! After all it is summer time and now is the time to have hair with playful colours and almost no commitment! Doesn't that sound fun!
3CE has launched a Treatment Hair Tint. A temporary hair dye that will last you for about a good week or so. Just like lip tints, they’re meant to stain your hair a kiss of colour, so expect soft, muted hues as opposed to vibrant, vivid ones.
We do love temporary hair dyes, simply because they’re not damaging to our hair and we get to change colour ever so often, and they’re just a whole lot of fun.
The shades, ranging from the classic rose tints like Rose Brown and Baby Pink to other more unconventional ones, like Natural Ash, which looks like a grey/turquoise in-between, or Apricot Brown, a tangerine peachy hue, toned down with hints of brown. The dye does do its job when used on a canvas that’s slightly lighter / bleached, and the colour does turn out true to images and imagination. You really can’t expect bright, pastel, muted colours to show up on dark hair colours; that just defies logic.
How long these dyes last on the hair depends on various factors, depending on the type of hair care products used, as well as the original state of hair before the dye went on. Also make sure your hair is not soaking wet after showering, because the dye works better when the hair is less wet. The treatment hair tint lasts for up to seven days, which is a great option for commitment-phobes and those who just want to try out a colour for fun. All you have to to is apply the treatment hair tint onto freshly washed hair, leave on for 5 – 20 minutes as you do with any hair masks, then rinse off.
I was worried that the dye would dry my hair but actually it conditioned my highlights. My hair felt smooth and soft when washing off.
So have a go! Fed up with the British summer? Bring a bit of sunshine back into your life!