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Eyeing a new hair color but not sure if you want to commit to the change? Welcome to the world of temporary hair dye. Here’s how it works: Compared to permanent color, temporary hair color is a larger molecule that coats the surface of the hair and doesn’t penetrate deep into the cuticle, says Min Kim, master colorist at Butterfly Studio Salon in New York City. Because harsh chemicals aren’t involved in the process, you can switch things up as often as you’d like—all without having to worry about damaging your strands. DIY a quick change at home. RELATED: Vote for the Best Celebrity Stylist in Our Social Media Awards! One last thing to keep in mind?
Hair that’s been previously lightened will grab whatever color you apply and keep it in longer. If you have lighter ends, use the color more sparingly or underneath the surface of the hair where it can be easily hidden. Get the best fashion, beauty, celebrity exclusives and shopping advice straight to your inbox. COM IS PART OF THE TIME INC. STYLE COLLECTION AND THE TIME INC. INSTYLE IS A REGISTERED TRADEMARK OF TIME INC.
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