Categories: Lifestyle

This Color-Shifting Hairstyle Trend Will Add a Dash of Whimsy to Your Look

It looks straight out of Harry Potter!

Trends come and go. Before you know it, your new ‘do is a thing of the past and there’s a new look taking over town. But here’s one hairstyle trend you might want to sport a little longer – color shifting.

It’s definitely not for everyone, as the idea of multicolored locks might not appeal to some people, such as those in the corporate setup. But for the more adventurous ones, trying heat-reactive hair color might sound appealing.

Pravana Vivids Mood Color, the first-ever heat-reactive hair color, recently hit salons and has been getting a lot of buzz.

Source: Pravana

This hairstyle trend is the newest addition to color-changing fashion, which also includes color-shifting clothes, jewelry, sunglasses, nail polishes, and cosmetics. As the temperature changes, so does your hair color.

According to industry experts, consumers are wanting more control.

Source: Pravana

Helen Raynus, an artist and designer who teaches at Parsons School of Design in New York, told OZY:

“Everything is moving toward being much more customer driven. Changing-color technology is part of that.”

Pravana Vivids Mood Color comes in four palettes.

Source: Pravana

The colors can change from cool violet to warm pink, lime green to sunny yellow, smoky gray to invisible, and tropical peach to invisible. Sounds incredible, right? But what’s the catch? Well, the colors wear off pretty quickly. According to Keiffer Skipper, location leader and senior stylist at the Fox and Jane Salon in New York, said:

The only downside is that it is super temporary; it washes out after only one or two shampoos. So right now it’s mostly for a festival girl or someone who’s going to a big party that night.”

The people at Pravana are hoping to make the colors last longer.

Source: Pravana

Skipper added:

“If you were to walk out into the cold air from a heated building, it will change relatively quickly. However, the cooler color — for example, the violet — takes a little longer to change to the warmer color, the pink. There’s still a lot of things to work out, but we are really excited to see where this can go. Eventually, women will be able to have a nice conservative color while they are at work, then when they leave, they can have bright pink hair.”

See how it works here:

Like on Facebook

What do you think of this innovation? Would you be up to trying it? Let us know in the comments below!

Leave a Comment

Recent Posts

Bees Kill Penguins by Stinging Them in the Eyes

Swarm of bees stings the eyes of penguins in Cape town 60 penguins died from…

November 16, 2021

2000 Kilogram Sunfish Caught Off North African Coast

A massive ocean sunfish measuring 2,000 kilograms was caught on North African Coast It is named Mola alexandrini or…

November 16, 2021

Man Embezzles $57K in COVID-19 Relief to Buy Pokemon Cards

A businessman in Georgia utilized the Covid-19 relief to buy a limited edition Charizard Pokemon card He committed…

November 8, 2021

Florida Man Catches and “Recycles” Alligator in Driveway

Man captures an alligator in his neighbor's yard in FloridaHe uses a trash can to…

November 1, 2021

Man Shocks Reporter on How He’d Spend the Lottery Winnings

Man surprises the reporter with his answer on how he would use the money if…

November 1, 2021

Man Joins Search Operation Not Realizing He’s the One Missing

A man was lost in the forestA man joins a search party looking for himselfHe…

November 1, 2021

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience.