If you’ve been a fan of the whimsical and colorful makeup brand Lime Crime, you know that it’s only natural that founder and CEO Doe Deere would release a series of hair dye products for those who love all things bright and bold. Deere herself has been rocking pastel-colored hair for years and is delighted to have finally created the perfect formula for her loyal customers.
The Unicorn Hair line is a series of semi-permanent dyes that come in rich pastel shades. While the pastel hair look has been in style for a while now, Deere has brilliantly developed a series of colors that are refreshingly unique and haven’t been seen before. Instead of playing it safe with the standard lavenders and candy pinks that have been so trendy for the last few years, Deere has created shades like Gargoyle, a moody muted indigo, and Neon Peach, a bright pastel orange. Like all of the dreamy Lime Crime products, the Unicorn Hair dyes are expected to dictate color trends for the next year.
The colors aren’t the only thing that make the Unicorn Hair line unique from all of the other pastel hair dye products on the market. To start, like all Lime Crime products, these dyes are completely vegan and cruelty-free. In fact, the dyes have a vegetable glycerin base, ensuring that they will provide tons of moisture to hair as an added bonus.
Each semi-permanent dye can be purchased in the form of a tint or a full coverage dye. Tints are ideal for those with light-colored hair who want a more subtle effect. Full coverage is for those who are ready for a serious change in the hair color department. Both types of dye will wash out within a few weeks.
The Unicorn Hair line is sure to be yet another hit from the wild imagination of Doe Deere. The whimsical CEO is no stranger to success. Her first big product, the Unicorn Lipsticks line, became one of the most highly coveted items among beauty bloggers upon its launch. Since then, Deere has been formulating highly unique products in unconventional shades that have set the trends for the makeup industry as a whole. https://www.pinterest.com/limecrime/