Choose a cruelty_free brand. Although you may not be able to color your hair with a natural or organic formula, you can make conscious choices when it comes to the treatment of animals and the use of animal_derived ingredients. Manic Panic, which recently celebrated 40 years of making wild hair colors used in both homes and salons, has been cruelty_free for so long that they've actually trademarked the motto, "Tested on celebrities, not animals." And in addition to being free of ammonia, peroxide and PPD, all of the formulas are vegan, prompting PETA2 to name their formulas Best Cruelty_Free Hair Product in several different years.
Burgundy Hair : Keke Palmer brings us the best of both worlds, proving that a grown_out root does, in fact, mesh perfectly with a colorful look. These burgundy braids, styled here in a regal high bun, will be huge in 2018, we're calling it. Succulent Hair : Succulents are having an unexpected hair moment. This multi_toned look is cropping up all over Instagram, where it's being reinterpreted with different degrees of intensity. The key is to build the color piece_by_piece from the base_up. Weave in purple and magenta hues at the ends, moody turquoise through the lengths, and jade near the crown.