If you’re a true fan and diligent follower of the cosmetics-favorite brand, Lime Crime, then you must know that it’s not only these cosmetic formulas that are rainbow-covered. The CEO and founder, Doe Deere, has sported these cotton candy strands for numerous years now. This self-professed Queen of the Unicorns has used her own hair as an inspiration for the newest product launch. After three diligent years of development, the company has now launched and announced Unicorn Hair, a special added range of 13 unique and semi-permanent hair dye selections for you to indulge in. Unicorn Hair has posted all the information on the landing page for the official Lime Crime website: www.limecrime.com.
Since the new release, numerous new fans have joined the list as well – young ladies who had never even heard of Lime Crime or of Doe Deere; they signed up for the blog list and email newsletter in order to stay informed on the newest developments. They are now also informed regarding plenty of other details about each product, including where to buy and where to find online discount codes or coupons. The new colors include Baby Pink and Stone Gray and even feature highly-creative names, such as Salad – a light green selection – and Leeloo – a vivid orange designed to pay homage to The Fifth Element’s Milla Jovovich character with her punchy hair. The new product formulas are also 100 percent vegan-free and cruelty-free.
Even more interesting, you may now choose from two varying formulas: full coverage or tint. Though full coverage is made to add deeper and richer pigment to your strands, tint should be utilized to create special pastel glazing on those platinum blond hairs. Overall, this company recommends that you use such dyes on medium-blond or lighter colors.
Like all semi-permanent rainbow colors, the lifespan of your dye job depends on how you treat your hair. If you’re cautious, it’ll likely last for up to six weeks. Go online to see all 13 shades displayed in glory, and sign up for additional updates on upcoming releases as they become available.