Rose Gold At-Home Hair Routine
One morning I made a quick #targetrun on my way home from yoga and per usual something caught my eye as I was heading to the checkout line. Rose gold hair tint? A lady next to me simultaneously analyzed this intriguing product by Kristin Ess and we had a nice little chat about whether it would work on brunettes. I decided it was worth a shot - I mean it was $7 and temporary pink hair sounded like a fun Friday night experiment.
The directions said to leave it in for 1-2 minutes on freshly washed hair, then rinse it out and condition. I followed the guidelines to a T and sadly, my brown hair was left very... Brown.
Round 2 of the Rose Gold hair experiment was spraying the tint on my dry hair. The back of the bottle said your hair will act like a sponge; meaning the dryer your hair is, the more color it will absorb. This time I left the color soak in for about 10 minutes to amp up it’s pink power. And voila! My hair was slightly rose gold. See my hair in this post for an example of the tint on brunettes.
Okay, so onto round 3 of the experiment. I recently had my hair professionally colored (and chopped for that matter) - I decided to go blonde for the first time in my life! Now that I had a lighter base to work with, I thought it was time to pull out that blush bottle and test the tint once again. The finished product was pleasantly surprising! I am in love with the way it turned out on my ashy blonde mane.
Here are my tips for making the most of this magical product :
Comment below if you try out Rose Gold Hair Tint for yourself! It’s perfect for switching up your look, minus the commitment of permanent pink dye.