She might as well have. I was soo disappointed to read yesterday that LC had indeed ditched the colored highlights. She really started a craze with the tie-dyed look (check out our post on it). However, with weeks going by with no actual photo of Lauren out and about wearing the look, I wonder if it was ever really true. Regardless I must admit I still like the bold move she (might have) made, and now it just looks like she accidentally dipped her hair in a blue kool-aid… such a shame. Only two weeks after the initial color change made a ripple around the world, and it looks like it’s onto the next thing.
Lauren Conrad from the reality show the Hills took a bold leap. After having fans vote on whether or not she should color her locks, the vote was unanimous and she pulled through on her end of the bargain. The result? Gorgeous multi-colored hair tips.
I don’t know about you, but I’m instantly obsessed. Now all I am thinking is: “I gotta have that look”.
Now, I’m impulsive.
I also can’t possibly walk around with color in my hair 24-7 between going to work and not being 17 anymore. If you’re like me, you might consider going for washable highlights by Streekers.
These temporary, single-wash lasting colors steaks are recommended by Avril Lavigne, Cosmopolitan, Vogue, and a bunch of other top names in the industry. Streekers aren’t a mascara gel like other temporary colors – they are actual temporary hair dye that bonds to your hair to look real and retail for 10.95$ a color from their website. I’ve placed my order so I can get this look, at least for a day. The only downside is waiting two weeks to get my shipment – but I will post the results!
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