Wednesday, November 19, 2014

REDKEN Color Rebel Hair Makeup

Y'all may have known me long enough to remember my BLONDE PHASE... I remember the ceremonial night perfectly. It was a haze of beer and ASMR as my friend rubbed bleach through my brunette locks. Then midway we ran out of bleach and had to drive to CVS with half my scalp aluminum foiled to buy more... after a couple deep conditionings my hair was fire blonde! The bad news? My mom hated it SO MUCH she sent me to the most expensive salon in town and forced me to have Steve Wynn's hairdresser dye it another more "palatable" platinum shade. Then my already thin hair fell out from the maintenance. Ugh. It was a big fat follicular mess.

Come 2014, I'm back to brown and have a pound of 22 inch extensions installed to cover for my balding scalp. But brown can be so so soooooooo BORING. That's why I went blonde in the first place! (And also I kinda have a Debbie Harry vibe with lighter locks... LITERALLY ME.) Fortunately, HAIR MAKEUP EXISTS DEEZ DAYZ. I'd heard of hair chalk and tinted spray from Claire's, but not the next level of non-permanent color. 

Enter Redken Color Rebel Hair Makeup. Makeup. Is that not the most perfect way to describe a noncommittal color transformation? "Oh, I'm just putting some foundation on my hair -- I'll be out in a minute!" That's literally what Color Rebel is. Foundation. FOR YA HAIRS, PEOPLE. YA HAIRS.

And, like pretty much every Redken hair product, Color Rebel is heaven. You apply it through a sponge connected to a screw-top bottle that releases small rations of liquidy, jelly goodness every time you twist it. The application is extremely clean and the product itself doesn't end up all over your counter, your sink, your mirrors, your car interior, wherever it is you decide to give yourself an existential breakdown makeover... jk. But seriously. It's so easy to manage and even easier to apply. Just screw the top and swipe that shiiiii all over the place!

I tested out violet ("Purple Riot") and red ("Red-y To Rock"). Couldn't resist mixing them together and doing a cray cray Demi Lovato look. When I saw how it turned out I FREEEEEEEEEEEEEKED. I pressed my hand against the glass and let my breath fog up the bathroom mirror as I asked my spankin' new ombre locks "where have you been? All my life?" (Rihanna voice naturally.)


















Forget permanent hair dye and just load up on the tinted makeup. It washes out in two shampoos, so theoretically you could be Nicole Richie over the weekend and Plain Jane by Monday morning, just in time for work.

Watcha think?? Should I make temporary hair color a permanent routine?? Get a couple bottles of your own at Redken's Color Rebel makeup station! Plenty of shades to choose from including "Gilty As Charged" (yellow gold) and "Punked Up Pink" (fuchsia). In the words of a boring blonde who desp needs some hair makeup of her own: LOVES IT.

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Everything is infinite,

Bebe


20 comments:

  1. This looks amazing, I think i definitely will try this as my school doesnt let us colour our hair but it is awesome for a weekend!!!

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  2. These looks incredible!! I love this. Adding this to my payday wish list.

    Georgie
    xoxo

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  3. oh god, I wonder how much strange and cool things invent!

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  4. Habrá que probarlo, siempre he tenido curiosidad por si se va el color fácilmente o dura. Es algo diferente, y así puedes probar algún cambio sin que sea permanente :) Me parece una buena opción.


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  5. Lovee it!
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  6. Love this!!
    Needs to be tried
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    S xx

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  7. trust Redken to make amazing hair products <3

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  8. cool! I'm a new follower! xx

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  9. Love this product i really want to try this on my hair, it looks fab on yours! I'm a new follower of your blog and cant wait to read more from you!

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  10. This is my first visit, your blog is great. Success is always yes to his blog.

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  11. I totally want to try this.

    Eea P
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  13. Permanent hair dye can damage your hair badly, and it's always recommended to dye your hair with the advice of a professional. Alternatively, temporary hair dye like the one you used is safer to use. Just make sure to use it with caution. Thanks for sharing that, Bebe! Stay beautiful! :)

    Collene Puterbaugh @ Baja Hair Center

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  14. Well dear after colouring my hairs, hair loss problem is a big issue which I am facing. I love colored hairs and recently I used brown colour for my hair colouring. Can you suggest me which toppik hair products I should use to gain my hairs?

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  16. Its rubbish, cant get it to wash out and makes the hair feel yuk. Permenant hair colour doesn't even cover it. Im about to ring a redken technical to see what they say on removal

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