Interested in dying your hair pink but afraid to commit to it? Today I’m sharing my review of the Kristin Ess Rose Gold Temporary Tint! It’s a great way to spice up your hair without it being permanent.
I love changing up my hair but don’t always have the guts to do bold moves. This Kristin Ess Rose Gold Temporary Tint kept popping up so I decided, why not? I love the look of it and I’m planning on getting my hair colored soon so there really wasn’t much to lose.
You can easily grab a can of Kristin Ess Temporary Tint from Target…along with all of your other necessities of course! 😉
Kristin Ess Rose Gold Temporary Tint Review
Instructions for Use
Overall it’s fairly easy to use and I loved how it looked! I’ll share my tips and how I actually did it but according to the bottle it says to:
- Shampoo your hair.
- Apply the spray in the shower. The more wet your hair is the less intense the pink will be.
- Allow it to sit for 1-2 minutes.
- Rinse it out and condition.
How I Used It
I followed the directions to exactly. First I shampooed my hair, toweled it off really well and then sprayed it on.
Then I brushed it through with a Wet Brush to make sure it was evenly distributed. I left it on for 2 minutes, rinsed it out, conditioned it and hopped out of the shower.
Maybe a tiny bit of a hint but mostly nothing.
So I did it again! Same process but this time I towel dried it more, sprayed more on and left it on longer. I rinsed, conditioned and hopped out again and….just a small change.
So the final time I didn’t wash it again and instead applied it right when I got in the shower on hair that was just slightly damp. Left it in for the full 2 minutes, rinsed, conditioned and it took!
It wasn’t super vibrant by any means but it was a fun pink hue that gave my hair some vibrancy.
How long does Kristin Ess Rose Gold Temporary Tint last?
According to the bottle, it lasts 1-3 washes. This all depends on a variety of things. The biggest factor is how porous your hair is. If it’s super porous it will likely take all 3 washes, if not a few more.
Tips For Use
- If you want a vibrant pink, spray it on dry hair. This will help it to soak in the easiest to have the biggest impact. (Just remember it’ll be harder to get out!)
- If you’re nervous about it being too bright, start with applying it to wet hair!
- The darker your hair is the less likely it will show up. Your best bet for success is to spray it on the lightest parts of your hair.
- If you’re worried about it staining or being difficult to get out, do a deep conditioner first to ensure you’re hair isn’t super porous.
- The spray doesn’t easily move around – where you spray it is where it will stain. Brushing it out will help spread it out throughout your hair.
Would I do it again?
Most definitely! I think the first time I did it I was pretty nervous about it looking too crazy. Now that I know what to expect I would for sure do it!
For other fun hair related reviews, check out my Barefoot Blonde Hair Extensiosn review!