CC Beauty Live: Temporary Highlights With Generation Klean
I’ve gotten highlights a few times, and it just never worked out the way I wanted it to. One time in like eighth grade, I had these awful blonde highlights that made me look like Tony the Tiger’s cousin. It was bad. I really wish I could have seen what it would have looked like before I let that hair lady touch me with her bleach and foil. That was one of my worst hair faux pas, and fortunately I’ve never dealt with that again. I’ve learned that blonde doesn’t work for me, but sometimes I want to spice up my locks temporarily.
Generation Klean has solved this dilemma. They sent me their Gray Disappear temporary hair color “mascaras.” Basically, it’s mascara for your hair that is used to cover up grays but can also be used as temporary highlights. It covers up roots, too. It comes in four colors: blaze, gold, espresso, and onyx. Blaze was the only one that really showed up in my dark brown hair, but if you have lighter hair you’ll have a blast playing around with different looks. I might add some red in permanently after using these.
Check out how Gray Disappear works in the video!
On my face: Painted Earth Pore Perfecting Primer, MAC Studiofix powder, NARS Multiple in Orgasm, Urban Decay Naked Palette in Sin and Baked, Maybelline One By One Mascara, BITE Granache lipstick
On my nails: OPI Samoan Sand
In my hair: Victoria’s Secret So Sexy De-Tangler, Hana Shine Shield, Amika Oil Treatment, Generation Klean Gray Disappear in Blaze and Gold
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