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GIVEAWAY: Splat Hair Color 1 Wash Temporary Hair Dye

Welcome to Spring, the season of renewal, the season of change and rebirth. What better time to celebrate the season of growth than with a change. And what’s the most fun thing to change? Your haircolor! So we thought why not do a giveaway. Seeing how the 2018 Pantone Color of the Year is Ultra Violet, and the color is perfect for Spring, we’re giving three lucky readers the opportunity to win the Splat Hair Color 1 Wash Temporary hair dye in Vivid Velvet. Let’s get to know this collection of temporary bold colors.

The Splat Hair Color 1 Wash Temporary hair dye, which retails for $6.99 each, is specifically formulated to work on curly, kinky, or straight hair. This water-based formula is easy to apply, stays where you put it, and washes out with warm water when you are done. It also works amazingly on hair extensions and wigs too. Splat Hair Color 1 Wash Temporary hair dye is available in Vivid Velvet, Eclectic Green, Scorching Scarlet, Piercing Pink, Mango Mash, Red Pop, Imposing Purple, and Impulsive Indigo. The Splat hair color kits are made for having fun and expressing yourself, plus it gives you more vivid color without fully committing to a permanent color. All Splat formulas are also cruelty-free, vegan, gluten-free, ammonia and parabens free, as well as non-GMO.

As we stated above, we’re giving away three Splat Hair Color 1 Wash Temporary hair dyes in Vivid Velvet so you can express yourself with beautiful, bold color. This cool color will also give you the chance to celebrate Pantone’s 2018 Color of the year, Ultra Violet, and the spring season. For a chance to be one of the three winners, enter through the Rafflecopter entry form below:

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Are you ready to try the Splat Hair Color 1 Wash Temporary hair dye and enjoy a vibrant haircolor that works on all hair colors?

Pretty in Pink: OK! Magazine and SPLAT Haircolor Event w/ Ariana Madix

As you’re well aware, October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. We’re already highlighted several products that you can purchase to support the cause year’ round (and we will be highlighting more soon). Today we’re highlighting a wonderful event we attended to raise awareness for Breast cancer and early stage detection. OK! Magazine and SPLAT Haircolor, with host Ariana Madix from Vanderpump Rules, treated invited guests to a sake bar, delicious pink treats, pink SPLAT hair accents, polish changes with a pink Breast Cancer nail decal, and a SPLAT photo booth at the OK! Magazine and SPLAT Haircolor Pink Hair, We Care event.

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OK! Magazine and SPLAT Haircolor offered guests hair styling with two pink SPLAT Hair Chalk colors – Dusty Rose, and the new Pink Hearts (featured above). SPLAT Hair Chalk is a beautiful way to add pastel color highlights to your hair. The chalk slides on dry and instantly adds just the right touch of color. SPLAT Hair Chalk comes housed in a small compact that fits comfortably in the palm of your hand, making it easy to hold onto and apply to your hair. The result is a soft color that is easy to brush, curl or style after application.

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We had a great time talking all things beauty with Celebrity Colorist Stephanie Brown and OK! Magazine Beauty Editor Alana Peden, as we sipped on Bartenura Moscato, and indulged in pink cupcakes, and other delicious sweet treats.

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The evening ended with fun pics at the photo booth, the opportunity to take home the SPLAT Hair Chalk in our choice of pink hue and a promise to rock pink hair to show that we care. There’s still time to show your support for the cause and of course you can support Breast Cancer research all year round and not just in October.