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What is the difference between a Hair Color Rinse and Hair Dye?
What is the difference between a Hair Color Rinse and Hair Dye? Starting with the technical difference, a hair color rinse stains the outer layer of hair. A dye actually penetrates the hair shaft and deposits color into the hair shaft. Here it is important to note that the differences between a rinse and the traditional hair dyes are also the potential advantages of the coloring rinse. A hair color rinse is gentler on hair and usually a less permanent option, compared to the traditional hair color. If you want a subtle change or you want to just try a new hair color without a long term commitment then a rinse is a good choice. Additionally, if you are concerned about damaging your hair or if you have damaged hair already then a rinse would be a better option. A rinse is much better than a hair dye (including the closest rival demi-permanent hair color) to cover grays, when you are looking for a milder, gentler and a more subtle alternative to do so. By definition a hair color rinse is a temporary hair tint.
BEACHY WAVES - Shay Mitchell
Beachy waves can work on medium and short hair, but true mermaid hair (as all Disney fans and marine biologists know) requires lots of length. With long hair, you’re free to build even more texture. “The length allows you to concentrate the messier portion of hair further down, away from the face,” says Rush. “So no matter how disheveled it gets, the final result still looks put-together.”