Travel with me into the past, present or future...

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Images from the Past Present and Future from a few photo shoots and hair styling sessions. Thank you to all the beautiful models and makeup artists who helped with production. I did all the Hair and Photography. I love to shoot from the Hip Bardot Retro 60's and 70's and then travel to the present and future, working with natural light. The message is about Peace and Enlightenment!

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Want to get a a purple panel, pink panel, blue panel put in your hair? Some hair stylists are doing this anyway with permanent color but we now have the option to do it oursleves on a short term basis!

What is really is is hair color in a powder form and you can wash it out when you do not want it any longer. How easy is that right?

I see all the top brands are selling them for anywhere from $19.99 to $100+ but I picked up my little pop of color up at Rite Aid for $6.99. This one is made by Scunci. It comes with a small hair instrument that looks like a hair straightener. You place the chalk in the color applier and then have fun!

What it is:
A vibrant, temporary, easy-to-apply hair color in powder form.

What it does:
This Hair Shadow temporarily adds a pop of color to the hair without any long-lasting commitment. It is super easy to apply—simply rub the product onto hair, seal it with spray or heat to keep color on, and when you're ready, wash it out. Playful and creative, it is available in a range of eye-catching shades.

Available at places like Ulta, Ultra, Sephora, more beauty supply boutiques, CVS, Rite Aid and of course online. All of the top of the line hair and make up companies jumped on board and are available there or on their online stores. At Ulta they have their own brand of hair chalk with a rainbow and more color scheme for $99 and below. You at least have to try it.

Special Tip: After testing several brands, I ended up picking out my favorite one from Rite Aid. I realized that they all worked the same, you just have to do it properly. Other than that your best bet would be Ulta for the wide selection and variety of colors.

If you do try it, please send us a picture and let us know how it goes?


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