Spring is here and while most of us are itching to switch up our color, but we're still on the fence because we're afraid of the damage and maintenance of a major color change. We've got a solution for you. Naturalista, Wanda Mulzac, is a curlie who has been taking social media by storm by showing off how to color your curls without the commitment. What's the secret to her ever-changing colorful curly hair? She uses temporary hair colors for a few days that wash out without having to go to a salon or coloring her natural hair. Scroll down to find out her tips and advice for applying temporary hair color, plus an awesome tutorial for blending your favorite hues for a multi-colorful look.
How do you properly apply temporary hair color?
What's the best way to preserve temporary hair color?
I tend to only keep the color in my hair for 1 or 2 days. This is because it can fade and also cause my hair to feel dry the longer I keep it on.
Does your wash day routine change before you apply color?
Not really, I tend to style my hair as normal and the spray the color on once that has been completed.
What are your go-to products when your curly hair is colored?
The only product that I use is coconut oil to seal the color in on the first day, other than that, whichever styling products you may normally use is fine.
How do you select your colors? Does it depend on the season?
I basically select my colors depending upon the mood that I am in that day, and which colors would match. It's really fun to just explore and try colors that I wouldn't normally think of.
Can you share your best for getting the best looks from your curly hair color treatment?
Read more on Wanda's curly hair tips and her life as a natural hair influencer on her blog.