For those who enjoy experimenting with styles but don't want to commit to a full-on color treatment, the Kristin Ess temporary hair tint might offer a small gateway to alternative hairdos. The cost-effective product is "the first-ever in-shower watercolor" that creates visible pastel nuances.
The consumer can apply Kristin Ess' creation in two different ways and can control the intensity of the hue. While using the temporary hair tint on a damp and towel-dried surface means that the hair can soak up long-lasting color, spraying it on wet hair will create a more subtle tone. Naturally, the rose gold hue will be most visible on blond or bleached hair, so consumers should apply the temporary hair tint with that in mind.