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Junspoken Inc

Posts: 34

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

I have been seeing these images for sometime and I am confused at this point.

What do you Use to create this hair style?

Is it bad for the hair?

How do you make it different colors?

How do you wash it out?

Jan 26 13 07:37 pm Link


Junspoken Inc

Posts: 34

Las Vegas, Nevada, US



Jan 27 13 02:31 pm Link

Makeup Artist

Lauren Reynolds Makeup

Posts: 282

London, England, United Kingdom

I remember Alexander Tome saying he created this look

by setting the hair with gel then applying cream make-up on top from the Makeup For Ever Flash Palette (I think!). The look is not dissimilar. Hope this is helpful!

Edit - I just reread your post - the flash palette is excellent for mixing. It's pretty oily but a few shampoos with hot water should remove it. Bear in mind it will stain light or colour-treated hair, however gel would act as a barrier somewhat, if you ensured every strand was covered. It wouldn't damage the hair at all.

I'd probably get a hairstylist involved with this look if you can.

Jan 27 13 02:58 pm Link

Makeup Artist


Posts: 373

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

Beautiful pic

Jan 28 13 04:30 am Link

Hair Stylist

Keila Sone

Posts: 128

Harrison, New Jersey, US

Actually these type of looks are done much simpler than you think,there are gel color product, also you can add food coloring to clear gel.

But this photo specially looks like they use acrylic gold paint.

Clarifying shampoo should help.

And I agree that you should get a hair stylist involve

Jan 28 13 09:46 pm Link

Body Painter

Lisa Berczel

Posts: 4060

Corona, California, US

I talked this over with a friend who suggested a styled wig.....

Jan 28 13 10:15 pm Link

Hair Stylist

Robin Dorton Head Candy

Posts: 183

Cherry Hill, New Jersey, US

I'd recommend a wig especially on blondes or llamas with porous hair. Mix Bumble

Jan 29 13 10:51 pm Link