Anastasia Beverly Hills Hypercolor Hair Powders -

"A new year, a new me!"


I'm not poking fun at anyone when I say that the above statement is probably the most of over used phrase at this time of the year and I am pretty guilty of uttering it each year too
and truth be told not sticking to said resolutions.
If one of the things you have listed on your 2013 things to do list happens to be to do something a little
wild with your hair then you may want to read on, even not I think these nifty little pots of hair colour
are something that will intrigue most!


2012 saw a good few of us chalking our hair with chalk pastels a la Lauren Conrad
but as said pastels are intend for use on canvas and paper the effect may not have been quite
what some of us had hoped for particularly if you have a hair shade that is mid in tone.
Step up Anastasia Beverly Hills (Queen of brows) Hypercolor Hair Powders which offer bright
yet completely temporary flashes of colour to the hair and brows should you wish.
You can go as wild as you dare knowing that your normal hair shade and style is only 
a shampoo away...perfect for those like myself who bore easily or are indecisive.


At the moment there is three shades with more to launch very soon:
Electric Blue - Bright Matte Blue, best for light to mid hair shades.
In the Pink - Bright Matte Pink, great for all hair shades.
Teal Tornado - Matte Teal, best for light hair tones but will give a subtle effect on mid/deep hair shades.


To use you simply brush in the colour, for a subtle effect I recommend applying a little powder to your finger tips and then applying to the hair, for a bolder statement I found rubbing the selected hair area over
the powder cake to be most effective.
A little trick to keep the colour in place is to give the powered area a quick spritz of hair spray
and you are good to go with your new funky hair style.
As mentioned these also double up as eye brow powders, admitedly not something I would personally
dabble in but it looks set to be a huge trend, at least on the run ways for 2013.

Anastasia Beverly Hills Hypercolor Hair Powders* £10 each via Cult Beauty - link

I must thank my little sister for being my guinea pig...thanks sis!



23 comments:

  1. It looks good for a temporary colour fix, but I'm not sure about putting it on my eyebrows! Hope you had a good new year :) x

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    1. haha that makes two of us ;)
      a very happy new year to you too :)

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  2. These are such a cool idea! I never tried the hair chalking but I would be interested in dabbling with these. Happy new year x

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    1. Honestly they are so much fun and great for the summer :)
      happy new year to you too :)

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  3. Hahaha! The blue one is nice :)

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  4. Wow I definitely want to try these I think
    Lucia
    http://luciasloves.blogspot.co.uk
    x

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  5. Been looking for something like this for a while. Love that they show up so vividly even on dark hair. :)

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  6. They look great!


    www.ofbeautyandnothingness.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. this looks like so much fun... I think I need the pink one for sure :)

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  8. Never heard of these before, they look brilliant and it's a great way of trying out new styles or testing new colours on your hair.

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  9. OMG ! i really like this ! and its only £10. They look good :) ♥

    http://hevastyle.blogspot.co.uk/

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  10. Ohhhhh!!! I love!

    I'm getting the teal. I only have short hair so i can only use flicks in my hair.

    Jules x

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  11. These look like great fun.
    A great way to play with colour without worrying about it clinging to my bleached hair.

    Happy New year!

    ClaireRebecca.x

    http://glitterview.blogspot.co.uk/

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  12. Those colours are so unique and bright, be fun to experiment with them! Happy New Year hope you have a brilliant year :)

    http://alittlebitunique.blogspot.co.uk/

    x

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  13. Omg ive never seen anything like them, they look so cool and fun!:)

    http://laurenlovesmakeupxoxo.blogspot.com/

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  14. I quite like the idea of giving my hair a pop of colour, but I'm worried I might not like it in the end and then I'll be annoyed until it washes or grows out. These are such a great idea, I've got to treat myself to one or two (or three)!

    http://beautifulsmudges.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. I don't know if I'd be running to get these, but they look pretty cool :)

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  16. ooh these are awesome!! I just got my hair painted in blue with the crayon technique and my neck was all blue too, so it wasn't the best idea, but it looked great. :D

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  17. These look awesome but don't know whether they would suit me.
    I have just started a blog and would love if you came to check it out! :)
    www.bloggerofbeauty96.blogspot.com

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  18. Wow these are so vivid, and unique! I don't think I'd be able to be brave enough for them.. but wow! xx

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  19. My 12yr old stepdaughter is going to love these shes been asking to have a dip dye for ages but can't because of school x

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  20. I've been considering dip dyeing my hair blue, much like that electric blue. This is the perfect way to give it a trial run. :)

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  21. Wow, i would love to try these! x

    www.thefashionseason.blogspot.co.uk

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