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Kevin Murphy's Color.Bug: The How-To

Alison Alhamed | March 8, 2012 | 2:09 PM

Kevin Murphy's Color.Bug: The How-ToWe just LOVE Kevin Murphy's latest launch, COLOR.BUG! This handy little tool delivers temporary color that appears on all hair colors—and it's temporary!

BELOW, check out this how-to video from Kevin Murphy himself to learn all about COLOR.BUG, and how it can help you experiment with new colors on your clients, or allow them to wear fashion-forward highlights for a night out.

Grab a pen and paper because he also dishes out some tips on how to get the most creative results while using the COLOR.BUG.

FOR MORE ON TEMPORARY COLOR, SUCH AS COLOR CHALKING, CLICK HERE!

KEVIN MURPHY ON THE COLOR.BUG: "In the world of session styling, I’m always looking for new ways to change the model's hair. Wild, crazy color became the new, hot thing but you can't just colour a model's hair just because you feel like it. I wanted full-on color but without the commitment!" Kevin Murphy says. "I thought to myself, "why can't hair color be just as easy as applying make-up? COLOR.BUG is wipe on, wipe off color! It’s just for fun and just for the one night. With a towel draped around your shoulders to protect your clothes, I would apply a hair product and then the COLOR.BUG to make it stick. The COLOR.BUG adds body to hair, you can keep this raw texture or add a fine mist of hairspray to lock on the color."

Available in pink, purple and orange.

 

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