Dinner Date with Lime Crime’s Unicorn Dye
It goes without saying that I am quite fond of dying my hair into whatever mixture of shades and hues I fancy at that particular moment. It’s almost gotten to the point that I can hardly remember what I looked like with brown hair. So over the years, I have had the chance to try out more types of hair dyes than I probably should admit to, yes, before you ask kool-aid has found its way into my hair, my clothes, and permanently all over my tub, so I have learned what works for my hair and what doesn’t.
Spending the Morning and Evening with Lime Crime like a True Unicorn
Though recently I had to throw my calculated caution to the wind and try Lime Crime’s Unicorn Hair Dye for the first time. As a fan of Doe Deere’s indie line of makeup products, and certainly a fan of her entire story towards becoming the Queen of all Unicorns, I had to jump on the opportunity to add another Lime Crime product to my collection.
My Adventourous Side and Anime
I had to control the immediate impulse to just add all of the different Unicorn hair dyes to my cart and find a button for send immediately when buying my first dye but I soldiered through and came out on the other side with the Anime Unicorn Hair Dye, which seemed like a fitting change definitely appropriate for the mix up to my monthly fixture.
It is worth noting that when it comes to all natural, I can be a bit on the strict side, if I didn’t exercise healthy caution throughout as many dye jobs as I have had, I might have become the author of the blog post “10 ways to rock a headscarf”, but the anime dye actually left my hair feeling softer, shaming my conditioner, after the first wash.
If you would like to order your own bottle of Unicorn Hair Dye, visit Lime Crime’s web store.