Temporary Hair Color, Loreal Temporary Hair Color Spray
When I was at school, I played on my school's volleyball and basketball teams. During my second year, one of my team-mates got the brilliant idea to paint patterns into the underlayers of our hair - nothing so overt thai we'd be caught (there were strict rules against using make-up and hairstyles to distract players), but something subtle enough that it would take a few seconds for our opponents to figure out what was going on with our hair. A few unguarded seconds were all we needed - so we thought - to get a ball safely over a net or through a hoop. When we got tired of using our school's colors (red, white, and black), we d try our opponents' colors (purple and gold, green and black, burgundy and silver) or adopt a holiday theme (orange and black for Halloween, green for St Patrick's Day).
The color we used for these experiments was temporary - shades that stayed in our hair only until the next shampoo. We preferred the foam (also called mousse and spray-on formula), but temporary color is also available as a rinse. Of course, not everyone wants to wear the fanciful shades my team-mates and I favoured; fortunately, temporary hair color comes in many natural hues. One more thing to keep in mind is that temporary color contains no ingredient to alter hair's structure and because of this, it cannot lighten hair. Instead, use temporary hair color to darken or slightly brighten strands.
Tip - If you have damaged chemically straightend or permed hair, temporary and semi permanent colours are the safest choices.