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Underground Color Hair Dye Review

Underground Color Hair Dye Review - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Looking for a crazy new hair dye? Check out Underground Color temporary hair dye right here at Kidzworld!

Note: This product is no longer available for purchase as the company has since gone under. We do however have several other articles on hair dye products, such as our Manic Panic review.

Want a new hair color that will make your teachers scream? Check out Underground Colors right here at Kidzworld and get ready to blow your friends away with a wild new hair color for back to school!

Underground Color is a semi-permanent hair dye, which means it won't wash out the next day. The only thing you gotta remember is that it works best with bleached or light colored hair. Which means if you have dark hair you might have to prep it before you try out these shades of punk.

Kelly Osbourne has created quite a stir with her hair dyed pink.
Kelly Osbourne
Underground Color hair dye will last for up to 40 washes, and will make heads turn as you cruise the halls on your way to class. Not only is the color vibrant and wild, it smells like grape Kool-Aid which is fun. You'll have all the hotties wondering what's in your hair.

The hair dye also comes in a variety of colors that are super-crazy, like lavender purple, cherry red, blueberry, orange crush, and jet black to name a few. Make sure you get your 'rents permission and help when applying Underground Color - this stuff is a lot like Jell-O and will stain your clothes, so be careful and wear plastic gloves. For a totally cool outcome, comb this stuff into your hair, wait 15 minutes and enjoy freaking your teachers out your first day back!

Rating:5

1 I've dyed my hair about six or seven times and everytime I did, it looked great! Just go with your style! I mean look at Kelly Osbourne!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: Little_Washu
Age: 10

1 I've dyed my hair for about a year now, and all I get is looks at the mall and girls coming up and touching it. A nice icebreaker is always "Can I touch your hair?" Trust me, Ive been blue for a while and it's awesome.

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: BlueHairCD
Age: 13

1 My hair started out bright acid green. I dyed it when I was 10. Now my hair is blue and I'm thinking my next will be bright crayon red. The only problem is that a lot of kids keep copying me with it, so I just say that they can never beat the original (me)!

Kidz Submit By:

Nickname: death2clowns
Age: 15

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