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Crazy Color Aubergine


This is a really striking deep pink-plum hair colour. This semi-permanent dye works best on hair that has been lightened to pale blond but can also give an attractive subtle tint to natural hair.

  • 100ml
  • Semi-permanent
  • Conditioning colour
  • Not tested on animals
$6.00 (USD)
  • €5.00 (EUR)
  • £4.00 (GBP)
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A beautiful opulent purple, Crazy Color’s Aubergine starts off as a vibrant plum shade and gradually fades out to a more pinkish tone.

It’s deeply pigmented so can rub off on your clothes, skin, bedding etc. Colour transfer can usually be removed easily through normal washing and household cleaning products, but we recommend you take precautions to avoid staining precious items.

The upside is that being so pigmented, Aubergine gives a beautiful lustrous shine, even on damaged hair.


Apply directly to damp or dry hair using a tint brush for best results. Wear protective gloves to avoid temporary staining to skin and nails. Massage the product into your hair and allow to process for at least 15 minutes. Cover with a cap to avoid drying out. Rinse thoroughly in warm water.

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  • Ingredients ⮣

  • Precautions

    Crazy Colour should be used exactly as supplied without the addition of any other substance - it does not require a developer. For the brightest results the hair must be bleached to pale blond. Platinum and Silver will only work on very light hair.

    Do not use Crazy Colour on hair containing more than 10% white. Do not add peroxide. Do not mix with permanent colourants.

    Colours may cause permanent staining on textiles and porous surfaces. Staining to baths, sinks and showers can be removed with household bleach. Always check manufacturer's instructions.

Reviews of Crazy Color Aubergine

  • This colour works on hair that has been bleached to a brassy blonde. A pinky purple that turns more pink as it fades. Lasts reasonably well, good if you like changing your hair often.
  • i applied this colour on my manequins hair, went to bleach it out and it turned green!!
  • I'd pre-lightened my hair twice before as well as highlights and this dye turned my hair bright pink! It's still lovely, but it was just a nice surprise!
  • Starts off as a deep purple which is a gorgeous colour but then slowly rinses out after about 10 washes to a pale pink with paler pink streaks (as least thats what happened to me) I wouldn't recommend this is you have anything white in your house as when you wash your hair the colour stains your bathtub it also stains clothes and wallpaper if you lean your head against it (Even when hair is dry!)
  • ^ I didn't realize how absolutely *serious* the previous poster was, and now feel the need emphasize it. This not only dyed my scalp but left my shower completely magenta. i can't run my hands through my hair without getting stains and this stuff will not come out. I also had to buy a new shower curtain. Oh and the best part? It also dyes your skin, regardless of how long it has been sitting on it. My back is stained, my chest is stained, my entire neck is stained even though it should've just been the back. Not sure how I'm going to dress these next few days considering it gets all over clothing, even when rinsed out and dried. I'm pretty damn irritated about this. Thanks Crazy Colors, that could not have gone any worse.
  • I've always liked Crazy Colours! Sure, it can stain your back and tub and other stuff, but you should ALWAYS be careful with the hair dye. I died my hair just yesterday, and how come my hair doesn't stain anything? My wall behind my head is still white, and so is my sweather. If you get dye on any body parts, just wipe it off before it sets. Be sure to rinse thoroughly!
  • This is a lovely deep purple colour that shines super majenta in bright lights . Gorgeous shine

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