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Manic Panic Wildfire

★★★★

Wild Fire is a beautiful bright red colour with no pink-tones It’s extremely bright in normal light, but glows even brighter under ultra violet light!

This is one of Manic Panic’s brightest and truest red dyes and works best on hair that’s been pre-lightened to blonde. Tends to fade to light orange.

  • 118ml
  • Vegan, cruelty-free
  • Semi-permanent
  • Ideal for bleached hair
  • Glows under UV!
£8.50 (GBP)
Out of stock
- More expected in 2 weeks.

Usage

For best results apply to hair that has been pre-lightened to pale blonde. Do not mix with peroxide.

Shampoo hair using a deep cleansing shampoo. Apply to freshly washed, dry hair. Apply evenly using a tint brush and comb through until frothy. Cover your hair with a plastic cap and leave for 30 minutes. You can apply heat to intensify the process.

Rinse with cold water, away from your face.

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  • Precautions +/-

    Always do a preliminary strand and patch test before applying. Avoid contact with eyes. To avoid staining your hands, wear plastic gloves when applying. Do not use on eyelashes or eyebrows. May temporarily stain skin, may stain blonde and porous hair, may permanently stain clothes and other materials. Store in a cool, dry place, away from sunlight.

Reviews of Manic Panic Wildfire

  • A great orange, though some people mistake it for pink and red, so it looks like a pinkishreddishorange color. Report Comment
  • I used this on a friend once. We left it on for about two hours and it came out a bright reddish color. It faded to pink about a week later but was still pretty for a while. Report Comment
  • It comes out as a really cool orange-red at first, very bright, especially under a blacklight. Fades too fast for my liking, within 2 weeks. I would recommend mixing this with other dyes, it goes great with Devilish or other pink-toned reds to really brighten up to a true red. Report Comment

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