Hair spray dye is a type of temporary hair dye. Generally, the user applies this type of hair dye by spraying the product from a can directly onto her hair. Some types of hair spray dye are designed for people who want a quick and temporary fix for some hair color issue, such as graying hair. Other types are designed for fun, dramatic, or theatrical use. Hair spray dye is available at a wide variety of retail locations, though from where a customer purchases the dye often depends on the type she wants and her intended outcome.
Many kinds of hair spray dye are designed for people interested in dyeing hair for quick gray coverage or a temporary change. Typically, these kinds of spray dye are available in conventional hair colors like blonde, black, brown, and certain shades of red. People who want to brighten their already gray hair can even find these dyes in gray. Often, these customers aren’t yet ready for the permanence or semi-permanence of more traditional hair dye, or they simply want to see what another hair color would look like before they make a more permanent change. Sometimes, these customers just want a temporary fix for special occasions and aren’t interested in the application and maintenance involved with traditional hair dye.
Other kinds of hair spray dye are designed for people who want to temporarily change their hair color for events like parties, theater productions, or costume events like Halloween. While these customers can find dye in traditional hair colors like brown, blond, and even gray, such dyes are also available in less conventional colors like purple, green, and blue. Some of these types of spray dye even feature glitter.
Similar to hair spray dye designed for serious use, these kinds of sprays provide varying degrees of coverage. Some offer a thorough, matte coverage. Others perform more like colored hair spray, providing a semi-transparent or glossy coverage rather than opaque coverage.
Typically, where a customer purchases the hair spray dye depends on their intentions for the product. Many retail locations that sell traditional hair dye and other beauty and cosmetics products also sell spray dye. For example, a customer might find the dye at a local drug store or pharmacy, a beauty supply shop, or a larger department store. Too, many costume and party stores sell hair spray dye. Usually, customers who want to temporarily change their hair color for fun or dramatic, rather than serious, reasons have more luck at such shops.