Who doesn’t want to receive super shiny and nourished hair for Christmas? Gift the perfect bundle of the Manic Panic haircare collection this year. If you know someone that loves experimenting and playing with their hair colour constantly then this bundle is great for them! The Not Fade Away Shampoo and Keep Colour Alive Conditioner are specially designed to keep semi-permanent colours locked in for longer whilst also keeping the hair maintained and smelling of grapefruit.
If you want to keep them prepped for a possible change of mind, you could include the Prepare To Dye Clarifying Shampoo. This Manic Panic clarifying shampoo is a deep cleansing formula designed to assist the fade of colour whilst also keeping the hair feeling strong and rejuvenated in between colours.
Click here and get the full bundle for under £30.00.
Maybe you haven’t noticed one of the newest editions to the Manic Panic family, the tinted lip balms in several beautiful shades and scents from Vanilla Bean to Cotton Candy. These beautiful balms can be bought as singular items or if 1 isn’t enough, check out the lip balm trio packs: Wild Side and Supernatural Shades.
Not only do these lip balms leave your lips feeling super soft from the nourishing ingredients such as shea butter, but 100% of profits from these products are also donated to the Tiossan Academy. The Tiossan Academy provides an education of contemporary skills and much more to working-class Senegalese children.
Discover just how much of an essential lip balm really is here.
Buying more fun and exciting hair colours for someone that is endlessly experimenting with their hairstyle definitely sounds like something they would love and never tire of receiving. However, have you considered introducing them to something new they could try out? The Manic Panic Pastel-izer can be used to soften the tone of any Manic Panic colour. This new way of prepping the colour is a great technique to use when creating fun hair looks that interchange between bold and bright colours to more subtle tones. Also, adding the Pastel-izer to an already highly pigmented colour will allow for this pastel shade to last longer than our formulated pastel shades.
Why not create your own pastel-izer bundle gift by including your recipients favourite Manic Panic shade alongside the Pastel-izer.
Start your Pastel-izer bundle at only £10.00.
Buying presents for kids can be one of the most difficult parts of Christmas. It seems like they know exactly what they want, but the risk of buying the same thing as someone else is very high around this time of year. Why not try something slightly more unique?
Kids love being creative and we should let them experiment with their own style and look. With the Manic Panic Amplified Temporary Hairspray, they can have fun funking up their own hair with these easy to use temporary hairsprays. We think these would be an incredible idea for any kid that might have an itch for creativity, and adults - no need to worry! With just one thorough wash with shampoo, the colour has gone and the hair colour fun can start all over again.
These sprays come in a range of colours as well as our Stardust temporary glitter spray which would add the perfect Christmas or even New Year finishing touches to any hair colour!
Check out the full line of temporary hairsprays from Manic Panic here!
Do you know someone that is keen on tweaking their appearance every now and again? Well, look no further, gift them the perfect present of a super dazzling Manic Panic wig! With 6 styles in 15 different colourways, we’re sure you’ll find the perfect one. These synthetic wigs are both vegan and heat stylable, so they can be changed and adapted to suit their new owner, no problem. With no colour commitment, these wigs really are a top contender for any commitment-phobe, bright-colour-loving human!
See the full range of wigs here!
We hope we have been able to give you some ideas for your dye hard fans! Let us know over on Instagram what ideas you came up with this Christmas for gifts and remember to tag us in your pictures using @manicpanic_uk.