LE STREAK, C'EST CHIC
Urban Decay teaches us color theory for summer, hair and eyelashes included.
Those of you who remember the '90s may recall a strange and wonderful fad called Kool-Aid streaks:
This story was published on June 2, 2008.
You mixed your water with extra colored powder, then literally soaked your top strands of hair for hours. The result was Crayola-colored stripes, the kind seen on Saturday Morning Cartoons and Liz Phair.
Now Urban Decay has created a new product that lets you get the same effect, but without the sugar high - and with the assurance that it rinses right out.
They've made The Big Fatty Mascara, a tube of colored goo that turns your eyelashes electric blue, bright violet, or hot pink - and if you streak it through your bangs or crown, it'll make your hair pop, too.
It rinses off with makeup remover or shampoo, so you can be stuck in the '90s for a day... but not for the rest of the month.