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Summer holidays are the perfect excuse to try out a new look, and your hair is the easiest thing to change. Whether you fancy bold colours like pink and blue or just a bit lighter, there is plenty of vegan hair dye to choose from.

Manic Panic

For all dye-hards out there, Manic Panic is one of the most trusted and famous brands out there. Used by the public and professional alike, its bold, vibrant colours are all 100% vegan.

Manic Panic also won’t wreck your hair or leave it feeling dehydrated.

Its semi-permanent dye is fortified with conditioners, and they’re proud to test on celebrities, not animals!

With over 40 different colours to choose from, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

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DARE

If sparkles and unicorns and everything pastel is right up your street, this is the vegan hair dye for you!

With some of the most Tumblr worthy colours around, DARE’s semi permanent and vegan hair dyes will leave you looking picture perfect.

They’re an Aussie company and ship abroad, however their website doesn’t seem to be working at the moment. However, check out their Instagram, and they should be back up shortly.

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Herbatint

Not every vegan has brightly coloured hair, and that’s where Herbatint comes in. Ammonia free, vegan, and using raw vegetal extracts, they have beautiful natural hair colours that will suit any shade.

From Blonde to mahogany, and all under £10, this vegan hair dye even has online instructions to ensure anyone can use it.

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Daniel Field

Daniel Field is all about beautiful, natural hair colour. Designed for covering greys or adding some subtle highlights, this vegan hair dye is free from bleach, ammonia, PPD and alcohol.

With ebony and ash blonde, this dyes will simply add some natural colour, and enhance your existing shade.

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