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Manic Panic Rockabilly Semi-Permanent Color Cream, Blue



Fades gradually with each shampoo
Ready to use, no mixing required
Gives highlights to darker hair
Vibrant, electric colors


Manic Panic Rockabilly Blue Hair Color Cream is not your average dark blue hair dye. In fact, this vibrant shade is deeper than pastel blue hair colors and brighter than midnight blue or navy blue shades. This Manic Panic blue hair dye is ideal for both light and dark hair, adding a bold blue shade to complement your spunky personality. With a resealable lid on this semi-permanent hair dye color cream jar, it’s easier than ever to add a punch of cobalt hair color to your lovely locks.

The Classic High Voltage line of semi-permanent hair color conditioning creams from Manic Panic feature a range of over 50 colors that bring out bold, vivid looks for all hair types. This line of Vegan, semi-permanent hair color creams are free from parabens, gluten, ammonia, PPD, resorcinol and phthalates so you can feel good about changing up your look without any risks. Each one of our products is PETA accredited, made in the USA and tested on celebrities – not animals. And, this ready-to-use, no-mix blue hair dye fades gradually with each shampoo, lasting from 4 to 6 weeks.

For best results, pre-lightened hair to a level 9 or 10 using Manic Panic Flash Lightning Bleach Kits. Then, brighten your mane within minutes with this blue hair color for men and women from Manic Panic. Hair dye results do vary, though, based on base color, porosity and hair type.

Manic Panic originated in 1977 as one of the first products sold at the Bespoke Boutique on St. Mark’s Place in NYC. The vivid shades, tints and hues stemmed from punk rock pioneers Tish and Snooky Bellomo, who transformed the beauty brand into a leading hair color revolution still going strong 40 years later. The New York native sisters, dubbed as the “Martha Stewarts of Punk Rock” believe in not only sharing colorful hair dye shades but also sharing a portion of their profits by donating 15% of Manic Panic’s annual profits to various charities.