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April 2, 2019 / Posted by:

Clairol Glints!

For some of us, we broke our hair color virginity with Sun-In or by squeezing a lemon on our hair before baking it on the sun’s rays (or if you were my cousin, you tried to break your hair color virginity using fucking Clorox only to find out that the only thing Clorox will do to your hair is break it for real). But some kids in the 90s were fancier and first touched their pristine virgin untouched hair with “dye” out of a box of Clairol Glints.

Clairol put out Glints in 1992, and it was marketed toward teens or tweens whose parents wouldn’t let them completely douse their hair with colored chemicals. (Those parents really aren’t right for denying their teen the experience of suffering from thinking they were going to dye their hair “Ginger Grant from Gilligan’s Island” red only to end up with the color of a dirty penny copper. Yes, I’m typing from experience, and yes, I destroyed all the visual evidence.) So Clairol produced a gentle step into hair dying by making Glints, which was “conditioner” that only “enhanced” your natural color and eventually washed out. A commercial from 1994 starred the LEGENDARY BOB ROSS (and oh yeah, The Noxzema Girl was in it too).

Clairol eventually discontinued Glints, and sure, there’s plenty of temporary hair dyes out today, but are any of them endorsed by hair icon and all-around legend Bob Ross (yes, I’m taking his appearance in that commercial as a 100% endorsement)? I think not!

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