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  • Manic Panic Vampire Red Hair Dye
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Ingredients
Water, Synthetic Beeswax, Cetearyl Alcohol, Ceteareth 20, Humulus Lupulus (hops) Extract, Anthemis Nobilis (Flower) Extract, Acetic Acid, Methylparaben, Propylene Glycol. May contain one or more colorants.

Directions
Shampoo hair using a pH balanced shampoo. Towel dry hair. Empty desired amount of Manic Panic Semi-Permanent Color Cream into a coloring bowl. Apply evenly with a tint brush. Do not apply to scalp but 1/2" from scalp. Saturate hair thoroughly. Comb evenly through the hair until it becomes frothy. leave on hair for 15-30 minutes. For added intensity heat may be used. Rinse hair thoroughly away from face.

Product Description

Color: Vampire Red

Manic Panic Vampire Red Hair Dye

Product Details

Color: Vampire Red
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 2 inches ; 5.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0010O0E0Q
  • UPC: 612600110326
  • Item model number: A1219
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (523 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,824 in Beauty (See Top 100 in Beauty)
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Customer Reviews

I love Manic Panic there colors are bright bold and last longer then the other dyes.
Melissa
Shocking blue does have a red undertone - it looks like a very blue purple so maybe I should have tried a more green blue but it turned out fine.
Book Crazy
My hair was bleached to a light blonde when I applied the dye, so I honestly don't know why the color is so off.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on March 25, 2011
Color Name: Vampire Red Verified Purchase
This is an excellent product! I have never used any products by them before....but I'm sticking with them!! I have tried so many different brands of dye along with colors to achieve the effect I wanted, and I am completely satisfied with my results after using this. I had already red/brown hair before using manic panic, and by no means was my hair 'virgin.' What I got was gorgeous burgundy locks, and I love it!!! This will forever be my hair dye of choice! DO wear gloves when you use this product, I forgot to have them on hand when I dyed my hair and decided to just go with it. The dye stained my finger tips. And parts of my skin have a pink hue right now, since I just dyed my hair yesterday. Also, follow the instructions and don't place dye directly at your roots!! I stained parts of my scalp. Oops! How I dyed: I washed my hair with just shampoo first. Towel dried. Applied color using a hair dye brush and bowl. I made sure my hair was saturated. I used an entire jar, even though my hair is short, but I have extremely thick hair. I covered it wath two bags. And left it on for 3 hours. I used a blow dryer every so often to apply heat. Then I rinsed it out as much as I could until the water was only a faint pink. I conditioned my hair and rinsed that out. On the manic panic website they give you tips on how to have longer lasting results. One of which was using white vinegar. With equal parts water/vinegar I poured that on my hair. I rinsed it out afterwards. The results I got are so amazing! I honestly had my doubts when I purchased this item. The best part about this dye, is that it has restorative ingredients. So unlike regular hair dye is doesn't damage your hair!!!
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56 of 61 people found the following review helpful By MEEEE on September 3, 2011
Color Name: Raven Black
I've had Manic Panic hair for at least a year now and I cannot stop raving about this product! I've used maybe 6 of their colors and I'll review them all for anyone who's curious :)

Vampire Red - LOVE the potency of this color. I had light brown hair and without bleaching it I have bright as day blood red hair. It's awesome! The downside for this color is since it is red, it will fade faster than other colors. Any sort of red hair requires constant upkeep, but it is worth it!

Raven - One of my favorites! Unlike most of Manic Panic's colors it does not fade to a weird shade other than black, it's black for a super long time and will NOT run in the shower.

Rock N Roll Red - Good, but not the best. Gives more of an orangey tint to the hair, whereas Vampire Red will fade to a dark pink. Washes out quickly but the biggest downside is the orange tint.

Atomic Turquoise - If you want full affect you Definitely need to bleach, if you don't, brown hair will be more green than blue!

Wildfire - Eh. Not my favorite at all. VERY orange and doesn't stay for very long, not as potent as most of the other reds.

Electric Lizard - AWESOME! Very nice green shade.

Ultraviolet - Good, for a few days. Fades to blue very quickly :/
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163 of 187 people found the following review helpful By Jennie Harris on August 19, 2010
Color Name: Cotton Candy Pink Verified Purchase
I ordered Cotton Candy Pink a while back from Amazon, however I normally use Passion Red, Hot Hot Pink, or After Midnight Blue (once). I dye my naturally brown hair with Manic Panic dyes only because they are semi-permanent.

In order to get the color, I wash my hair using a harsh dish washing soap like Ajax or regular soap like a Dial bar twice to strip it. No conditioner. I then dry my hair on high and straighten it on high without heat protector. Why? To get it as DRY as possible without straight up burning it. Any products will block the dye. Don't worry, Manic Panic dyes will rehydrate your hair. I then take my dye of choice (Passion Red is my favorite, it fades nice!) and cover my hair fully with dye, applying it thickly so it has a lot to soak up. 9+ inch thick/12+ inch thin hair may need more than one jar for the right affect. (I have very thick hair and when I started dying it reached my lower back! Two jars!)

Leave the dye in at least 9 hours, preferably 12 depending on color. More than 12 may be the best thing to do, but the dye is harder to was out after 12 hours. These dyes are free of harsh chemicals so they are safe for you to leave in. I usually do this at like 7 PM, then cover my hair with a shower cap to sleep.

Another tip I read from the Manic Panic website is using the hair drying for 5 minutes every hour or so (before I go to bed.) The heat is supposed to help.

When you wash your hair for the first time, try to use cool water. Don't use shampoo the first wash. You can use conditioner after you have washed your roots good! I find that leaving it in so long means I spend a while getting the excess out.

Remember, an unnatural color on natural hair is not going to last as long as it would on bleached hair.
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48 of 55 people found the following review helpful By Cydni on December 10, 2008
Color Name: Vampire Red Verified Purchase
I love manic panic. I was a punky color girl back in the day but now I've crossed over. This Vampire red is the best of the reds manic panic offers. It is not as dark as it looks in the jar. THe pillar box red for example is more of a neonish hot pink fushia color but this one is dead on. I have gotten a bizzillion complements on it. The only down side is that staining your fingers, shower curtain, and anything else it comes in contact with is pretty unavoidable. But, like the hair color, it always washes out eventually. You won't find these dramatic colors in any permanent hair color. I should know.
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