Pixar Teams Up With Hally For Special Edition Hair Color Inspired By “Turning Red”
Sometimes you need to switch things up and let your daring side shine through, and Hally Hair helps Disney fans do just that! Team up with Pixar turn redHally has released a new ammonia-free foam hair color that will give you red locks to match Mei’s!
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What is happening:
- How’s that for an exciting partnership? Pixar turn red partnered with a hair dye company Hally for a brand new color called Code Red.
- Inspired by the upcoming film, Hally developed a custom, bright red hue that matches the hair (and sometimes fur) color of main character Mei Lee (Rosalie Chiang), a 13-year-old teenager who suddenly transforms into a giant. red panda when she gets too excited (which is almost ALWAYS).
- While Hally can’t guarantee you’ll run into a giant red panda, they can help you get Mei’s bright red hair!
- Code Red is an ammonia-free, vegan hair dye that washes out in 4-6 weeks, allowing young fans to safely experiment with color that matches the vibe they’re feeling.
- Code Red sells for $25 and will be available on HallyHair.com. Check back soon for a link to this amazing new product.
- Hally is a modern, at-home hair color for the next generation. Founded in 2020, Hally has reinvented the at-home hair coloring experience and taken the guesswork, mess and stress out of DIY hair coloring.
- They offer the first ever ammonia-free foam hair dye and their products are made in the USA.
- As a brand that was built in the midst of a global pandemic, Hally cares deeply about mental health and is committed to donating 1% of all profits to mental health organizations that provide resources to young BIPOC and LGBTQ+.
- This is Hally’s first collaboration with Disney.
About going red:
- “Mei Lee is a confident, dopey 13-year-old girl torn between remaining her mother’s devoted daughter and the chaos of adolescence. Her protective, if not slightly overbearing mother, Ming, is never far from her daughter – a sad reality for the teenager. As if changes in her interests, relationships and body weren’t enough, whenever she gets too excited, she turns into a giant red panda!
- The film is directed by Dome Shi (Oscar-winning director of short film “Bao”.) and produced by Lindsey Collins
- turn red flows exclusively on Disney+ on March 11.