Arctic Fox Hair Color is a Vegan & Cruelty-Free product designed by and for lovers of animals. It is vibrant, long-lasting, semi-permanent hair dye that is made in the USA. It is all 100% vegan, cruelty-free and each dye contains added conditioners to keep your locks healthy - no yucky oils or chemicals that will dry out your hair and make it difficult to deal with.
Founded in 2014 by model and animal lover Kristen Leanne, Arctic Fox is one of the fastest growing hair colour lines in the world. After bonding with her partner over a shared passion for colour, self expression, red wine and of course animals, they set out to create the best semi-permanent colours available today. Two years of research and development went into Arctic Fox to formulate a colour that is highly pigmented, bleeds less, and (this might even be the best surprising part) won't stain your sinks!
Arctic Fox is long lasting semi-permanent colour that is easy to work with, conditioning and smells great! Arctic Fox is formulated to fade within the original colour spectrum, so as the colour fades the shades will continue to be the gorgeous tones that you've always wanted. This also means that creating lighter shades and pastels with the diluter, Arctic Mist, is much easier and more accurate than ever before.
In addition to making great colour, Arctic Fox also donates a portion of their profits to help prevent animal abuse, and are (and always will be) 100% cruelty free and vegan. Arctic Fox donates 15% of its profits to help prevent animal abuse and foster animal liberation, and each purchase will assist in supporting charitable organisations such as Second Chance Animal Shelter, International Fund for Animal Welfare, Animal Hop and Wellness Foundation, and The Humane Society (USA) which provides hands-on care for more than one hundred thousand disaffected animals each year.
Customers have asked if this means that Arctic Fox products can be used on their pets, since they contain no peroxide, ammonia, ethyl alcohol, or any other animal-tested nasties. However, your veterinarian knows best so we would advise consulting with your local vet before doing so!