Manic Panic

Manic Panic

Manic Panic was founded by two sisters, Tish and Snooky Bellomo, in NYCC in 1977. Over the past four decades, it has grown from a small boutique on St.Marks Place to an internationally renowned hair color and cosmetics company. Most famous for their vivid and bold hair dyes that are available worldwide, they are headquartered in Long Island City in Queens NY.

https://www.manicpanic.com/
Overall rating
3.7
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70%
would repurchase
3.7
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Overall rating
70%
would repurchase

Recent Manic Panic Reviews

Ultra Violet Classic High Voltage
5.0
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a month ago

If you are prone to brassiness, a tiny dollop of this mixed with a conditioner and applied to hair for a half hour will fix a multitude of hair sins. I am constantly fighting the brassy shades and don’t want to go to a salon and spend $40 to tone every time, and I know now not to even attempt a diy job with actual toner. But this is relatively idiot-proof and low damage. Highly recommended!

Ultra Violet Classic High Voltage
5.0
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a month ago

If you are prone to brassiness, a tiny dollop of this mixed with a conditioner and applied to hair for a half hour will fix a multitude of hair sins. I am constantly fighting the brassy shades and don’t want to go to a salon and spend $40 to tone every time, and I know now not to even attempt a diy job with actual toner. But this is relatively idiot-proof and low damage. Highly recommended!


Temporary Hair dye
3.0
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10 months ago

These are too expensive for what you get in my opinion, they are upwards of £11 a pot. I have mostly used their reds, purples and pinks. Hot Hot Pink was the best for covering unbleached hair and is good for putting over green or blue hues you can't get rid off. The reds were probably my favourite especially Vampire's Kiss and Vampire Red. These are very thick dyes, they mix well and can be diluted. I tried mixing them with another temporary dye but the consistency was a little off so I wouldn't recommend it. Because they are so thick you need to use a lot to cover thicker, long hair which can get very expensive. The shade Plum needed a lot of diluting because used on its own it came out super dark and I didn't like it. Although the dye isn't awful, I don't think it's worth the money. Directions has just as many colours and is a lot cheaper and easier to get ahold of.

Temporary Hair dye
3.0
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10 months ago

These are too expensive for what you get in my opinion, they are upwards of £11 a pot. I have mostly used their reds, purples and pinks. Hot Hot Pink was the best for covering unbleached hair and is good for putting over green or blue hues you can't get rid off. The reds were probably my favourite especially Vampire's Kiss and Vampire Red. These are very thick dyes, they mix well and can be diluted. I tried mixing them with another temporary dye but the consistency was a little off so I wouldn't recommend it. Because they are so thick you need to use a lot to cover thicker, long hair which can get very expensive. The shade Plum needed a lot of diluting because used on its own it came out super dark and I didn't like it. Although the dye isn't awful, I don't think it's worth the money. Directions has just as many colours and is a lot cheaper and easier to get ahold of.

Cotton Candy Pink
1.0
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a year ago

I bleached my hair (it was patchy but didn’t matter) before adding this dye so it was a light ash blonde. I added this colour along with random other colours to create a rainbow effect, this colour ended up coming out almost white, not at all pink.

Cotton Candy Pink
1.0
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a year ago

I bleached my hair (it was patchy but didn’t matter) before adding this dye so it was a light ash blonde. I added this colour along with random other colours to create a rainbow effect, this colour ended up coming out almost white, not at all pink.