Suicide Squad lands at the multiplex on August 5. But you prep for the film now! Drugstore hair color brand Splat, which brings bold, super fun, and not found in nature hues to the masses in easy-to-use formulas, can help you with that goal. Splat's Suicide Squad hair dyes, inspired by the multi-colored coif of Margot Robbie's Harley Quinn, are everything. Quinn rocks bleached blonde strands with splashes of pink and blue and you can, too, thanks to Splat. Where can you grab the Splat x Suicide Squad hair colors, most of which are previously existing shades packaged in collectible Suicide Squad boxes with special edition comics books?
Oh, just everywhere! Seriously. All 11 of the hair hues will be available at Wal Mart, Target, Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid, and Hot Topic, according to Women's Wear Daily. These awesomely adventurous shades are available at easily accessible locations. But they are extremely limited edition and are going quick. So stock up if you stumble upon them at your fave drugstore.
Bustle reached out to Splat reps for further details. We'll let you know if and when we hear back.
Update: The collection is in stores now, per Splat PR reps. Also, the Splat products were used by the actors in the film, so you can get the same colors as your favorite characters.
Here's all intel we know about the Splat x Suicide Squad collection. There are 11 shades, with 10 different boxes. They are $8.99 a piece.
Quinn appears on all of the boxes, save for one shade. The Scream Green box features Jared Leto's Joker, of course.
You can taste the rainbow with Purple Desire, Lusty Lavender, Crimson Obsession, Bleach, Luscious Raspberry, Berry Blast, Aqua Rush, and Pink & Blue, per WWD.
Splat has established its dominance in the temporary, fantasy hair color realm. If you want to rock some light purple highlights for a day or two, you can. All you have to do is use the Splat Hair Chalk.
If you plan to check out the much-anticipated future blockbuster with your own squad, why not grab a few boxes of color and dye your hair when you go and see the film? Make it an interactive and fashionable night out.
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