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  • Morgan Phillips

    Pastel hair chalk

  • Sandi Congleton

    diy hair chalk // // #DIY #Hair #Tutorial #Hairstyles #HairChalking

  • Bethany Nemec

    DIY hair chalk Step 1: Separate into small sections of hair Step 2: Soak a small section of hair with water. Step 3: Apply whichever pastel color you choose, generously. Repeat throughout sections you want pasteled. Step 4: Flat iron (or curl) your hair to set the color. Voila! You’ve just given your self a temporary new hair color! ----> I wonder if this would work wih dark hair?

  • Jennifer Caccavo

    DIY: Hair Chalking | Soft pastels

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