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chalking your hair! use soft chalk pastels (dont get them confused with oil pastels cause thatll mess your hair up real bad!) sooo cuuuteee and a great alternative to dying!

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CHALK IT UP

Chalk hair. Things needed: Soft Pastel Chalk (DO NOT confuse it with oil pastel. Oil pastel will be hard to remove). Just twist hair while chalking & brush away excess powder left from chalk. If you have dark hair, wet the hair before. This will get on your clothes so wear something close to the colors on your head or do an up-do so it doesn't get on your clothes. To remove it, brush through your hair, shampoo & condition to replenish the moisture.

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Hair chalk? I want some!

OCPBG Distributionfrom OCPBG Distribution

24 Colors/set Hair Chalk

Easy to Use and temporary:. 1.) Section off the amount of hair you want to color. 2.) Spray the section of hair so its damp. 3.) Apply chalk to the desired color more chalk the brighter the color. 4.)

The Beauty Departmentfrom The Beauty Department

CHALK IT UP

hair chalking? hmmm...cool

Sorella Salon & Spafrom Sorella Salon & Spa

Tutorial: Pastel Hair Chalking

Pastel Hair Chalking Tutorial. So fun for quick and easy color!

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Wine Hair Chalk - Hair Chalking Pastels - Temporary Hair Color - Salon Grade - 1 Large Stick

Wine Hair Chalk - Hair Chalking Pastels - Temporary Hair Color - Salon Grade - 1 Large Stick on Etsy, $1.99