Friday, October 19, 2012

Hair Color Chalk Review

Every once in a while it's good for me to stretch out of my comfort zone!!  Ya know, like sporting pink and green hair!! Okay, not permanently! I'm not that brave! I'm talking about a baby step out of my comfort zone..... temporarily!!

Check out today's review! Hair Chalk!! Yup, you heard that right, pastel chalk that you can use to color your hair!!  Hair Color Chalks is by Kisspat. Colors from white to black, yellow, red and a really pretty shade of purple 12 colors in total. So many fun shades!!

The first thing I did was head over to the website for hair chalk tips. One important thing I learned, is you shouldn't use sidewalk chalk, it's too hard on your hair!  The KissPat Hair Color Chalks are a soft pastel chalk made for hair!!  The color will stay in your hair for 1 to 2 days, or until you wash it out.


What I truly love about hair color chalk is that it's not a commitment!!  It's NOT damaging to hair.  AND I can also color the Grandkids' hair!!  Yes, I am that kind of NaNa!!


I asked Baby Alice "want green hair??" She shook her head yes.....(WHAT?!?!) and we went to work I gave baby Alice GREEN hair! With purple streaks and a little bit of red in the back. You should have heard her giggling!






We I had so much fun!! The look on Alice's face says I had way more fun!!  All of the colors washed out with baby shampoo that night.  You can't beat that!  It doesn't harm your hair!! EVEN BABY HAIR!! It's fun!!  Big bonus for me?! I found a color that matches my hair and covers the gray!!  So in between hair coloring's I have Hair Color Chalks to help hide the gray!  I added a little flash of pink color on the underside of my hair just for fun. This stuff is FUN!!!!!!!  I can't wait to do Emma's & Eli's hair next!!

     
         Use these Pastel chalks to Chalk hair is easy:
1. Get your hair damped where you would like to apply the colors.
2. Rub on the pastel on the damp section of hair.
3. Straighten or curl your hair after finished Rubbing.
4. You can also do this with dry hair, just wet the pastel and rub onto your hair.


                                                                                                                                      

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

5 comments:

  1. An excellent post, providing something good to read,it's just good to came across the post on hand sets and its features.

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  2. Wow, I should get these to cover those little (cough,cough)gray spots too! rofl.. Thanks for the review :)

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  3. My first response after reading your review is: "Wow, this stuff would be great for Halloween"; however, after reconsidering my response, it would read, yes, that is the stuff that I need to hide my gray hair, or should I say white hair? Video explains the process really well.

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  4. Thanks for the review. More reviews on the other ingredient (chromium) please!

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  5. Oh these would be so much fun for my 13 yr old neice! I know my own 3 daughters would have loved them back when they were kids/tweens and teens too. Maybe even my 2 sons!

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