Beginners Guide To Hair Chalk by Charlie Davison - Musely
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Beginners Guide To Hair Chalk

posted in Beauty > Hair
05/30/2015
  • Just a few simple tips can make the pastel colours last longer or simply look more vibrant!!

  • Twisting the hair: 
This may seem weird but twisting the hair releases more pigment creating a more vibrant look!
    Twisting the hair:
    This may seem weird but twisting the hair releases more pigment creating a more vibrant look!
  • Wetting the hair: 
This will make the colour stick and you could blow dry it or let it dry naturally. It's up to you! But the end result is very bright and pretty.
    Wetting the hair:
    This will make the colour stick and you could blow dry it or let it dry naturally. It's up to you! But the end result is very bright and pretty.
  • Water + hair chalk = easy application! 

This might seem gross but it's actually very easy, just follow these few steps and viola! 
1. Add some powder from the hair chalk.
2. Add water but by bit creating a paste.
3. Apply the mixture 
4. Let it dry (or blow Dry) and wella!!
    Water + hair chalk = easy application!

    This might seem gross but it's actually very easy, just follow these few steps and viola!
    1. Add some powder from the hair chalk.
    2. Add water but by bit creating a paste.
    3. Apply the mixture
    4. Let it dry (or blow Dry) and wella!!
  • Buy decent ones:

If you want it to last and plan on using them on multiple occasions then invest in a decent set. This might be awkward and cost a lot but there are a decent range of colours and they last much longer!
    Buy decent ones:

    If you want it to last and plan on using them on multiple occasions then invest in a decent set. This might be awkward and cost a lot but there are a decent range of colours and they last much longer!
  • Don't want to invest?? 

One cheap and simple hack is to use soft pastels, they are much cheaper and easier to find as they are in most arts and craft shops.
    Don't want to invest??

    One cheap and simple hack is to use soft pastels, they are much cheaper and easier to find as they are in most arts and craft shops.
  • How do you chalk your hair??

    1. Spray a 1 inch section with water.
    2. Colour your hair with one of the pastels.
    3. Wait for your hair to dry (or just dry it)
    4. Either curling it or straightening it will give it the final look!
    ENJOY!!

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