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💓💁How To Dye Your Hair With Kool Aid! Awesome!💓💁
Reasons to Dye Hair Using the Kool Aid Hair Dye Method
Dying hair can bring out the more colorful side of person. There is no end to what people can do when coloring their hair. The possibilities are endless. Do you want to color your entire head of hair? How about just coloring your tips or roots? Or maybe you want to create a rainbow effect? Learning how to dye your hair yourself can be a rewarding experience. Especially when people comment on how beautiful your hair looks. They may ask what salon you went to. You can then proudly say that you did it yourself.
No nasty chemicals included!
When dying your hair with Kool Aid, you do not have to worry about chemicals. Chemicals are an increasing concern in today's world. If you want you and your hair to be healthy, then it is worth staying away from chemicals. Chemicals have a tendency to dry out the hair which results in breakage. We all want to be as healthy and as economical as possible. With Kool Aid being so cheap, being economical is not hard.
Tools Needed for the Kool Aid Hair Dye Method
Applicator Bottle or Plastic Dye Bottle: You can find this at your local beauty store. An applicator bottle will make the hair dying process faster and less messy. Plus, if you are the daring type and you are going for a more intricate style, the applicator bottle will help you be more accurate and precise.
What you will need! ⬆️
Vaseline: To prevent you from dying your hairline, neckline, ears or scalp.
Kool Aid Packages: Your choice of color. 3 packages will do. For those with darker hair 4 or 5 packs.
Saran Wrap: To separate sections of dyed hair.
Water: To mix with Kool Aid.
Gloves: To prevent you from dying your hands.
Mixing Bowl: To mix your ingredients.
Plastic Cap: To put on your head and to let the Kool Aid Hair Dye penetrate your hair.
Paper towels:To promptly clean up any mess.
Preparing Your Hair (Optional)
Before doing anything to your hair, whether you are styling your hair or dying your hair, you always want to wash and condition your hair. Making sure your hair is clean and moisturized always ensures the best results. Washing and conditioning the hair is not necessary for the Kool Aid Hair Dye method, but it does help.
If you do choose to wash and condition your hair, you may apply the Kool Aid Hair Dye on to moist hair after you towel dry the hair.
How to Use the Kool Aid Hair Dye Method for Temporary results
Many people make the mistake of dying their hair with Kool Aid only to find that the color is more permanent than temporary. Dying your hair with Kool Aid is only temporary depending on the methods one uses. In addition, everyone experiences different results. However, if you want your dye to be temporary, then follow these instructions.
Step 1: Get your mixing bowl, cold water, and Kool Aid packages.
Step 2: Tear open your Kool Aid packages and pour them into the bowl.
Step 3: The amount of water you want to use depends on the consistency and on how you want the color to show on your hair. For example: if you want a red color do not use so much water that the color is diluted making the red color look transparent. You can also control how much water you put into the Kool Aid if you want a thicker consistency.
Tip: I advise that you do not make the consistency too watery or too thick. Remember, we are placing the end product in an applicator bottle, and will want the mixture to come out steadily.
Step 4: Once you have determined the right consistency for you and the applicator bottle, pour the mixture into the applicator or hair dye bottle.