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3 Interesting Ways To Get Temporary Coloured Hair

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3 Interesting Ways To Get Temporary Coloured Hair

Today you might be in the mood of blue and tomorrow for red. Don’t stay away from the fun because there are options in temporary Coloured hair.

Temporary Coloured

It is a good thing that women and even men can colour their hair in so many ways. Interestingly you do not have to worry about the permanent colours. There are so many options in temporary Coloured hair that you can have fun changing your appearance. Whenever the mood strikes you can dye your hair without worrying about the damage. Without the actual bleach and color you can look young, fun and amazing.

3 amazing yet temporary ways to get your hair coloured:

  1. CHALKING:

Q: How long it will last?

A: 1 Shampoo

Majority of temporary hair coloring techniques will not show up well unless you got a blond hair. This one works well for the dark hair too. Buy yourself a pack of chalk pastels. Make sure they are not oil based. They are relatively cheap and work better than the hair pastels.

Q: How to use?

  • Spray the sections of your hair with water that you want to colour.
  • Don’t spray if you have blonde hair.
  • Rub the colour up and down the tresses.
  • Twist the sections neatly so the colour gets coated on both the sides of your hair.
  • Allow your hair to air dry as the colour to sets in.
  • If you are in a hurry, you can blow dry them.
  • Use a hair straightner. This will set the colour and keep it from rubbing off on your clothes.
  1. KOOL AID

Q: How long it will last?

A: 2 weeks – 6 months.

Using Kool Aid as a temporary means to dye your hair has been a trend that is doing a lot of rounds on the internet. It time for which it sticks to your hair depends on the texture and colour of your hair.

Q: How to use?

  • ONLY use the unsweetened Kool Aid for colouring your hair.
  • Empty the packets in a sauce pan and add water where it becomes of the drinkable consistency.
  • The lesser water you use the more vibrant will be the colour, but don’t make it a paste.
  • Boil it on the stove.
  • Allow the liquid to cool and hold the sections of your hair in it for 2-3 minutes.
  • Remove the patch and dab it dry with paper towels or your old towel.
  • Don’t wash your hair or else the colour would dull down.
  1. EYE SHADOW

Q: How long it will last?

A: 1 Shampoo.

Eye shadows give lot more vibrant colour than the chalks. But they come with a glitch. Eye shadow sticks on to clothes and hands the moment it comes in contact with them.

Q: How to use?

  • The method is similar to chalking.
  • Divide your hair in sections and spray water until it is damp.
  • Start rubbing tiny dot of conditioner into each section.
  • Choose a colour and begin sliding it from top to bottom. Press it gently or else you might break it.
  • Coat as many times as you want until you get the desired colour.
  • Gently spray some hairspray to lock the colour and allow it to air dry.

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