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My daughter has been wanting hair chalk for months now. Yes, my 5 year old. This is one reason I despise commercials. Hair chalk isn't bad though, so I caved in. Which is why I was so
Excited to have the chance to work with Kisspat .Hair chalk is 100% washable so I don't have to worry about her coming home with blue and purple dyed hair! Maybe this will stop that from happening later on?
Yeah right, Try telling teenager Desiree that. I'm sure my kids will do just as I did.
There are 12 colors included in our set of Kisspat Hair Chalk.
Mix and match colors, and even combine them to create your own unique look! There is nothing wrong with self expression. That is something I strongly agree on. However, there is a time and place for everything.
Kisspat hair chalk is simple and easy to use.
Just follow these easy steps to achieve maximum rock star color!
Brush out your hair.
Gather 1-2 inches width of hair and wet. (Spray bottles are your friend)
Grab your hair chalk of color preference.
Slowly go from the roots down to the end. It will probably take doing this a few times if you have brown hair.
Allow to dry, and style or curl.
Note that straightening (adding heat in general) will make it last longer. It will still wash out just as easy. But I have found that it only lasts a few hours before fading.
You can also simply wet the hair chalk. But I do recommend wetting your hair. Possibly even while wearing gloves. There is a chance you hands will stain, with certain colors.
Alyssa loves that she can change up her hair colors. She does love pink. She has a dirty blond/light brown hair color.
It was still not difficult to achieve our color.The chalk goes on smoothly.
Since it will be Fourth of July soon, why not try out some funky Red, White, and Blue hair!
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