TINT Hair Chalk

Growing up, I always wanted to try dying my hair a bright, fun color, but my mom wouldn't allow it. She would tell me her own horror story of putting food coloring in her hair for St. Patrick's Day and ending up with green hair for a month.

Now, with TINT Hair Chalk though, you can try a burst of color and not worry about it being permanent. 'Hair Chalking' is the newest craze in temporary hair color. Add a flair of color with TINT temporary hair chalk that washes out in the shower and works on all hair colors. Thus, great for a night out during the weekend, yet you can be back to being professional come Monday. Perfect for holidays as well.

You might have also noticed Demi Lovato rocking a similar splash of color on the ends of her hair during X-Factor and then it was gone by the next day's results show.

You can pick from eight different colors for $15 each at finefeatherheads.com. It's popular to mix and match though and use two different colors at once. I experimented with pink and blue. Take a look:

It's super easy to apply too, I mean really easy. Just smudge it on and set with heat or hairspray. Watch the quick video below for a demo:

Next time, I'm going to do a small braid and have the strands different colors. What do you think? Would you try hair chalking? What color would you pick?

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  1. Ooh, I wonder how it looks on dark hair. I'd definitely try it.

  2. Wow, this sounds really cool! I too wonder if it works well on dark hair.

  3. Oh my goodness..I need to try this!!

  4. This would be a fun way to experiment different colors on my hair and be able to rinse it out if I don't like the color.

  5. I don’t suppose many of websites give this kind of information.
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