Lady Pink & Blue – Hair Chalking

Have you tried hair chalking? It’s a really good option to (temporarily) get beautifully coloured hair without dying it. Don’t know how to do it? Here’s a quick guide:

1. Get soft pastel chalks in whatever colour you like (I prefer pink, violet and blue). Don’t use normal chalk. It won’t work.

2. If you’re blonde, just add the chalk to your hair. Section and twist your hair while doing it. If your hair is darker, make your hair wet before adding the chalk (do so by sectioning your hair and use a water spray bottle to make it wet). Don’t wet your hair if you’re blonde or have fair hair, or maybe it’ll become permanently pink/red/green/coloured!

3. Try to wear something old while chalking your hair. There’ll be a lot of chalk dust…everywhere!

4. Afterwards, just brush the chalk out of your hair or, if that doesn’t work, wash it out.

Simple as that. The colour lasted a day in my hair, but it’s quite dark. It looked fabulous!


8 thoughts on “Lady Pink & Blue – Hair Chalking

  1. What a great idea. I’ve never heard of hair chalking before but will definitely try it. I fancy pastel pink!
    You have a beautiful blog by the way – I love your dress in this post.

    The Judas Tree

  2. Oh and you could wet your hair and rub it with a pink chalk for a temporary colour boost if its blonde already…. This washes out but looks very cute. Search you tube for chalking hair or pastel hair.

  3. Lauren’swas pretty cunning! As you may know, hair chalking has been with us for a little while now and it is a great way to temporarily add colour to your locks. Above you see that chalk can produce a without dedication.

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