Hair chalk: Update your hair color without commitment
Color us happy
By Charyn Pfeuffer
Tip #1: “It's best to put a little bit of product in like a light paste as a primer (like Kevin Murphy Gritty.Business , or Night.Rider) and then add the hair chalk on top. This makes the chalk stay in a little better and gives it a more vibrant look,” says Rosie.
Tip #2: “It's a great option for people who want to add a little color without the commitment, as it washes out when you shampoo,” says Amber.
Tip #3: “Be aware of light clothing when using hair chalk, as it can rub off onto clothing,” says Erika.
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