Hot Hair Trends: Try Hair Chalking for Color without Commitment

In Beauty and Hair on November 29, 2011 at 11:00 am
If there’s one thing we know, it’s that people are always going to come up with creative ways to make a beauty statement.
We have feathers, we have lobe stretching, and now we have a hot new way to add some temporary color to your locks: hair chalking.
In case you haven’t watched the how-to video above, here’s how it goes:
You either soak your chalk in water or wet down small sections of your hair.
You rub the chalk product into those sections.
If you’re using wax pastels, then you just need to set it with heat. If you use a more traditional kind of chalk, then hairspray it down before you style.
And that’s…about it. Hair chalking is that easy and that low-commitment, which is probably why it’s kicking up in popularity. Feel like going wild and crazy tonight? Don some blue or hot pink streaks, straight from your local craft store, and then wash it all out in the shower the next day. Switch up the colors as often as you want or need. Color just the tips or entire lock lengths or maybe just your bangs. Who doesn’t love a trend that allows so much room for not just creativity but also variability?
What do you guys think? Have you tried hair chalking? Or are you sick of the flash-in-the-pan hair trends and think we just need to get back to basics already?
  1. Good one, by the way I am a high school student and want a career in fashion. I am applying for admission to Beauty Schools of America, Miami. I heard that it’s a reputed school in the field of spa cosmetology and barber industries. Mostly people have to say only good things about Beauty Schools of America Complaints are hard to find. Can you refer some other good schools

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