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Dip dying is a recent trend, but some people (like me) aren't allowed to dye their hair, and they don't want to. Hair chalking is great, and it washes right out. And, your parents will probablly let you do this while school is still going on. If your parents don't want you to do it now, do what I'm doing and do it over spring break.

Soft pastel chalk, What the Arrow is Pointing at in the set
A small spray bottle filled with water
A flat iron or curling iron
Rubber gloves
A old towel or t-shirt you don't mind getting color on

Step One: Spray a 1-inch section of hair with water. You don't need to soak the entire strand, just go as high up as you want the color to be. This is picture one in the set incase you need a visual. ♥

Step Two: If you have dark hair, like black hair put white chalk on first. The colors might end up being a lighter/softer version of what you would of have gotten with light hair. Twist your hair as you chalk. Color on your hair with one of the pastels. I recommend choosing about three colors, and putting one at a time in your hair. Start with the lightest shade first, since, as you can see, the color gets all over your gloves and you'll end up with a muddied version of the same hue throughout if you go dark to light. This is picture two in the sett. ♥

Step Three: Wait for your hair to air dry. Using the curling or flat iron, go over each colored strand. This sets the colors in your hair, so it will last longer. Then brush and style however you normally would! I like the look of curling, but its just my opinion. ♥

Brown Hair: Purples, greens, pinks & blues look good. Don't forget white first. 
Black Hair: I've seen white, orange and blues. DON'T FORGET THE WHITE.
Blonde: Really anything, but orange and white. They don't really show up. 
Red: White, purples & blues are what I've seen. Depending on how red your hair is, you might have to use white first.

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