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Saturday, December 07, 2013

Chap 2: Styling with hair chalks

The new trend in beauty: Hair Chalking

So hair chalking is an easy, quick and inexpensive way to add temporary colour to your hair without making a big commitment and worrying that your new hair colour eg. blue or green brings nightmare to your life. Too good to be true! I've been wanting to dip dye my hair with pastel colours like purple, pink, turquoise or perhaps blue(?) but I'm afraid that it doesn't suit me and it would damage my hair... but hair chalk is here to rescue!

For hair chalking, there are 3 items that you need to prepare (as the picture above):
  1. Water
  2. Hair chalk
  3. Hair dryer

As I have mentioned in my previous post, The Hair Story hair chalk comes with 12 assorted colours priced at RM38 is kinda different from the others as it is made up of natural ingredients so it won't damage your hair easily or stain your hair. According to my friend's previous experience, the colour stain on her hair badly and her hair became very dry even after few times of washing and using hair conditioner. But THS hair chalk is different; it can be wash off easily with waters and it won't make your hair dry and frizzy!


1. Spray some colour over the strand you wish to colour.

2. Rub the chalk over and under the strand. Remember to twist the hair as you chalk because the texture from twisting makes the chalk release more pigment. Use a hair dryer to spread out the colour strand and you're done! You may also go over the hair with a flat iron or curling iron or even try a fishtail braid! :)

PS// Make sure you have a towel around your body and gloves because this can be messy.

Jjang! Loving my pink-purplish fringe ♥

Hair chalking is definitely the best way to shoo away your monday blues or it can also be used as a tool to see whether which colour suits you the best before you go and dye your hair. Hair chalking is fun but remember, do not chalk your hair too often as you're using powder pigment on your hair and it will suck up the natural moisture from your hair. You're recommended to use hair conditioner after you wash off your chalk to replenish the moisture of your hair. If you are keen, you may purchase The Hair Story hair chalk from Hair Depot outlets or their online store. By the way, stay tuned for my next blog post for more hair chalkies and hair-py styling day with my fellow bloggers!

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1 comment:

  1. Your pinky-purple fringe is so pretty! :D I tried chalking once, didn't turn out so good and my hair got super, super dry so I don't dare to do it again, lol


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