|Hair Chalk In Packaging
|Hair Chalk Kit!
Well, here's what my hair looked like before I started. The lighting is quite bad in my room so, apologies.
Ignore my frizzy ends- It's about the colour!
The chalk applicator should have made it easy to apply. I suppose it meant I didn't have to hold the chalk in between my fingers.
I found that it was very difficult to get the chalk to actually apply itself to my hair. After only a short whiles the chalk turned very waxy and then no more chalk would move onto my hair.The purple chalk was barely noticeable in my hair so I decided to try the hot pink one in case that made a difference. It was even worse- It turned waxy after maybe one or two strokes and even when I scraped the chalk with my fingernail barely any came off. No joke, this is the end result:
A big thumbs down!!
There are two reasons as to why my escapades with hair chalk were such a complete disaster:
- My hair is brown. All of the pictures that I've seen of hair chalking have been blondes. Actually, they normally have white-blonde hair. I'm a brunette, it just straight up might never show on dark hair.
- I bought cheap chalk! Well, I wouldn't call 5euro for two pieces of chalk cheap but this is "hair chalk", lol, so of course it's going to be expensive. Maybe when I'm rich I shall try out a more expensive set (I think it's around 16euro in TopShop?) and that might make it more noticeable!