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how to chalk hair

My daughter loves making new hair styles, so this was right up her alley. 
First wet hair that will be colored.
Then dip the chalk in some water and start coloring the hair.
It is messy on hands so wear gloves if wanted.
When done lightly brush or comb. 
Will wash out with soap and water. 
If you would like to keep the color in longer use hair spray and try  braiding the hair.
Very fun and easy to do!~
Note~ we used crayola chalk


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