Saturday, March 21, 2015
My teenage kids has been begging to dye their hair, but I had concerns. I know from experience how color can damage your hair, but at least I am dying mine back to my natural color. They wanted to dye their hair crazy colors, and I was worried they'd hate it after it was done and there would be no going back. Their beautiful, healthy hair would be ruined. Wicked Crown Hair Color Chalks offered a different option, one that's temporary and that makes a great Easter basket stuffer for teens and tweens.
Hair Color Chalks, as their name implies, are sticks of "chalk" that you use to color your hair safely and easily. All you have to do is moisten a section of your hair, and apply the chalk in downward strokes. Its just like coloring, only you're doing in on your hair instead of paper. You can color as much or as little as you want. Color a few strips or dye your whole head! Use one color at a time or mix and match them. Simply let it dry or use a curling iron to get the color to really lock in.
My teen daughter was also excited to try the chalks, but for her, it didn't work quite as well. Her hair is darker than my son's. He's blonde, and her hair is medium brown. The light colors show up a little bit, but its not very noticeable. It's definitely better for lighter colored hair.
Wicked Crown Hair Color Chalks come in twelve funky colors including pink, black, purple, yellow, orange, red, blue, brown, green and more. They're a fun way to make a statement without fear. To learn more about this exciting product, you can visit the Lashem website. Lashem is available in countries all around the world at stores like Nordstrom.com, Walgreens.com, Beauty.com, and Pharmasave in Canada, and other beauty supply stores around the world, as well as on www.lashem.com.