Kisspat Hair Color Chalk Review


Ever since I watched a video on youtube about chalking your hair, I have wanted to do this to Kaley’s hair (because I love living vicariously through her LOL).

Directions for hair chalking are simple:

  1. Dampen your hair where you want the color
  2. Rub the Hair Color Chalk on the dampened section of hair (I recommend that you wear gloves, however it does wash off your hands very easily if you don’t wear gloves)
  3. Straighten or curl using heat for longer lasting color

Kaley’s friends had so much fun chalking her hair yesterday. They wanted to see what a lot of the colors looked like so they just did random colors all over and every color they tried, was so bright.  I then used a flat iron on it and brushed it afterwards.  I could see that a little chalk came off with brushing but the colors were still bright.  Also some of the colors did come off on the white sheets so I suggest washing your hair before you go to bed or placing a towel over your pillowcase.  The day after her hair was chalked, her hair was definitely lighter in color but you could still see some of the colors.

This really is such a great way to allow your child to temporarily have some fun with hair colors without actually having to dye it.

You can buy Kisspat Hair Color Chalk on HairColorChalks.com.  It works for almost any type of hair (Blonde, Black, Brown or Red).

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Comments

  1. You’re a super mom, and she is super pretty girl.

  2. Its by how much

  3. hi dear,

    can i ask about color hair chalk i want kispat brand

    can you tell me about price for 12 color and 24 color and 48 color and about shiping to UAE

    please confirm me asap

  4. Hi.
    I just ordered some kisspat chalk, but then realized after watching a youtube video that you can do the chalking with $5 soft pastels. Please let me know if kisspat’s product is really good? Or if I just wasted money

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