Hair color is fun to play with. You can literally go from one look to something completely different. A lot of naturals color their hair with the changes of the seasons- light for the summer, and maybe a little dark for the Fall/Winter.
The truth though is that permanent hair color means making changes to your regimen because you will have to incorporate more moisture to keep your hair from looking like a big, colored frizz ball (I am speaking from experience!).
Additionally, you will have to incorporate more protein because hair color can be very drying and will cause your hair to be weak and appear brittle. As a result, some people do not like the commitment of permanently coloring their hair; they are scared of damage, and after the fun wears off you might get a bit frustrated with it.
If that sounds like you, don’t worry because there are options. Permanent hair color isn’t the only way that you can switch up your look. Here are three temporary hair coloring solutions that you may want to try.
Hair chalk is literally what it sounds like- chalk that you can apply to your hair. Hair chalk was very popular in the first half of last year especially with younger women.
The chalk can be found online and in stores like Target if you are interested in purchasing. To use the product you have to just simply wet the chalk, dry off the excess water, and apply it to your hair. It rinses out immediately and comes in various colors. It’s also relatively cheap and the colors are fun to play with.
The issue with hair chalk is that the color might fade, so it is great for maybe a day out with your girls, or if you plan to have a night of fun on the town.
I would like to try eye-shadow to color my coils one day soon but I wonder if it would be drying at all. I’ve read somewhere that it is.