GREENEYEEYEDGAL REVIEW: KISSPAT® PROFESSIONAL HAIR CHALK 24 MIXED COLORS PACK

I want to thank Kisspat for sending me this awesome 24 piece set of hairchalk, free for reviewing purposes. We have had some experience with hair chalking before, but we just used craft chalk and the results were not as good! This set from Kisspat comes with all of the colors that you could ever want or need to use for hair chalking. We really love the purple, pinks and blues...

This set comes with step by step instructions. Also if you view the youtube video, above, you can see how to easily apply this chalk to your hair. Things you will need- a spray bottle with water - you need to have dampened the parts that you want to apply the chalk to. - A flat iron or curling iron- a blow dryer just not work well for this- the heat will set the chalk. -Hair spray to give your color that extra hold Remember to brush your hair well before you apply any of the chalk, you should not brush the chalked hair. If you have to brush it, wait for as long as you can. This chalk can get a little messy, wear old clothes while working with it. The color can last through shampooing also.

My daughter likes the day after we apply it better than freshly applied. Overall, this hairchalk worked perfectly and it does show up on light or dark hair- you just have to choose the right colors.... For any questions or any hair chalking suggestions, feel free to leave them in the comments :)


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  • Rana
    Rana 2016/02/20 at 7:48 pm
    What can I say? When you’re right, you’re right. I did overstate the case a bit. Black text on a white barogckund always works, but one can certainly achieve readability with other schemes. Gruber's scheme is quite nice, for example, even though it doesn't achieve maximal contrast.Whatever works is what works. I did like your previous aquaness, even though the readability sucked. I could imagine a muted light aqua barogckund with black text functioning well, or a much darker muted aqua barogckund with white text working well as well The trick is that while you want to be appealing on first view of the page, your reader will then hopefully be spending the next five minutes in the readability app of your blog, so the first view ends up being less important than the readability.
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