{DIY}: How to use Hair Chalk to get pink hair

How to: Pink hair chalk Tutorial 

Hi guys! Here I will be explaining how you can get the same pink hair I've been wearing the last couple of days using hair chalk! (Or any color for that matter). The best part of this is that it all washes out after a a wash or two, so it is not permanent. Pretty cool huh?!

I decided to get a couple of pink highlights using some hair chalk that abhair.com was so kind as to send me. I just LOVE how it turned out, and here is a tutorial on how you can get the same look!

Hair Chalk

For this project, you will need:
Pink Hair Chalk

To make these cute colorful highlights yourself, you just need to follow 6 easy steps:
  1. Grab a strand of hair you would like to color and wet it. You can spray water from a bottle or you can just wet it over the sink.
  2. Place the strand of hair over the hair chalk and press your finger on top of the strand to keep it in place.
  3. Slide the hair chalk down the strand all the way to the tip while keeping your finger on top of the hair strand so that it stays in place.
  4. Repeat steps 2-3 several times until you get the color you want.
  5. Repeat steps 1-4 wherever you would like colored hair. I mostly colored the tips of my hair as well as a couple of strands here and there.
  6. Curl your hair to bring more attention to the color (optional of course, but looks great!)

All done!!

I couldn't believe just how quick and easy it was to get pink highlights! I can't wait to try out the Purple and Blue hair chalk that abhair.com also sent me!!

Hope you all enjoyed this tutorial on how to use hair chalk to get colorful hair. Maybe I will see all of you with fun hair colors for Spring?? hehe ;)

Pink Hair Chalk

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  1. Wow! I should try this! :) And you're right, those curls made the highlights standout.


  2. This is so cool, your hair looks amazing!!! Thank you so much for visiting my blog!

  3. This is so cool and I am searching for the hair chalk ASAP...the best thing is it isn't permanent :D


  4. drenchedincaramelMay 5, 2013 at 12:55 AM

    thank you for the tutorial! :D i was looking how to dye hair all over!


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  5. Thanks so much for the handy tutorial, Marie! I really love the idea of using hair chalk to have a bit of fun with your hair! :)

  6. wow you look so pretty with pink hair! I'm feeling very tempted to get my hair dyed with chalk too! :)

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  7. Thank you Jenny! Glad to hear you liked this hair tutorial and it was a pleasure to visit your blog :)

  8. Thank you! I totally agree, the best part is that hair chalk washes out so there is no commitments!! I can't wait to try the blue and purple hair chalk I also received from abhair.com :)

  9. I'm glad to hear you like this tutorial, thank you!! In terms of dying your hair all over I guess you could do the same as this tutorial but all over your hair? Just guessing though :)

  10. Thanks Jody!!! Yeah, it was a lot of fun! Can't wait to try this in other colors as well :)

  11. Thank you so much! You should definitely give it a try, it would look awesome on you! Plus it isn't permanent and washes out so no commitments :)

  12. I never thought it would be this easy ! I had my hair blue at the tips a few years back and i actually had to put peroxide on it which was very damaging to my hair ends.

  13. Oh wao, really?? You should definitely give hair chalk a try then. It is really easy to put in and it washes out as well. I can't wait to try blue on my tips as well :)

  14. This is awesome! It looks so easy and the color is great on you. And the good thing is that it goes out with a shower.
    I showed this post to a friend and now we both want to try some hair chalk. We're just not so sure if it'll work this good on us since we're both brunettes


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