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But when Kyle asked me for permission to use hair chalk, he was shocked when I agreed. Normally, I reserve "funny hair dye" for the summer time, and only if he has kept his grades up all year. (Kyle is consistently an honor roll student, and he gets a lot of extra little rewards, such as dying his hair while school isn't in session.) But hair chalk? Well, since it's not permanent and washes right out, I readily agreed to it.
If you don't know what Hair Chalk is, then prepare yourself for amazingness! It's a super fun, temporary method to add some serious flair to your hair. These vibrantly colored hair-chalk sticks from Ellore Femme help you to easily paint rainbow hues onto strands. The easy-to-blend dyes are formulated with natural plant pigments, rendering the chalk non-toxic. All 24 colors easily wash out in the shower.
Spontaneous hair color
Set with heat
Nontoxic, natural plant pigments
Washes out after one shower
Use on wet hair
24 vibrant shades
May transfer onto clothing during application
May cause respiratory irritation if inhaled
Our Review of the Ellore Femme Hair Chalk :
Using Ellore Femme Hair Chalk is easy, peasy. Here's what you need to do to get fun, funky colors in no time:
1. Wet your hair.
2. Rub in your preferred Color(s)
3. Allow hair to air dry or use a straightening iron.
IMPORTANT: Avoid eye contact. Avoid digestion. If contact or digestion occurs, rinse thoroughly with clean water and seek medical attention. Keep away from young children. Recommended ages 8 and up. Use of gloves is recommended in application. No danger to skin or hair. Hair chalk may break into multiple pieces during use, transport and/or changes in temperature. You may continue to use broken hair chalk as normal.
Please note that you really DO need to make sure your hair is wet. Kyle initially made the mistake of trying to apply the hair chalk on dry hair, and it does not work. After realizing his error, he hopped in the shower and then tried again on wet hair. He got fabulous, colorful results!