Believe it or not, you can safely color your hair with a DIY Kool-Aid hair color.
Yes, you read that correctly. Kool-Aid works as a semi-permanent hair color (similarly, people use it to dye yarn and fabric.) I previously wrote an article, Kool-Aid Hair Color, that breaks down the process in more detail, and shows the different color combinations.
This article is just a quick DIY tutorial on how to do color your hair with Kool-Aid.
Pick the color that you want your hair to be. Pour the pack of Kool Aid into a mixing bowl.
Add just a few drops of water and a tiny bit of shampoo for consistency. Mix together well, making sure there are no clumps.
Section off the area of hair you want to color. Make sure the line is straight.
Fold a piece of foil over a rat-tail comb. Place the foil along-side the hairline that has been parted off.
Apply the color to your hair in small subsections.
Continue step 5 until the entire section that you want colored is covered in Kool Aid.
Close the foil and then wrap your head with plastic cling wrap. Let sit for 4-5 hours or sleep with it in.
Rinse your hair really good with cool water. Don’t use shampoo.
Enjoy your new hair color!
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