from children to Hollywood celebrities are embracing the runway fad
colored hair, using soft pastel chalk.
Color-streaked hair first popped up on the catwalks two to three
years ago, featured by designers such as Prabal Gurung, Prada and
Jean Paul Gaultier, Perrotta said.
Reality TV star, Lauren
Conrad featured hair
chalking on her blog,
The Beauty Department
from where on chalking
became a craze.
How to Apply
Take a piece of art soft pastel chalk, run it along the
dry hair until itís colored. Sidewalk chalk or chalkboard
chalk won't stick to your
hair. Avoid using oil pastel to prevent staining.
If you have darker hair and the chalk isn't showing up then
dampen the hair before applying.
If better sealing is desired, pull the hair through a
Women with blonde hair may have to
shampoo a few times before the color fully rinses out.
To remove, shake or
brush your hair to dust out the chalk before getting into
the shower. Then wash your hair.
The chalk can get messy, so wear plastic gloves.
Try out chalking this
summer to make fun