OOTD AND HAIR CHALK EXPERIMENTATION



Jeans: Topshop
Top: Topshop
Necklace: Dorothy Perkins
Coat: Topshop
Shoes: Superga
Hair chalk: Topshop
Hey! I've just got a new phone and am trying to set up the Blogger app but finding it very difficult to link it to this account, I'm also trying to find an easier way of getting my photos from my phone to my laptop. My current way of doing it (via email) I'm guessing is probably not the most efficient! Any advice on either of these things is welcome as I am very Android-illiterate. My actual camera is in slight disrepair at the moment but I am desperate to start blogging more so I will do my best to sort these issues out.
ANYWAY, as you can probably kind of see I have tested out the pink hair chalk stocked by Topshop, it's just called 'Hair Artist Pink Hair Chalk' (I think Hair Artist is the brand) and it was only £4. The first one I bought crumbled immediately when opened, but I managed to salvage some and use it anyway. As you can see the colour isn't that obvious (I only put it on the ends), but I liked the effect it gave, and it does say put it on when the hair is wet to get a more extreme colour, so I shall do this next time.
Things I learnt were:
- preferably don't wear a white top when doing it as it does transfer and it will turn the top pink.
- definitely open it over a sink in case of crumbling bits.
- You CAN return a crumbled bag of chalk.
So there we are, I'd definitely recommend this as a good non-permanent dip into the pastel-coloured hair trend.
P.S. I know my shoes need cleaning, they're a tough one when it comes to staying white.


2 comments

  1. Your hair looks adorable! I'd consider giving it a try but I have dark hair so wouldn't be sure if it would show up!
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