How to Dye Your Hair with KOOL Aid?


Kool-Aid is really hard to remove, which is why you shouldn't use it to dye your hair. There are temporary dyes that can wash out more easily than Kool-Aid. Some solutions you can try are to dye the hair or cut the hair (if it is just on your tips). If that is not an option, you can use toothpaste as a conditioner while in the shower. Use it all over and massage into your hair. It may take a few tries. Clarifying shampoo will also work. Again, you will need to use it more than once before you start to see a difference.
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How to Temporarily Dye Your Hair With Kool Aid
Those colorful packets of powdered drink mix that kids love so much have found a new purpose. Powdered drink mix is popular as a hair dye, turning the hair a variety of unusual hues. Although dark hair won't be markedly changed with the application of... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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