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Chalk hair. Things needed: Soft Pastel Chalk (DO NOT confuse it with oil pastel. Oil pastel will be hard to remove). Just twist hair while chalking & brush away excess powder left from chalk. If you have dark hair, wet the hair before. This will get on your clothes so wear something close to the colors on your head or do an up-do so it doesn't get on your clothes. To remove it, brush through your hair, shampoo & condition to replenish the moisture.

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Things needed: Soft Pastel Chalk (DO NOT confuse it with oil pastel. Oil pastel will be hard to remove). Just twist hair while chalking & brush away excess powder left from chalk.

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VS Hair - You want to section off your hair in 3 sections: One in the middle like a mohawk and the other two on the sides of your "mohawk" section. Starting with your "mohawk" section,  begin to curl about 2 inch sections of hair away from your face with your 1 1/2 inch curling iron (try to mimic Alessandra in the photo). After every section you curl, take your 1 1/2 inch rollers (I noticed VS uses velcro) and apply it to the section that you just curled. Do this for the rest of your hair.

VS Hair – You want to section off your hair in 3 sections: One in the middle like a mohawk and the other two on the sides of your “mohawk” section. Starting with your “mohawk” section, begin to curl about 2 inch sections of hair away from your face with…

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Using chalk to add color to your hair! Soft chalk pastels can be found at any major art store. Just don’t get “soft chalk” pastels confused for oil pastels.

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