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L'Oreal Technique Liquid Chalk Temporary Intense Hair Makeup, Blue Hue, 1.6 Ounce
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- No pre-lightening required
- Washes out with shampoo
- Predictable instant color
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LOreal Technique Liquid Chalk Temporary Intense Hair Makeup utilizes a unique water-based ink technology to deliver instant, vibrant color results on all hair types and colors.
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The first time, I just streaked a bit of my hair. I did need to use two coats for it to be noticeable, and I didn't wear gloves as instructed (sorry) so my hands did stain, but not horribly - it was mainly on my nails after 45 seconds of trying to scrap it off my fingers.
The second time, I tried it by doing a style I like (the roots are braided for 1/2 inch, then twisted until two inches is left, and the remainder is finger coiled) then applying it to about 7 then taking out the twists out 4 days later. The 2 strand twists were quite easy to take out, but the braids were hard to take out since the chalk really made my strands stick to each other, since I was rushing, a few strands broke off, but not enough to cause concern. It probably wouldn't be so difficult if my hair was shorter or less curly, but it is quite curly, thick, and nearing bra-strap length.
The smell is noticeable, but I think it aired out quite nicely by the next day (make sure to blow dry it - I only spent 3 minutes on low heat doing this). For me there was no staining on my clothes, before or after I took out my twists. As expected, if someone isn't closely examining my hair, it appears more purple simply because my hair is so dark, but that's what I was going for. However, it was definitely pink when I eventually applied it all over my hair instead of just on samples. Nearing day 5 of this in my hair, it is still very visible, but I haven't really done anything to it but throw it in a bun. The hair is definitely crunchy feeling the first day, but after I took out the twists, it feels like my hair is just glued together, but not literally because it comes apart easily when I pull the strands apart. The first time I applied it, I tried to rinse it out first after it was completely dry, it did not work. The next day, I washed my hair with mizani's true texture curl balance (sulfate-free) and it came right out without me trying to focus on getting it out. When close up, you can see the little flakes and blotches that make the chalk, but farther away it looks more uniform.
I did all the bottom quarter of my hair this time. It was a bit harder to wash out, but most of it was out. I was in a rush when I applied it, so I again didn't use gloves and completely forgot to put on a different shirt. The shirt in the pictures is the same shirt I had on when I applied it. I simply wiped it on the twists and most of the time it was dry one second after being applied (it might simply be that my hair absorbs it faster or something), and if not, I would just hold it a few seconds until it did so it wouldn't stain the white parts of my shirt. My hands were definitely stained afterwords, it took a lot of scrubbing for about 10 minutes, and I still had little pink specks. It got on my floor and sink, and it was hard to take out, but with a little elbow grease and acetone it eventually came off. With that being said, they tell you to wear gloves for a reason. The product definitely has a smell on the first day, but I don't think it has one the next day. I took out my twists very patiently this time and had a lot less breakage, there were a few snaps here and there, but not at an alarming rate. I think thoroughly detangaling is a must if you use this with or without twists. The color was undeniably pink this time, understandably. The orank worked for about a minute as I approached them from a few yards away, but as soon as they got a few inches to me they instantly recognized it was not a real dye, oh well, haha. It was mainly soft and felt like my natural hair when I touched it after the third day except for a few strands that may have been concentrated on more than the others. I actually didn't even get to the second bottle, there was actually still about 1/10 of it left in the first bottle. I wore whatever I felt like wearing the whole week and had no issues. The only stain I got was a tiny little pink dot from when I first applied it without changing my shirt, but considering how carelessly I was putting it on, that's pretty good results, but maybe only the pink is like that. I wore it in my hair for about a week before washing it out. I used a denim brush to get out all the little pink chalk (which now just looked liked a bunch of dots and chunks varying in size). I feel like I had more shedding, it was about the size of my palm (my hands are quite small though) but I didn't go to the mirror thinking I would be bald haha. There were a few dots that refused to get out after the first washing, but after conditioning and washing that out, they seemed to be all gone. Hope this helped haha. Any questions just let me know.
Just no. Please don't buy this stuff. It's a week later since Halloween and I seriously regret ever putting this in my daughters hair. Her smooth straight hair STILL has traces of this stuff in it after several washings and deep conditioning isn't helping really at all with the dryness. I regret this completely. She has had screaming fits just trying to get through the tangles which turn ginormous after just sleeping. Yes, every kid gets tangles but these are awful and the hair is so dry, it's a mess to get through. I'd like Amazon to seriously consider what kind of product this is. The kid doesn't even have the same shiny hair any more.