How Do You Make Permanent Hair Dye In Punk Colors?
Dyeing your hair is a great way to change your look; however, store-bought hair dyes and salons cost a lot of money and can cause damage to your hair. Excessive dyeing with chemicals can result in brittle or dry hair, split ends and sometimes, even hair loss. But don’t worry — there are many common household products that you can use to naturally color your hair without the cost or the damage. Put on the latex or plastic gloves before you begin mixing to avoid staining your skin. Pour the packet of Kool-Aid and 1 cup of water into the mixing bowl. Mix with the spoon until the Kool-Aid is fully dissolved. For longer or thicker hair, add another packet of Kool-Aid and another cup of water. Stir until fully dissolved. Unroll a large sheet of plastic wrap and set it next to the bowl. You will be using this to wrap your hair after you’ve dyed it. Dip your dry hair into the bowl, preferably over a sink or a towel. Use your hands to coat your hair in the Kool-Aid dye. Being careful not to dr