A subtle hair color is way better than vibrant ones, and this seems to be true to Madison De La Garza’s latest hair color. In her latest Instagram post, Madison debuted her new Blue and Black hair shades, quoting Britney Spears’ “Oops, I did it again”. This basically tells that it isn’t the first time she has done this.
If you are like Madison who doesn’t want to really make your hair color or highlights very apparent, then here are some tips you might want to emulate to recreate the same hair look like Madison’s. You can even try other colors if you want to.
Color your Hair with Hair Chalks
Hair chalking has become a trend for quite a while now. Many people find it a great way to add some vibrancy on their locks. Hair chalks have almost the same effect as with a hair dye, only that it can stay at a little time. Advantageous, right? Here are some tricks and tips to help you get Madison’s latest hair color:
- When chalking your hair, twist it as you do so. Twisting will make the chalk release more of its pigment as you spread it downward.
- Always remove the excess powder by brushing it off.
- Because it’s a subtle Blue color you want to achieve, do not apply the pastel in numerous strands. Put it on small strands at some parts of your hair.
- If you are blonde, don’t wet your hair before chalking. But if you are planning to keep the color for many days then you wet your hair first. Wetting a blonde hair before chalking will create a real dye.
- Use soft pastels. Non-oil based soft pastels are much preferred.
- Do not forget to protect your clothes. Wear a robe or a cape when chalking your hair. Also put something on the floor to catch the pigments of the chalk.
- Seal the color with your flat or curling iron. Apply as well hairspray to totally lock it on.
- Chalking may be fun and really cool, but doing it more often might damage your hair. The pigments on the hair chalk may suck up the natural moisture of your hair.
- After chalking, use a clarifying shampoo to totally wash all the hair colors you had. Also, put some conditioner on your hair. It’s a must actually, as it replenishes the moisture that your hair might have lost when you had it chalked.