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I was sent the Kiss Naturals DIY Hair Chalk kit. When I first found out I would be testing Hair Chalk, my first thought was "O.K this is going to look & feel like those huge pieces of chalk that we used to play with as kids." Nothing special there right? WRONG!
There is a 60 ml bottle of Witch Hazel, 6 jars of chalk base in different colours, mixing spoon, a measuring cup & a cute silicone mould.
I have to say it was super easy to make the Hair Chalk. You measure 10 ml of witch hazel into the measuring cup, then pour the entire contents of one of the jars into it & mix. Then you just pour it into the mould.
Repeat with the remaining jars and let it sit for 2 hours. Pop it out & let sit for another 2 hours. Then you can use it.
After the first chalk, I decided, "Hey, I can just pour the witch hazel directly into the jar of the chalk base" that would make it faster & easier. Boy was I wrong. I made a little bit of a mess doing it that way. But it was very easy to clean up.
One piece of advice (other than to use the measuring cup to mix it in) is mix from the lightest colours up to the darker colours. Or rinse out your cup & spoon between chalks. The hardest part was actually waiting the 4 hours to use it.
On the outside of the box, there are fun interesting facts, and everything is in 3 languages. English, French & Spanish.
They have several kits to choose from, there is the Natural DIY Lip Balm, DIY Lava Lip Gloss, DIY Bath Fuzzies, DIY Solid Perfume, DIY Glycerin Soap, DIY Face Paint & of course the DIY Hair Chalk Kit. They have wonderful, How-To videos that you can follow.
They offer free shipping on all orders over $50
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Also, I am thrilled to announce that they are donating a DIY Hair Chalk Kit in our Christmas Giveaway for 1 lucky person!