Sunday, 6 April 2014

The Body Shop hair chalk review

Hi everyone, sorry it has been a while! But I will tell you why in my talkative Thursday later this week! Last week I went into the Body Shop and well bought things I didn't need putting it honestly! But then without that impulse buy, you wouldn't be reading this! I bought both available shades of their hair chalk, falling for blue and tickle me pink. I will be reviewing falling for blue as I may be giving away tickle me pink in my upcoming give away *cough cough wink nudge*.

Beautiful packaging

I was really excited when these hair chalks came out, I had heard of people using arts and craft chalk to temporary colour your hair, but I was waiting for a product that was specifically for use on the hair by a brand I trusted. For those new to this, using chalk in your hair DOES NOT DYE IT. So if you're at school/work and fancy a flash of colour over the weekend, as long as you have a shower and shampoo it, it will come out.

Instructions, also given in other languages

The body shop's hair chalk has fantastic instructions, I have never used chalk in my hair before, nor ever tried to do streaks in it. It is highly recommended you wear a towel around your shoulders. I didn't as my pyjamas are blue and it did come out fine, but you don't want lots of blue or pink on a nice top before going out!

I can smile at times.. No make up on!

Looks like an eye shadow outside of the packaging!!


















I personally couldn't get the knack of getting the streaks in the right places, maybe it may have been better for someone to have done it for me. I had no problem removing the chalk from my hair and it stayed in when I wanted it too! I would recommend these for anyone who isn't allowed to dye their hair pink/blue for what ever reason, whether it's work or school! This would be fun for a fancy dress party or maybe a non uniform day! It's also great for those who want to change their hair constantly without all of the damage that can come with dying. These cost £5 each but with their love your body card they are £4.50 each, great to buy a miniature shampoo/conditioner with it to get an extra stamp!

 Have you tried the body shop hair chalk or maybe you want to try it in the future? Let me know your thoughts below!











10 comments:

  1. nice review! that shows up really well in your hair :)

    Catherine x

    http://www.beautyisintheeyeofthebeholder.co.uk

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    1. Thanks hun, considering my hair is damaged and I used a conditioner in it before hand, it's turned out really vibrant! x

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  2. This makes me want to use it even more, it looks great! Going to buy/order some as soon as I get some money :p

    http://awriteroflight.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Hehe sorry Emma! If there's no offers online, let me know when you want to get one and which shade, I get 10% off so it will be £4.50 xx

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  3. this sounds like such a good product! And I was actually really surprised at how well the colour showed up on your hair!

    Yet Another Makeup Blog.

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    1. I was surprised too! Considering how difficult it is to get blue into your hair! It's really good :) x

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  4. I wish these existed when I was 15/16!!xx

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  5. So do I! Perfect for weekends or fancy dress without getting in trouble at school or damaging your hair! xx

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  6. Great review, I love the colour. Love your blog have just followed you on bloglovin , cant wait to read more!

    Gaby x

    theglamdottylife.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you, I am following you back! :) x

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