Kool-Aid Hair Dye Instructions

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Ever wanted to try a crazy hair color but don’t want to commit? Kool-Aid hair dye is a great way to test out colors at home without making a dramatic change or spending a lot of money.

The lighter your hair is, the more dramatic your Kool-Aid hair color will look. So those with blonde or bleached hair can expect a much more drastic look than those with darker hair. However people with darker hair can still get a nice tint.

Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Put on rubber or latex gloves to protect skin from being stained
  2. Select your UNSWEETENED Kool-Aid flavor
  3. Fruit punch give hair a red tint
  4. A blue raspberry a grape combination give hair a violet look
  5. How much do you need (if you have very thick hair you will need a few more packets):
  6. For very short hair (think a couple inches above the shoulder) three packets should give you a good color
  7. Medium length (around your shoulder) six packets should do the trick
  8. Long hair (A couple inches below your shoulders) should probably use nine or more packets to get a good color.
  9. Pour your packets into a bowl and then add a few drops of water and a little bit of your favorite conditioner. You should only add enough water and conditioner to make the mixture into a paste.
  10. Mix everything together until it is a smooth paste (think like toothpaste without lumps or bubbles)
  11. Cover hair in paste, working the Kool-Aid evenly through your hair.
  12. Try to stay away from the scalp and forehead, however if you make a mistake, you can rub your skin with a warm cloth or petroleum jelly to lighten mistakes
  13. Cover you head in plastic wrap or a plastic shower cap and sleep in your Kool-Aid paste.
  14. Shampoo and condition normally to remove your Kool-Aid then style as usual.



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Ever wanted to try a crazy hair color but don’t want to commit? Kool-Aid hair dye is a great way to test out colors at home without making a dramatic change or spending a lot of money.

The lighter your hair is, the more dramatic your Kool-Aid hair color will look. So those with blonde or bleached hair can expect a much more drastic look than those with darker hair. However people with darker hair can still get a nice tint.

Here’s how it’s done:

  1. Put on rubber or latex gloves to protect skin from being stained
  2. Select your UNSWEETENED Kool-Aid flavor
  3. Fruit punch give hair a red tint
  4. A blue raspberry a grape combination give hair a violet look
  5. How much do you need (if you have very thick hair you will need a few more packets):
  6. For very short hair (think a couple inches above the shoulder) three packets should give you a good color
  7. Medium length (around your shoulder) six packets should do the trick
  8. Long hair (A couple inches below your shoulders) should probably use nine or more packets to get a good color.
  9. Pour your packets into a bowl and then add a few drops of water and a little bit of your favorite conditioner. You should only add enough water and conditioner to make the mixture into a paste.
  10. Mix everything together until it is a smooth paste (think like toothpaste without lumps or bubbles)
  11. Cover hair in paste, working the Kool-Aid evenly through your hair.
  12. Try to stay away from the scalp and forehead, however if you make a mistake, you can rub your skin with a warm cloth or petroleum jelly to lighten mistakes
  13. Cover you head in plastic wrap or a plastic shower cap and sleep in your Kool-Aid paste.
  14. Shampoo and condition normally to remove your Kool-Aid then style as usual.

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