Pastel hair is super trendy right now, but it also seems like a pretty big commitment to streak your hair with crazy colors — that is unless you're doing it with hair chalk. Hair chalk is an awesomely easy and inexpensive way to throw some fun color in your hair, and the cherry on top is that it's totally temporary. The hair chalk pen is perfect for festival season and adding a little more personality to your summer style.
Whether you're after a quick colour injection for a festival or party, or you just want to try before you buy with a bright hair colour, there's so many fun hair chalk ideas to trial. Not only are they SO MUCH FUN to play around with, but they wash right out so you can go back to your usual colour again (or, you know, try out another colour the next day if you're that way inclined). Except for pens, hair chalk comb is a more convenient and effect tool for hair chalking.
From crazy rainbow braids to subtler touches of colour, bring out your inner artist with these uh-mazing hair chalk ideas.
Make your hair your canvas with these illuminating hair chalk ideas. Thanks to hair chalk you can actually live out your colourful hair dreams.
Acrylic paint set is a versatile and vibrant medium with which you can create paintings of any style. If you've never used acrylic paint before, it might seem like an intimidating medium to master. Supplies are minimal and the method is quite easy when you break it down. Let's explore the wonderful world of acrylic painting so you can get started creating your own art.
Acrylic paint comes in a dizzying array of colors and textures. Which kind is right for you? In general, you'll find two different types of acrylic paint. One is fluid, which is thinner and will drip out of the tube. The other is heavy body or high viscosity, which is more like the texture and thickness of soft of butter. One is not better than the other; it simply depends on what type of look you are going for. If you ultimately want to move on to thick, Van Gogh-style creations, go with the heavy body style. If you want to create fluid, dreamy landscapes, try out the fluid kind.
In terms of colors, for a beginner, it's good to start out basic with tubes of red, blue, yellow, black, and white paint. Between these colors, you can mix any color, from skin tones to nature scenes. Not only is choosing minimal colors the most cost-effective way to get started with acrylic paint, but it will help you learn how to mix colors so that you can attain your desired hue and can understand the role that each color plays in mixtures.