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How To Use Pastels For Temporary Hair Colour by VioletLeBeaux How To Use Pastels For Temporary Hair Colour by VioletLeBeaux
Yay the first in the next batch of tutorials! It's a little late because I'm been kind of swamped this week :/

Video version of this tutorial: [link]
Blog post with more details and information: [link]

Hope you enjoy the tutorial and thanks again!

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Waa thank you so much for the Daily Deviation!! I will add an FAQ here soon to cover a lot of the questions which are being repeated in the comments. My inbox is going crazy so I will reply to everyone asap! Thank you again!
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Given 2013-05-04
[Stock and Resources] Suggester says, "I love VioletLeBeaux's hair styling tutorials. Aside from the sweet and unique hair styles she presents, her way of explaining the steps is so clear and humorous. Who knew that you could use chalk pastels to give temporary color to your hair?" How To Use Pastels For Temporary Hair Colour by ~VioletLeBeaux ( Suggested by spring-sky and Featured by PirateLotus-Stock )
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CatherinEclipse Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
i'm suprised that work with artist pastels lol i have hair chalk at home,would that work too ? apprently you need your hair a lil wet to get it to work but i fail at applying it lol
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VioletLeBeaux Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
Hair chalk would definitely work because that's what it is designed for ^_^ The application definitely takes some practice!
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CatherinEclipse Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
hehe yeah xD my hair got frizzy when i first used it lol so i'll try your technique ^w^
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The-Raven-Soul Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
Wow! It's actually that easy! :iconmeawplz: Thank you very much for this!
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VioletLeBeaux Featured By Owner Sep 8, 2014
Anytime and good luck if you try it!
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nightwing6497 Featured By Owner Sep 9, 2013
I tried it on my hair which is dark brown and it didn't really work. You could barely barely see any purple :(
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Ailyric Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Maybe the pastels werenīt opaque enough. If they were opaque they should cover your hair.
Though it could also have to do with your hair oils or styling products. Was it clean and without anything on? If you already have something on it then itīll be harder for the pastel to have a surface to stick on.
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Eyecelphil Featured By Owner Aug 1, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Such a happy tutorial! Thanks!
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Gwenhwyfar-MoonStar Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013  Professional Artist
Thank you so much for this! I have to bleach my hair for a cosplay and since I try to not dye my hair too often this will be a nice way to add my funky colours back in until after the convention!
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Awesomesaucical Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
I love your expression on number 3!
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