Fiona Simkiss

Fiona Simkiss

Manchester UK / Single mother to 3 beautiful children. Supporter of breastfeeding. Lice buster. Lover of shopping, tea, wine, and fun. Tweets a lot about all sorts of things.
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dying your dark brown hair with kool aid

fun Koolaid dyed hair (my mom helped me do this – we used Black Cherry and highlighted some strands in Tropical Punch)

dying your dark brown hair with kool aid

fun Koolaid dyed hair (my mom helped me do this – we used Black Cherry and highlighted some strands in Tropical Punch)

5. Temporarily Dye Your Hair With Kool-AidIn a glass bowl mix a packet of Kool-Aid with a teaspoon of corn starch and just enough water to make a paste. Apply the paste to clean, dry hair and let set for five minutes, rinse the paste out.

Temporarily Dye Your Hair With Kool-Aid! In a glass bowl mix a packet of Kool-Aid with a teaspoon of corn starch and just enough water to make a paste. Apply the paste to clean, dry hair and let set for five minutes, rinse the paste out.

Freshly dyed Kool Aid hair! Soaked hair in mixture of 1cup boiling water and 4 packets of cherry Kool aid. 40 min and some rinsing/blow drying/curls later...voila!

Soaked hair in mixture of boiling water and 4 packets of cherry Kool aid. 40 min and some rinsing/blow drying/curls later.

Hello! Ari here with #2 to my Hair Care Series. I know it has nothing to do with taking care of your hair, but it is a fun way to add a pop of color to your hai...

Ari here with to my Hair Care Series. I know it has nothing to do with taking care of your hair, but it is a fun way to add a pop of color to your hai.

A couple months ago I came upon a tutorial on The Artful Parent for

Did you ever think of using kool-aid as a dye? me neither. But it totally works. Here are some awesome examples: Kool-aid dye chart for fabr.