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Question Posted Tuesday June 28 2005, 1:06 pm

When you dye your hair with kool aid, how long does the color stay in for??

and do you do it?

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iloveyouh4everbaby answered Friday August 12 2011, 8:31 am:
Here's how I dye my hair with koolaid

Things you will need: little bowl, 5-10 packs of unsweetened koolaid, conditioner, tin foil, a comb and something to spread the mixture with (I use a plastic knive).

1. Take 5 to 10 packs of unsweetened koolaid and put them in a bowl.
2. Put a nickle sized dot of conditioner in the cup.
3. Mix it until it has a mayo consistancy.
4. Rip a piece of tin foil off and place it under the piece of hair you want to dye.
5. Take the knive (or whatever you're gunna use) and spread the mixture onto your hair.
4. Make sure all the hair is on the tin foil. Squeeze it so that the hair doesn't fall out of the foil.

The time varies depending on your hair color.
Blonde - 6 hours
Red - 7 1/2 to 8 hours
Brown - 8 hours
Black - 9 hours
I suggest you do this before you go to bed so that when you wake up it would be done.

5. Remove the foil.
6. Hop in the shower for about 2 or 3 minutes to get all the extra koolaid/conditioner off.
7. Brush through your hair so none of it sticks together.


Just keep in mind that if you have black hair .. it's not going to be very bright. It would probally only give your hair a little bit of a color. It might be more noticable in good lighting. About the amount of time you should leave the color on .. the longer you leave it on the brighter the color will turn out. The times that I put are just recomended times. If you have brown or black hair and you want the color to be really noticable .. I recomend you go to a professional and get it bleached. (Only if you plan on dying your hair a lot with koolaid.)

I think that's everything. If you have any questions .. send me a message. ^^

Happy Dying. :D

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karenR answered Thursday June 30 2005, 2:06 am:
Geesh, I remember my daughter using jello. Her hands turned green so wear some kind of gloves. It will turn your face and neck and ears whatever color too. I think she just put enough water in it to make it go on and then just sort of washed her hair with it.

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BBALLGURL67 answered Wednesday June 29 2005, 8:50 pm:
thats wierd dont do it....just use a hair die that washes out in like 5 washes or sumthin...i kno theres a product out there like that cuz my friend did it..but dont use kool-aid...thats just wierd

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SouthernGirl323 answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 6:49 pm:
a group of friends dyed their hair with koolaid last summer. i think you just mix it normally in the sink, then put your hair in the mixture. it will stay in a few days...or a few washes, depending on how often you wash your hair.

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ThugGirl041790 answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 4:02 pm:
i think it only stays in until you wash your hair.. ♥ Dez

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mushoku answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 1:50 pm:
Not long, and by soaking your hair in it for a long while (couple hours maybe, not days).

It works better on lighter hair, so you may have to lighten your hair first. And the lenth of time depends primarily on the head of hair... so if you try it, you'll find out. Some hair holds color better than others.

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23xoTinkerBelleox32 answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 1:42 pm:
u can dye your hair with kool-aid?? cool!!! i'd assume u just pour the mixture over your head.. i guess... haha...

x0Xo... not sure i helped... sry... Amber

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kandy15 answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 1:41 pm:
i hope you havent already dyed your hair. not only does it stay if you have realy light hair it damages your hair.
hope i helped,

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mystical_breeze answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 1:34 pm:
Um I don't think Kool Aid would stay in your hair for a long time...I suggest just buying colored hair spray you can just buy at Brooke's or another small shop. I got blue hair spray once from a small shop and it looked really good. Ask one of the people who work there if they think it is good quality.

Hope I helped,
mystical_breeze (Alexa)

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Taylor02 answered Tuesday June 28 2005, 1:17 pm:
You can dye your hair with kool-aid?! lol

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