Fashion Gone Rogue has put together another stunning editorial, with color being the focal point of the story. Though models have paint brush strokes in their hair and on their face, we love the use of bold hues as accents around the hairline. This look would be a great one to replicate with the use of hair chalk. Click through for more images from the editorial, and style notes on how to chalk your hair the perfect way each time.
Step: Make a dash to your nearest craft store and pick up some pastel chalks.
Step: If you have bleached blonde hair, adding water before chalking can create more permanence to the dye. This rinses out after a few washes, but if you only want the color for a day or night, don’t use water. Conversely, if your hair is dark, you will need to apply water to strands before chalking in order to get the color to show up.
Step: Twist hair as your chalk to help the pigment release. Be sure to brush off any excess powder.
Step: To recreate the look above, sweep your hair back into a pony or bun and apply color to your hairline and/or bangs. There is no right or wrong way to do this, so get creative!
Step: Chalking does dry out hair. Use hair repair masque weekly to restore moisture, luster, and shine.