Hey friends ;)
Aside from my modelling work (like here), I seldom talk about any hair or beauty here or on YouTube, but I'm actually a big fan of switching up my hair especially as it grows. And a few months back my buddy Gift brought me some green food colouring powder to dye my hair with- I won't lie, it took me a while to gather up some courage but finally I did it last week!
It just so happened that I decided to try it out the week before Holi Festival and St. Paddy's Day, but hey, why not roll with it ;)
Check out some shop links to everything I used to get to the look and enjoy the video below!
#NEWVIDEOALERT: how I achieved my green hair with food colouring. No lie! 👽🍀🎨 Just in time for #Holi and #StPatricksDay too! (((Link in my bio, remember to like and subscribe to my channel!))) - - - - - - #greenHair #greenAfro #dyedhair #colouredTWA #curlyGirls #thecutlife #4cgirls #beautyVloggers #twitter #HairVloggers #AfricanBeauty #AfricanModels
The best thing about this for me is that it's gentle enough to not further bash my twice-bleached hair and it's semi-permanent so I can just wash vigorously when I'm over it and be a blondie again :)
Peep the video below and let me know what you think. Are you a fan of different hair colours?