Sunday, February 2, 2014

CHA Mega Show 2014: Tulip Hair Chalks by iLoveToCreate


This year the "I Love To Create" booth had a great display of their Tulip Brand body art products which included some fun hair chalks.  The Tulip Hair Chalk is really easy to apply and washes right off.  It can be used to create streaks or just to color the tips of your hair. Celery Jones (C.C.) was on hand to demonstrate both the hair chalks and the body art products.

She showed me how the hair chalks are perfect to use to accent your hair for cosplay, costuming and other special events.

The new applicator design makes it really easy to use the product on many different types of hair.

CC demonstrated for me how she justs puts the hair through the container
and presses down while sliding it down her dry hair.

The colors are vibrant enough to show up on a variety of hair colors, including blonde hair, red hair and black hair.  How bright the color appears, depends on how you apply it and your hair color.  They also work well on different types of hair (from curly to straight).  I found the color stays put better if I sprayed my hair after I chalked it with these cool chalks.
Pattie Wilkinson and Kathy Cano-Murillo.
The Tulip Hair Chalks come in pink, red, blue, and purple.  They can be used on dry or wet hair, however, if you have blonde or red hair then using the chalks wet could stain your hair and not wash
Pattie Wilkinson sporting the pink chalk.
out easily.  It is pretty easy to create a tie dye look on your hair just by applying it in various colors all over your hair.
Kathy Cano-Murrillo sporting the bright red color.
One of the things that I like about the Tulip Hair Chalks is that they are non-toxic and safe for the hair. They are easier to use than artist chalks.  With artist chalk, you must wet the hair and run the chalk down the front and back of the hair strand, then you should heat set it so it lasts longer.  It can get messy.  I found that these hair chalks are easier to use with less mess.  And since I am a parent,  I like knowing what the ingredients are in any product I let me kids use.

By the way, CC also handpainted the cool mannequin below with products from the Tulip Body Art Line.

Handpainted Mannequin by Artist Celery Jones









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