L’Oreal Liquid Hair Chalk:Very Violet (Kids Edition)


Debra Bazile

Debra is a natural hair blogger who loves traveling, eating cupcakes, and all things makeup.She is in the pursuit of turning her love for blogging into a full time career. She wants everyone to know that they are gorgeous and can have beautiful natural hair on a budget.



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I think its cool how my niece believes that I can do anything. She always has an over the top hairstyle in mind on wash day. Tay knows that her super fly auntie (her words not mine) will adhere to her request. Now don’t get it twisted, I may not give her exactly what she wants all the time, but she knows that I’ll try. And whatever creativity comes out of the mix, it will be cute for sure. I guess that’s why she trusted me when I asked if we could use the L’Oreal Liquid Hair Chalk.

The Style

For this style, I flat twisted Tay’s hair upward. I swept a few two strand twist to the right in the front, just to give her a little hair swing action. I mean honestly, what kid doesn’t like to whip their hair back and forth like Willow Smith?

To top off the style I added the L’Oreal Liquid Hair Chalk in the color Very Violet. Applying the color was seamless. I would strongly advise using gloves during the application process. Another good tip would be to apply the product directly to the hair so that you don’t waste any of it. The violet color gave this style a kiddie punk rock look. Tay loved it and wanted to use more colors to create a unicorn look. (insert side eye) I added some “Wakanda” beads a.k.a gold jewels to the mix to highlight the color accents on the twist.

This look did not take long to do. Tay rocked out with this hairstyle for about two weeks. The color lasted for about a week which wasn’t too bad considering that it was only temporary. The style came out really cute, but don’t take my word for it girl…watch the video.

Peace,Love, and Curls

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