Emily, 11 years old wrote:

Here is instructions on a couple of ways to create cool dyed hair using inexpensive products:

KOOLAID Edition:
Things You’ll Need:
Petroleum jelly
Hair-dye application brush
Shower cap

1)Apply petroleum jelly to the areas of face near your hairline. This creates a barrier so the dye does not drip and dye your face.

2)Mix three packages of unsweetened Kool-Aid or a box of Jell-O into a bowl with a couple drops of water. Sweetened Kool-Aid or Jell-O results in sticky hair. Add a couple drops of conditioner to the mixture, and stir it together. The mixture should be more of a paste than a liquid. Use a Kool-Aid or Jell-O flavor that matches the desired color of hair. For example, “Lime” flavored Kool-Aid or Jell-O tends to be green, dyeing the hair green, “Cherry” flavored Kool-Aid or Jell-O tends to be red, dyeing the hair red, and “Grape” flavored Kool-Aid or Jell-O tends to be purple, dyeing the hair purple.

3)Use a hair dyeing application brush to work the dye onto the hair. Put a shower cap over your head and leave the mixture on the hair overnight. Remove the shower cap, shampoo and condition your hair and let it dry.

The picture above is Lauren Conrad and her sporting a dip-dye Kool-Aid pony! Try dip dying your pony in rainbow or your favorite color!

So cool! Thanks Emily!
What flavor Kool-Aid would you use to dye you hair?
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