Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk

Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk(Source: ImaxTree)We already told you rainbow strands were a major hair trend, and it seems like the colorful hair look is here to stay. With big names such as Lena Dunham and Nicole Richie still rocking brilliant hues, it's not too late to get in on the action. 

Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk(Source: Instagram)But it's not just celebs who are embracing the fun color trend. Many major runways showcased popping hair as well. Some of our favorites included Maxime Simoens, who gave models colorful roots, and Manish Arora, who added a kiss of pastel to models' braids and parts.

Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk(Source: ImaxTree)With Halloween around the corner, there's no better time to experiment with the colorful trend. Check out three of the easiest ways to spice up your strands without making a huge color commitment. 

Fudge Urban Colour Hair Chalk, $10, at fudgeurban.com
Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk(Source: Fudge Urban)This color pod is super simple to apply and leaves a bold color payoff. Plus, it rinses out after one wash, so if you're not pleased with your first attempt, try, try again!

Bumble and Bumble Spraychalk, $19, at bumbleandbumble.com
Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk(Source: Bumble and Bumble)Simply spray on this cool color for an instant hair switch-up. Stick to one strand or small wisps for a unique look. And again, with a one-wash lifespan, it's easy to play around with different hues.

Redken Color Rebel Hair Makeup, $25, at amazon.com and select salons
Hair Trend to Try for Halloween: Hair Chalk
(Source: Redken)Unlike many other hair color systems, Redken's Color Rebel has a bit more staying power. With a two-wash lifespan, this stick applicator system dries fast and won't brush off on clothes.
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