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DIY Ideas with Kool-Aid
Things You Will Need
- 1 packet of unsweetened Kool-Aid powder
- small clean empty container
Kool-Aid Lip Gloss
The first step is to warm up the Vaseline for 30 seconds to soften it. After it’s warmed up and not melted, stir slightly and add a spoon of powdered Kool-Aid (any flavor of your choice), I chose cherry. Stir in the Kool-Aid powder and then you’re ready to try your lip gloss. You should store your lip gloss in a small clean container that you will be able to carry in your purse. Some container ideas are an empty Altoids tin box, Carmax container, or even a makeup container.
Ummm…This is a DIY I don’t think I’ll try again. It smells great but try not to lick your lips it’s pretty sour. I thought warming up the Vaseline would break down the crystals from the powdered Kool-Aid, but I was wrong. The Kool-Aid lip gloss left my lips feeling gritty. Maybe I didn’t have the Vaseline warm up enough. Plus after awhile it made my lips start to tingle, so I wiped it off. The lip gloss also didn’t have a color tint to it. So with that being said this was a FAIL!
Things You Will Need
- 1 or 2 packs of unsweetened Kool-Aid packet(s)
- measuring cup
- large cup or bowl
- old t-shirt
Kool-Aid Hair Dye
Before starting this DIY you might want to put on an old t-shirt you don’t mind getting messy. Step one; take a cup of water and boil it on the stove. After the water comes to a boil add the rest of the packet of powered Kool-Aid, from the lip gloss DIY, and stir. Depending on how thick your hair is you make need up to 2 packets. After stirring the Kool-Aid place the mixture into a bowl or a cup. The next step is to dye your hair. Section your hair or put your hair in a ponytail, and place the ends in the Kool-Aid and water mixture for 10-20 minutes. When time is up towel try your hair and then you’re done!
This DIY really worked! My hair is very dark so I had my doubts. I soaked my hair in the Kool-Aid for 20 minutes, and it gave my hair a slight red tint. If you have dark hair you make have to do this a couple of times for the color to show up really well. My hair has smelled like cherry Kool-Aid all day. Another positive thing about this Kool-Aid hair dye is it’s not permanent. This DIY gets a big thumb up. It was fun and easy and I would definitely try it again.
If you've tried these DIYs tell me how it worked for you. And for those who haven't good luck and have fun, and come back and tell me your feedback.