Possibility of making temporary hair colouring? Answered
I've always wanted to dye my hair grey but didn't want to go through the hassle and the possible hair damage of bleaching. I came across someone selling chalk sticks for temporary hair colouring and was wondering if a cheaper, liquid version could be made to cover all the hair instead of a small part.
My initial idea was to use calcium carbonate and grey food colouring with maybe a little bit of talcum powder which will then be mixed with some water so it can be applied easier.
These are the ingredients in the colouring I want to use:
glycerol, propylene glycol, silicon dioxide, titanium dioxide, vegetable carbon
Is there anything here I should be concerned about?
As I'm going for a grey colour I was also looking at using a small amount of activated charcoal or some other skin safe fine black powder.
Is this the best way or are there better alternatives?
Advice will be appreciated.
Thanks for reading.