The unsweetened Kool Aid is a cheap, temporary hair dye that is easy to apply. It does not peel off like a spray in hair applications and makes the hair smell like sweets. Darker hair tends to be more colored than dyed, while blondes are more vibrant in color. Depending on the color and stiffness, the red heads with Kool Aid paint can get either a shade or a true color.
This is one of the easiest colors you can use and it appears on almost any type of hair. To make it brighter, electric blue, try adding a little grape to the mixture,
Purple hair was a must in my high school and our answer was Grape Kool Aid. Like Blue Raspberry, it works well in almost any hair color. There is a real purple to light blond color and more than a shade to the bars.
Fruit Punch gives the blonde a reddish-pink color. Brownies have a reddish hue. Red-eyed martyrs do not have much color change.
The lime can be light colored, so you may need to double the amount of Kool Aid in the pigment mixture. To make the green darker, add a little blue raspberry. The darker the paint, the less it will appear on the bandages. Depending on the depth of their natural red, the red heads can also give a muddy color.
Black cherry and cherry
These colors are a little discernible in the hair. Both offer a bright red color that can be seen even in the deep redhead. For a very intense shade, double the packages.
To avoid colors
There are many colors that do not work well on any color hair. Lemonade, pink lemonade and invisible fragrances do not have enough dye to really affect hair color. Although pink lemonade can be added to change the purple hue.