Kool-Aid Day 2018 is on Thursday, August 9, 2018: Aid Day - How much kool aid do democrats have in a day?
Thursday, August 9, 2018 is Kool-Aid Day 2018. It's Day One Of Kool Aid Days 2011! « Life in the Lost World It's Day One Of Kool Aid Days
Democrats aren't the Kool Aid drinkers; Republicans are:
The Republican War on Women produced 1,100 bills against women in 2011. They’re on track to top that in 2012.
Republicans Vote to Raise Taxes on 160 Million Working Families by $1,500 a Year
Republicans say no to help for small businesses
Republicans kill jobs bill
Republican governors are hard at work laying off people
Republicans say no to teachers, firefighters and police, & no to closing tax loopholes that help send our jobs overseas
Republicans block Wall Street financial reform bill
Republicans say no to making college more affordable
Republicans block campaign transparency disclosure act
Republicans kill fair pay for women bill
Obama supporters: What is the Kool-Aid flavor of the day?
The flavor of the day is.............
SCOTTS GRAPES of WRATH
Coming to you soon ( Monday )
Read it and weep
coloring the hair with Kool-Aid?
Kool Aid is a terrible idea. It never works, unless you have super light, porous hair, and even then it doesn't stay for very long, never more that a few days.
Nothing will lighten your hair without peroxide, which means that nothing you can find in your pantry will make your dark brown hair light brown.
If you want red streaks, you will probably need to bleach the streaks first, depending on how dark your hair is and what look you are going for. If you use a non-permanent red dye over your dark brown hair, you will have streaks that are still dark but have a red sheen to them. It can be very pretty, but if you are going for something a little more noticeable, buy a bleach kit and CAREFULLY separate the parts you want red. Bleach them down then cover with a non-permanent dye. I use manic panic and special effects, they are available at beauty supply stores, online, and at retail stores like Hot Topic. You could also try a box of permanent red dye from the drugstore and again, carefully separate the parts you want red. I wouldn't personally use that way because those colors are never true to the box and you never really know what color you are going to get in combination with your natural color and texture, but not everyone has access to a beauty supply store or money for a salon.
Also, if you are going for small streaks, I highly recommend either buying a highlighting kit with a cap or going to a beauty supply store and buying the cap itself-they are pretty cheap.