Do Hair Tattoos Really Work? | Fab or Fail | Cute Girls Hairstyles

Do Hair Tattoos Really Work? | Fab or Fail | Cute Girls Hairstyles

(upbeat music) – Hey guys, it’s Mindy
from Cute Girls Hairstyles. Kamry is here with me today, – Hey guys. – And we’re going to show you guys something a little different today. We are going to do a CGH Fab or Fail with a hair product, the
hair tattoos, specifically, that we’ve been hearing so much about. Now, you may have also noticed these, Kamry’s new braces, yay! And we will be showing you what happened when she put them on and how that went in our Behind the Braids video next week. Now you can find our other
Behind the Braids videos by clicking the information right here or clicking the description box link below if you haven’t seen them already, so be sure to subscribe to our channel, and let’s get onto the hair tattoos. Okay, Kylie Jenner wore
some of these hair tattoos in her hair a few months
ago, and ever since then I’ve been wondering if they work, and can you get them out
after you put them in? So we’re gonna try it today. Kamry hasn’t done these
in her hair at all before, so this is gonna be new for all of us. Now, my sheet that I bought on Amazon, they were a few dollars, and
they are called hair tattoos. There was five of ’em in a pack, so you can see the four, five sheets. We’re gonna pick out a
hair tattoo and cut one. So you want this one, maybe, Kam? – Yeah. – So we have the one we picked
out, we have it cut out, and I’m just gonna place it
kind of right here in her hair, and then if she tucks this behind her ear, I think it will just look really pretty. So the first thing I said was
to use some hairspray or some spray gel to kind of make
the area a little bit sticky. This is Spray Wax I’m using right here. We’re just gonna kinda put
that in her hair a little bit, smooth it down, we want
her hair kinda smooth. Now I’m gonna peel the
plastic off the front of the actual tattoo, like this, and just set it where
I want it in her hair. So maybe right here, down to there. Now it says to take some water. This is just kind of like a flash tattoo, and wet the tattoo down. There we go, and then use a washcloth to kind of hold it and
count for like 20 seconds and wait for the tattoo to adhere. Or not adhere, depending
on if it works, right? Right Kam? – Yup. (upbeat music) I hope this comes out. What if I just have this tattoo in my hair for the rest of my life? – And then the hair is like moving around and you have little
bits of tattoo all over. So we’re just wetting, pressing, holding, 10 to 20 seconds, it said,
and then we’re going to check it and see if it worked. Ooh, Kamzy. Look, it worked, that was easy. Okay, so we now have
determined that the tattoo can actually go on and look really pretty. It’s not really sticky. It kind of feels like
a sticker in her hair. It’s like, I think it
would come out easy ’cause it would just peel off almost. But then the directions
on the packaging said you can also take a little
bit more hairspray or wax and just spray it over
the top to help just secure the tattoo in place,
and you’re good to go. So here’s the finished application look. (upbeat music) On the paper it says for tattoo removal, just pass a comb with dense teeth gently through the hair, or rub off the tattoo. So first we’re gonna try
a comb with tight teeth, which, that didn’t sound
like it was gonna work to me, but maybe, so, oh yeah, it is
kinda pulling it off actually. Gently. Is that hurting you? – No. – [Mindy] Okay, it’s
just sort of collecting. – Sounds weird though. – It’s just sort of
peeling the sticker off of her hair and into the comb, actually. I didn’t really think this
would work, to be honest. So let’s try rubbing. Let’s see if we can, if rubbing would work. I don’t think rubbing is
going to work very well. I’m trying to rub, and
it’s not really doing, well, there, I got some,
but it’s pretty stuck. I mean it’s pretty stuck
to the hair like a sticker. I think that one’s gonna
hurt more, to be honest. So I don’t know, I wanted
to try this way too. Just taking that same damp
cloth that we used before and rubbing, and see if that did anything or if it just adhered
even more to the hair. I mean, again, it is
slowly rubbing it off, but I actually think the
comb was the easiest one. So there you go, let me try that again. (upbeat music) Okay guys, here’s my quick
recap on the hair tattoos. I was pleasantly
surprised that it was both easy to put them in and
easy to take them out. So I’m doing a double fab thumbs up. But leave a comment below telling me if you think they’re fab or a fail, and don’t forget you can find
the link in the description box below if you want the
link to the ones I bought. I’ll put it down there,
and you can find more of the CGH videos in the
information box up here, plus the Behind the Braids videos, and we’ll see you guys next Sunday. – See you. (upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Do Hair Tattoos Really Work? | Fab or Fail | Cute Girls Hairstyles

  1. Honestly, I just wish that they were a bit longer, so that people with long hair will be able to have it all through out there hair. (Note: I have not bought this product so I do not know if they make longer ones, if they do, good! If not, they really should.)

  2. We did one tonight for a concert my daughter was going to, and she loved it. I loved how easy it was to put in.


  4. 👍🏻 Fab! I won't definitely do that to my hair. Thanks Mindy for making theses videos so I'm not scared to try some of these product. Thanks you so much. I love your channel❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ You have such beautiful children and you are soo pretty! My name is Sarah and I live in a family of 13. I have 10 siblings. Thanks you soo much for inspiring me to do more with my hair. ~ Sarah patches age 12

  5. Could you guys try Kool aid temporary hair dye!! Maybe on Kamri and Paisley cause Kamri has lighter hair and Paisley has darker hair. I've heard that the cherry flavor works on dark hair and maybe grape on lighter? Love you guys!

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