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How many heads can you spray (paint) with 3.5 ounces of hair paint?

8 years 10 months ago #167407 by Kayla
An alternative to using aerosol hair sprays is to make hair coloring mousse. Just mix a couple drops of food coloring into hair mousse and voila! I use this on my kids for temporary hair color all the time and will be using it for our carnival this year. (It's cheaper too!)
16 years 10 months ago #131085 by Grant's Mom
I stumbled upon this web as I plan a Spring Fling (I usually do the auction so this is new territory) You have all been most helpful, expecially the estimates and web sites.
16 years 10 months ago #130996 by Debbieomi
LOL, I love this since I just purchased three cans last night.
We have just begun a district wide back to school bash this past August. I happened to have two cans of blue spray that I was saving to do my and my son's hair for Homecoming. I grabbed it at the last minute and it was HUGE!
I didn't spray entire heads, only a few stripes or the top of a flat top, etc. I'm thinking I did about 30 heads with those two cans.
This August, I'm setting up an area just for this and I'm going to stockpile 20 cans or so. Since we do this Bash just before our first home football game, I'm sticking to using only Blue...our school color.
I'm buying it at local dollar stores, so it may take me all summer to come up with 20 cans of only blue. :)
16 years 10 months ago #130987 by AledoBearcatMom
the paint is washable, it wont hurt clothing.

go buy a can of 3.5 oz from walmart or other place and count how many you can get from it. that being said you can go LIGHT or HEAVY on use. so really depends on how you "train" your booth workers to apply it. when you runs out, shut the booth down.
16 years 10 months ago #130963 by Menlo Tigers
We just ordered from windy city novelties and were very pleased.

www.windycitynovelties.com/
16 years 10 months ago #130934 by ldhunter
Oh my gosh!! Thanks for telling me this! I will check around locally. Thanks again!
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