Here’s a hair hack we just discovered: you can dye your hair with crepe paper! It sounds crazy, but apparently, people have been doing it for a while now and it actually works. You’ll only need crepe paper, warm water, a bowl, and gloves.


Instructions say to cut the folded crepe paper into strips and then soak them in hot water. Wrap sections of your hair with the wet strips—and take them out after 30-40 minutes. Wash your newly-colored hair with conditioner. This dye job will cost about P20, while the color will last about 7-10 days, depending on how you take care of your mane.

We first spotted the hack on Facebook and upon research, several bloggers have filmed videos to demonstrate and explain the process. Pinay YouTube beauty blogger, RealAsianBeauty, shares how she dyed the lower half of her hair green, and her hair extensions other colors:

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Here's another video:

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Are you willing to try this hair hack?

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This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.

*Minor edits have been made by FemaleNetwork.com editors.

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