ATLANTA -- Madison and Paige have both had bad experiences coloring their hair.
Paige tried using the spray dye once. "It didn't come out very well," she says.
Madison, meanwhile, tried coloring her hair with Kool-Aid. "It stayed in for really long," she says.
Both girls are eager to try Hot Huez, a temporary hair chalk that glides on.
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Madison decided to color her hair purple and blue, while Paige chooses pink and green.
Madison puts Paige's hair in the Hot Huez applicator with the sponge part on the bottom and the chalk side on top. She closes the hair in the product, slides it down and seals it with hairspray.
"I like it!" Paige says as she admires her new pink and green hair.
The only issue is that the chalk is messy and comes off everywhere. It's a bit different than Madison expected.
"It's more chalky," she says. "You can even see some of the pieces of chalk flying off."
After trying Hot Huez, it's important to see if it washes out. Water helps it come out; shampoo helps even more, but a little color stays in Paige's hair.
Overall, the girls like the way their hair looks, but agree that the product has some major issues.
"I don't like how it got all over your hands and comes out really easily," Paige says.
"It was good, but it didn't show up as well as I thought it would," Madison adds.
They give the Hot Huez one thumb up and one thumb down.