Pastel pink hair is the stuff of unicorn dreams (seriously, three Marie Claire staffers have sported the style in recent months!), and using a temporary hair chalk is the perfect color-commitment-phobe's best-kept secret. But how do you get that chalk out when say, your music festival fun is done and you're ready to go back to work now? We show you exactly how to de-pinkify yourself, plus how to RX the drying effect that hair chalks can have. The secret? Using paraben-free products rich in Amla Oil Extract, a Super Fruit, can help repair damage. Start with a healthy base of Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Shampoo and then create a conditioner cocktail (we like Garnier Fructis Damage Eraser Conditioner + Garnier Liquid Strength Treatment with Protein) to give your hair a healthy and hydrating boost. You'll be as ready for Monday morning as you'll ever be.

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