Interested in learning the basics of dyeing cotton and other cellulose fibers? Join Kristen Vejar as she shows you how to prepare cotton for dyeing and how to create a dye bath, sharing expert tips along the way. With this method, you can dye a single pair of socks or a whole pot for friends.
Food coloring will work great as an acidic dye, but these well really only work well on protein fibers- those that have been derived from animals, like wool and angora. If you have a plant-based (cellulose) fiber like cotton, linen or rayon; then your best bet is to use a fiber reactive dye, like those found in tie dye kits.
Nutra Luxe MD Retro Brow - Prime & Extend Duo All in one pigmented primer that acts as a holding base, when fused with cellulose fibers, amplifies the appearances of your natural eyebrows. Get thicker, fuller-looking brows that stay put. Directions: Apply primer to brows and follows with fibers on primed area. Finish with another coat of primer to lock in fibers. (Med-Dark color) Never used or opened. Nutra Luxe, MD Makeup