Internet Loses It Over Stylist Dying Woman's Hair With Nutella

In case you're unaware, Nutella is a magical product.

It can be used as a toast topper, a sandwich filler, a chocolate dip or a snack on a spoon... but I bet you didn't know the gooey chocolate treat could also be used on your hair.

It sounds crazy, I know, but slopping a heap of Nutella onto your head and combing it through your locks can actually dye your hair brown.

According to Daily Mail, a hair stylist at a salon in Dubai tried the Nutella trick on a blonde customer and documented the entire excursion.

Needless to say, the Nutella worked, and her hair went from a yellowish blonde to a light chestnut brown.

Pretty awesome, right?

The video above was originally posted onto the salon's Instagram page and reposted by beauty blogger Huda Kattan.

The shocking clips show the stylist using a combination of Nutella and condensed milk to soak the blonde woman's hair. Then, he applies foil to the strands and waits for the chocolate to set in.


The video then cuts to the previously blonde woman sitting in the salon chair while the stylist combs and cuts her new brunette hairdo.


It's obvious the customer and the stylist are happy with the results, because they're featured at the end of the footage giving a thumbs up to the camera.


I'd be happy, too, if I were her. Heck, I know for sure I'd rather dowse my hair in chocolate instead of chemicals.

Check out the side-by-side results. It's pretty damn impressive:


This only proves again that Nutella is a mystical product that's changing our lives from everywhere from the kitchen to the salon.

However, there are skeptics on the internet who aren't as impressed with the Nutella hair dye as we are.

People who have commented on the original Instagram video are seemingly angry at the way Nutella was wasted at the salon.

One person commented and said "What a f*cking waste of Nutella," and "Hell no!!! What the hell that is meant for eating!"

Calm down, folks. There's enough Nutella to go around — even if people choose to dye their hair with it instead of eat it.

Citations: Daily Mail