The story about tweens wanting to color their hair in rainbow shades, and the story about "smooth" wine. Conversely, the movie about a mother and child imprisoned by a sexual predator was revolting.
The narrator's voice is pleasant without interfering in the reportage.
It could be. It is short.
Kool-Aid, as any fiber artist knows, is almost a permanent color. Any parent considering its use on his/her tween's hair should be forewarned. It will not wash out, though it might fade slightly. I use Kool-Aid (which contains citric acid as a mordant) or Wilton's food colouring plus white vinegar when dying sheep's wool - it works a treat!
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