These coloring pages are perfect for those who want to practice coloring faces and hair! I created these coloring pages from a pictures that I colored on Facebook Live for you to download, print, and color for yourself. I hope that these coloring pages can help you learn how to shade in faces and all of their wonderful features. Coloring can be a very relaxing activity for not just children, but adults as well; it’s a great way to wind down at the end of the day, especially with some nice music turned on. wavyHair_featured

Coloring Pages for Kids- Hair and Face

Click here to download and print these free coloring pages: Wavy Hair Coloring Page Straight Hair Coloring Page   Learning to color faces can actually help your skill for drawing them as you learn how the facial shapes are created through the shapes that you shade. If you would like to watch a coloring tutorial for one of these pictures with Prismacolor Colored Pencils, check out the videos below: In part 1, I color the skin And in part 2, I color the hair
These coloring pages were made by me. To see more of my artwork, check out my Instagram. You can also watch Facebook Live videos of my drawing and coloring during weekdays on Quirky Momma. I hope you enjoy coloring!

How to Color a Face Part 1 Instructions

Hi everyone, it’s Natalie again and tonight I’m going to be coloring this picture of a face that I drew before this video. As always, I’ll be using Prismacolor colored pencils to color this. These are my favorite colored pencils, they blend really well with each other and I highly recommend them. If you want to see more of my work and more things I’ve done in the past, please check out my Instagram. The link to that is in the video’s description.  So, tonight I’m going to start with the eyes and I’m going to color the eyelashes with a Copic multiliners pen. This right here, of my other Copic multiliners, didn’t have the name on them because they wore off over time but this one has the name on it. This is a bit nicer than the other ones because this one is refillable but I’ll be using this to color in the eyelashes because [0:53] I can create a nice eyelash shape with the pen. It’s a lot easier to do with a colored pen than to do with a colored pen. So, my opinion [1:09] if you guys have questions, please feel free to ask them. [2:15]  Alexa yes, I drew this before I started the video. [3:16]  I’m also going to be using this black pen to color in the pupils because it’s just really easy to do with this pen. After I’m done with this, I’ll come in with some colored pencils and put down some color. [3:33]  Should I do green or brown eyes? What do you guys think? Let me know in the comments. [4:02]  Okay, it looks like I’m doing green eyes because a lot of you look really excited about green. But before I start doing the part that’s actually colored, I’m going to color the eyeball itself and to do that, I’ll be using white. [4:31]  I didn’t say it in this video yet, but this is tone gray paper by Strathmore. If you are wondering how you can get this paper, it’s at places like Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and even on Amazon, it’s really inexpensive and I think it’s a lot more fun than using traditional white paper. Because this, especially whenever used with colored pencils, really makes the color and the white pop. The natural gray background is really nice whenever paired with anything. Really sharpen these ahead of time, if you guys see my hands disappear for a moment, I’m just sharpening my pencils. [5:24]  I’m using a little touch of black to shade in the eyeball and then I’m going to use gray as well to help blend it. Because gray is halfway between [5:37] black and white. It helps create a smoother blend. [6:07]  Now here’s the green. I’m using apple green to color in the eyes, this is just one of the first greens I grabbed. I didn’t take too much time to decide on the green but I thought this one would look nice. Right now this is just a base coat of green. I’ll come in with some darker greens and some black to help shade it. [6:33]  Here’s olive green which is a bit darker than Apple green. [6:53]  Right, I’m adding just a touch of golden rod to give a little more color in the eyes, just a little touch of yellow. I don’t know if you guys can see it in the video, but it’s definitely there. Whenever you’re coloring eyes, like most colors that you can color, if you add a little touch of yellow to it or gold, you really enhance [7:14] the eye color because it just adds more variety to it. But [7:18] you don’t need to do that. It’s just something that [7:20] I do a lot of times. If you watch my other videos that I made here on Quirky Momma, you’ll see that I used yellow on those a lot. It really helped enhance the eye color. If you guys want  to go watch those, go to the videos tab on Quirky Momma, and scroll down to where it says drawing with Natalie, and watch the videos about the eyes.  Okay, now this is my favorite part of coloring eyes. It’s where I take white acrylic paint and I make a few little dots on the eyes in white as reflections. This really makes the eyes realistic and it gives depth. It’s just a lot of fun to paint because you’re using paint and even though it’s a little dot i really enjoy doing it, it’s that moment where the eyes come to life. The paint I’m using is just a generic craft store acrylic paint. I think this is the Hobby Lobby kind. They have cheaper kinds, this I have on my desk because I need to buy myself some more white paint, but just little dots really help make the eyes pop. [9:00]  Okay, now I’m going to begin on the skin and I use a variety of colors. [9:07] Get them all together right now.   [9:14]  I mostly use brown colors and also use black for some of the darkest points, and white as well, because white is used for the lightest. I’m going to start with a peach color because it’s very neutral and it’s a good base color because it’s not too light, but it’s not too dark either. [9:34]  So I guess it’s just [9:36] in the middle and then from this, you can decide to make it darker or lighter depending on your preference or whatever you have envisioned for a particular picture. All right, now I’m going to color it in the face with this, and then I’ll begin shading. So if you guys have questions, now’s a really good time because I can easily look up at the screen. Whenever I do fine details on the eyes it’s really difficult for me to read all of your questions, but I try to answer as many as I can. Unfortunately, they fly off the screen and whenever I look at the screen, sometimes they’re not there. So please feel free to ask. Alexa, for me to color one of these pictures it usually takes about an hour to an hour and a half. But larger paintings and drawings that I do can take hours on end. However, these short little drawings it’s usually an hour or an hour and a half. [10:46]  This is Strathmore toned gray paper. This is one of my favorite drawing papers to use, especially for Prismacolor pencils. [11:04]  Remember Prismacolors can be purchased at a craft store such as Hobby Lobby, Michaels, and you can get them on Amazon. If you buy them at Hobby Lobby and Michaels make sure you look at the online coupon that Michaels and Hobby Lobby always have to offer. Those can help you save a lot of money whenever purchasing these pencils. [11:20]  Because sometimes they can be expensive. [11:23] So the online coupons definitely help out with that. [11:39]  Catherine, I’ve been drawing since middle school and in fact last night I made a video about my progress as an artist and where I started drawing so if you want to look at that video, it’s from last night on this page. You can find where I went through a lot of my old sketchbooks and artwork, I just talked about it. Lizzie, I did color over the eyelashes because it would be really difficult to fit in the tip of the pencil between each lash. But that’s okay because I can always go back over it. [12:16]  Pam, I use Prismacolor colored pencils. [12:31]  Becca, if you’re interested in commissions or having custom artwork done for you, please send me a direct message on Instagram and I’ll get back with you about it. Or if you don’t have Instagram, please send a direct message to the Quirky Momma Facebook page and they will forward it to me and I can email you from there. [13:28]  Someone asked if I’m pressing hard or soft with the pencil. I’m not pressing too hard with it, but I am putting down a little bit of pressure. But really, it’s not that hard [13:39] of a push on it. The Prismacolor pencils, they work pretty well without having to put a lot of pressure on them. So I don’t really know how to give you a good estimate of pressure. But it’s not that much.  [14:46] Right now I’m adding some light umber to the base skin tone just to darken it a bit and adjust the skin color element. Each video that I do I’m going to try and make different skin colors. Just to show you guys how to shade it with colors because there’s so many possibilities that you could shade. So, right now I’m just making it a little darker with white umber because white umber is a good color to brush over another to help darken it slightly. [15:43]  To Christian, “advice for a kid who wants to learn about drawing people,” what I would recommend doing is to first of all, purchase a sketchbook or something that you can document all your progress in or keep all your artwork together. Hardcover sketchbooks are my favorite, they’re not too expensive, you can get them at craft stores [16:03] and places like Amazon [16:06] and then from there, I would recommend trying to draw faces to the best of your ability. From drawing faces look at what you can do best and what you could improve on.  Depending on what those are, like for example, say you have trouble drawing noses. Take a whole page of your sketchbook just to focus on drawing noses, and take another page just to draw eyes, and really finely tune all of the features. Just one thing I want you to remember, for young children, especially when trying to learn how to draw realistically. It does not necessarily equate to good art because there’s a lot of good artwork out there that isn’t realistic and that’s okay because that’s the beauty of art. You can make it anything you want. So if you can’t draw things perfectly in a realistic form, don’t worry about it. Focus on finding what you enjoy drawing and run with that. I know that a lot of people, they try and get caught up in drawing realistic faces and it doesn’t always work out for everyone and that’s okay. Find your own way and style of drawing, because that’s what’s really important. So just find an art style that’s really comfortable for you and go with that. [18:02]  Tammy, I’ve been drawing since middle school. [18:45]  Michael, if you’re interested in having work done for you in a commission, please send me a private message on Instagram, or message the Quirky Momma page and they will forward any messages to me. [20:04]  Janice, brown is definitely best to use for shading whenever you’re working with colors such as yellows, reds, and oranges, and other brown colors for skin tones. One thing that is a good tip whenever you’re shading things that are red, orange, yellow, for example, instead of using black or darker shades of red for shading, try to use browns because browns can help create a natural shade to them. Things won’t be as vibrant and bright, which is kind of nice if you’re trying to draw things that aren’t supposed to be so vibrant. So yeah, I would definitely experiment with shading things in brown, that’s one thing I always do. If I’m shading things of warm colors I use brown as a dark tone to shade instead of black. [21:54]  Bonnie, I’m still in high school right now. [22:10]  For all of you asking who this is a drawing of, its no one in particular, I’m just using an image I found on the internet as a loose reference for just shading and placement and things like that. So, right now I’m coloring out of my knowledge of shading skin because I’ve done it so many times. [23:15]  Oh Alexa, I’m currently a senior. [26:22]  Oh Alison, yes I am blending with different colored pencils instead of using any kind of blending utensil. I know that Prismacolor makes a colorless blender pencil. However I don’t have that and the things I’ve heard about it, they aren’t too great. So I don’t know if I’d ever get one because I’m pretty comfortable with just using other pencils to blend colors together. However, one solution to blending if you don’t have any fancy blending tool, are these gum erasers, I don’t remember where I got this one but you can get them at craft stores and on Amazon. They’re very common, for me using them with graphite, it doesn’t always go so well and it kind of just mixes the graphite, smears it and it’s kind of weird. I don’t know what their intended purposes were, but a friend showed me that you can actually use these two blend colored pencils together and surprisingly enough that works. It moves around the pigment and blends out with each other, which is kind of neat. It’s an easy way to blend something if you really need it. But personally I use other pencils to blend colors in with each other. [29:08]  Excuse me as I sharpen my pencil. Another piece of advice whenever using prismacolor pencils, whenever you’re looking for a sharpener, don’t buy the plastic ones that you can find in school supplies aisles. [29:21]  Those are good for regular wooden pencils that you would use at school, [29:26] but not for colored pencils. Because a lot of times those sharpeners aren’t the best quality and they’ll end up eating up your pencil and it would equate to wasted pigments and since these colors are expensive, you don’t really want to do that.  So I’d recommend getting a metal pencil sharpener. These work a lot better than the plastic ones. You can find them at craft stores and places like that. But the most efficient way of sharpening your Prisma colors would be with a blade like an exacto knife. No I don’t do that in these videos because, with the space I’m given right now, it’s kind of difficult to do that. Plus, this is a lot more convenient for the sake of these videos. It saves a lot of time but using a blade is definitely the most efficient way that reduces waste. So I would recommend doing that. If you’re younger and watching this be careful whenever you do that, get a parent to help you or something because you are using a blade, but if you can’t get a blade, definitely get yourself a metal pencil sharpener.  Be careful with the pencil sharpeners that come in kits alongside other pencils like graphite pencils, because sometimes the pencils that are thrown into those kits aren’t always the best. They’re just there as a bonus freebie, but they’re not always that good. So just be careful about that. It’s usually best to get a sharpener on its own. [31:03]  Kiya, I have not tried the Prismacolor sharpener. In fact, I didn’t know that [31:08]Prismacolor has a sharpener, I’d like to try it. I’m assuming that you can get it at craft stores alongside Prismacolors. So I’ll have to keep my eyes out for it next time I go to the craft store. Okay, now I’m going to color in the lips. To do this, I’m going to use the basic skin tone color that I’ve been using. Then after that, I’m going to add in other colors to blend it because there’s no prismacolor pencils that I own that has the correct lip color that I want. So to do that, I’m going to take some [31:41] crimson red and go over the peach color [31:57] and I’m going to blend it in with the peach again by going over the red with peach. This is how you essentially mix your own colors. It really is just different layers of blending. However it works really well and it helps you get colors that you really want and you may have to use a few layers of red or peach. So just keep applying colors until you get the color that you want. [32:46]  Whenever I’m shading lip colors, I always add just a small amount of brown to shade the lips because it makes the red less vibrant. It makes it more subtle which looks nice with the face and I color the top a bit darker than the lower one because just like in natural light settings in a lot of pictures that I look at the upper lip is just a bit darker. [33:46]  Tiffany, yes teeth are a lot harder to draw than anything else. Fortunately, you can hide teeth most of the time whenever drawing portraits because you just have them with a closed smile or closed mouth expression. In fact, one of the recent paintings I’ve made, I do have teeth in it, but it’s [34:06 ] very small. So I didn’t have to do too much detail on them. I feel like the biggest problem I have with teeth is I over detail them and they look kind of freaky. Whereas I think if you leave out a lot of detail, the lines that separate each tooth, it may look a bit nicer because if you overdo the detail on that it may look kind of scary. That’s how it is in my experience with drawing teeth. But teeth are really difficult to draw. [35:14] That’s a good question from you guys in the comments, “what color is the hair going to be?” I was going to let you guys in the comment section decide on what color the hair should be. So by the end of the video, hopefully I’ll see a lot of comments regarding what hair color you guys think this person should be. From your suggestions, I’ll pick one that I really like, so give me ideas. Last time I did this, we ended up with a starry night here, not like Van Gogh Starry Night, but just like a night sky themed hair. That was really pretty, I like the way that it turned out. It was a lot of fun painting all the little stars on that. If you guys missed that video, you can go back to the video archive and find it or just scroll down on the page. Well that might take a while. But if you go to the videos tab and you scroll down, you should find it easier that way. [36:39]  Vivian, in my experience with Prismacolors, the pencil doesn’t really smear whenever I work with it and I know that some people, they’ve had experience with it smearing, but for me, I’ve never had any problems with that. I mean, the graphite around the picture may smear like my hand gets stained with some graphite occasionally, but rarely do the Prisma colors stain my hands or smear. [39:54]  Melissa, the colors I used for the lips were peach, crimson red and some more dark umber.

How to Color a Face Part 2 Instructions

Hello, it’s Natalie again and tonight I’m going to be finishing the piece from last night. I colored the skin, eyes, and everything on the face [0:09 ]last night. So if you want to see that video, go to the videos tab working on this page and scroll down. It should be fairly easy to find since it was from last night. But [0:19] tonight I’ll be coloring the hair for it, and you guys request, you all chose red hair. So I will be coloring her [0:26] hair a red color. I saw lots of people say they want to do fire red, or some just said red or orange. So we’ll see how it turns out. I can’t guarantee a specific shade of red because I’ll be layering and so from there I will see what looks best. [0:44]  Right now I’m sharpening my red [0:47 ]to begin on the hair. [0:53]  If you guys have questions, please feel free to ask. [0:56]I will try to look up and answer whenever I can. [1:12]  Okay, I’m going to begin by erasing some of these excess pencil marks. Not too much though because I want to see where some of [1:19] the curls were. I’ll start with this strand of [1:24] curl right here. I’m using poppy red to put down a base color [1:32] and I’ll add more colors later. [2:03]  The thing that makes coloring red hair somewhat simple is the fact that having red hair, I mean [2:08 ]curly hair is the fact that the hair is broken into strands [2:13] of waves or curls, so you can color each of those segments separately. Unlike straight hair, which is kind of like one [2:20 ]big piece that can be really difficult to color but curly and wavy hairs are somewhat easier because it’s in segments. [2:50]  I think the red hair was a good choice by you guys because it contrasts with the green eyes [2:55] and just really nice to look at. [2:59]  One tip I have for you guys whenever you’re coloring, when you want to choose colors or something and you don’t know what to pick, look at different color combinations. You can learn about them online, look up something along the lines of ‘contrast, contrasting colors or complementary colors’. You can find colors that go really well together. Now green and red are an example too because they’re opposites on the [3:23] color wheel. So naturally, they go pretty well together. [4:00]  By the way, the pencils I’m using are Prismacolor colored pencils. You can purchase them at craft stores such as Hobby Lobby and Michaels, but you can also find them on Amazon. [4:11]  If you decide to go to Michaels or Hobby Lobby to purchase these, [4:15] make sure you look online for the coupon first because those stores almost always have a coupon on their website. [4:21] It’s usually for 40% off, which can save you a ton of money whenever you’re purchasing art supplies and this coupon usually goes for any item in the store. [4:30]  So even if you’re not going to buy colored pencils, still look at their coupons, because you’ll save a lot. I can’t go to Hobby Lobby or Michaels [4:38] without a coupon. [6:49]  Someone in the comments asked if it matters, where you start or what direction the color goes on. I’d say this, where you start doesn’t really matter, but the direction that you color whenever you’re coloring hair, [7:01] it’s really important to go in the same direction and make the direction be the flow of the hair. So, [7:08] think of it as you’re creating little strands of hair flowing downwards. Now you don’t have to [7:13] start at the top and go to the bottom each time but [7:17] try to work in the same direction. Don’t color side to side with hair, hair always goes downwards. So make sure you’re making strokes with your pencil [7:25] that go downwards. [8:12]   I see a lot of you guys are asking if I’ll give her freckles. I know I saw those comments a lot last night. I think maybe I should add freckles at the end. If I have a lot of time leftover, hair takes a really long time to color. So I don’t know how much time we’ll have left. That’s why I made the hair in a separate video tonight because I couldn’t have done it in 30 minutes last night. [8:32]  Hair does take a long time. That’s why in the previous hair videos I’ve done I’ve always made the hair very simple [8:39] and like one color painted. But whenever you’re actually coloring each [8:43] bit of hair with a pencil, you can take a really long time. [10:06]  I don’t know if I mentioned it in this video yet, but the paper that I’m using is toned [10:10] gray paper by Strathmore. You can purchase this at the same place that you can find Prismacolors, which is Hobby Lobby, Michaels and on Amazon. However, whenever you go to Hobby Lobby do keep in mind that the coupon may not always apply on this item because they typically have the paper on sale ahead of time and you cannot combine the coupon with sale items. But the papers are already really cheap. So I would encourage you to try out this toner very paper. If you haven’t already. I think you’d be really surprised at how neat this paper actually is. Because it really makes the colors pop out and it gives you this nice neutral gray background, [10:47] which is a nice change from the typical white paper. [11:52]  Samantha yes, I first apply the lighter colors and then I use the darker colors. However this probably won’t be the lightest color, this is more of a [12:01] neutral color. [12:02]  The lightest parts I’ll come in with white and I use that to create the shine in the hair. And to make the hair darker in the places that it should be I’ll be using browns and blacks [12:14] and a darker red color. [13:02]  Erica, I wouldn’t say that I was born knowing how to draw because to get where I am today, it took years of practice and hours and hours of drawing. So, really, I don’t think anyone is born knowing how to draw like this. You have to practice, lots and lots and lots, and you have to learn. So it was definitely a learning effort and it’s the result of practice and learning. So for all you guys that are looking to draw, just remember you got to practice a lot, but that’s okay because drawing should be fun. [14:43]  Brandy, if you want to see drawings other than people you can see animal drawings and food drawings if you click on the Quirky Momma video tab and scroll down. You’ll see some of the other drawings that I’ve done. But I will say that people, it’s my most favorite thing to draw. [17:47]  Someone asked, “How old were you when you started drawing?” I was in middle school when I got really serious about drawing. So it was really early middle school that I started to draw [17:57] a lot. [17:59]  If you want to see some of the pieces from my past and my old sketchbooks that I’ve made, you can check out a video I did a couple nights ago here on Quirky Momma. If you go to the videos tab you can find it. Yeah, I think [18:12] it was from Tuesday night, so it shouldn’t be too hard to find. [18:16]  I hope you guys go watch that. I don’t know if you did already but I highly recommend you watching it if you want to learn more about my [18:23] my evolution as an artist, I guess. [18:26]  I basically just go through my old sketchbooks and my old artwork, and I talk about it and you can really see [18:31] how my style has evolved and my focus and everything. [18:40]  Andrea, I can do commission work. If you’re interested in it please send me a private message on Instagram and if you don’t have Instagram, you can send a private message to the Quirky Momma Facebook page and they will forward it to me. Just make sure that you leave your email address in the message. [19:46]I know that this was somewhat discussed earlier but do you guys want freckles on this or not? I know that last night you guys were talking about it, and I saw a few comments about it right now and I’m considering it. But I’m not entirely sure so I want to get you guys’ opinion.  [23:55]Okay, now I’m going to use crimson red to come in with a darker red color and I’ll be covering a lot of the darker shaded hair that’s behind some of the [24:05] frontal curls. This is where the hair would normally be darker. So instead of putting down a base coat there, [24:11] I’m just going to go straight in with the darker red and I’ll do so on the left side as well. [25:35]  After I finished putting down some of the base coat, you guys will then see me shade in each of these [25:42] curl strands. It can be a lot of fun doing it but it is very time consuming [25:48] for me. Sometimes I lose interest whenever I’m coloring hair because there’s just so much of it. [25:53] It seems to all be the same. It’s hard to stick with it sometimes but in the end, you can get something that looks really cool. [26:00] That’s why I personally like to make my hair really abstract and I guess, not realistic. That’s just my preference but for all of you that really like realistic hair on your drawings, I’m making this video for you showing you how to shade hair because sometimes it can be really challenging. [26:27]  This pencil keeps breaking. [27:56]  Audrey, I was just thinking about that, it does look like Meredith I think that’s her name from Brave, [28:03] I don’t really remember that movie too much. I think I watched a little bit of it but I don’t think I actually finished watching that movie. I don’t know why. [28:38]  One thing that I’m experiencing right now as I color in the hair is [28:42] I have this sudden urge to just go in and perfectly shade one of the strands of curls. But I know I need to finish coloring in the base coats here, because for the sake of this video I want to keep it very neat for you guys and organized. I try my best to do that. But sometimes I just feel like I have to go color something on the other side of the page. [29:02]It just happens kind of naturally for me, [29:05] it’s like a sudden urge to color something else on the page. And I guess I just go with it. But for this, I kind of wanna keep it more organized for you guys, so if you see me go off on the other side of the page, I’m sorry. [29:26]  Okay, I’m going to start shading in the hair now. So [29:36] with these strands of curls, it may be difficult to see because they are all little reddish orange right now. But for example, [29:43] this one strand right here, I’m going to start with this one. Imagine each strand of curls [29:50] as its own object. So you want to shade it independently. So what I’m going to do here is starting on the right side of it, [29:59] I’m going to add a bit of a darker red. [30:20]  Whenever the curl goes inwards, like right here, for example, here’s going up and then down and up and then down. [30:29 ]Wherever they go down, I’m going to shade it darker right there. [30:34]  It’s going to be dark right here. [30:37] But wherever it goes up, I’m going to make it lighter with white, which we’ll do in just a moment. [30:54]  Of course, I’m going to come back in with some poppy red, to blend it. [31:06]  Here’s the white, right there, we’re gonna add a touch of it [31:12] and since these strands are made up of individual strands of hair, but just together. [ 31:20]  Don’t just color a circular pattern, almost like a reflection that you’d see on a solid object. But feel free to take your pencil and make little lines down the group of hair. Whenever you use white to make it shine, always, you want to be able to see the lines because it helps texture the hair. So I’m extending the lines outwards into the other part of the curl. [31:58]  Instead of using black, I’m going to use Tuscan red, which is the dark brown, but it has a red tint to it. This can help me shade in the darker parts, but it’s not too dark and it blends in really nicely with the other reds. [32:29]  Okay, look, yes, that’s how the light hits it. I mean, this isn’t an absolute situation where it’s like this all the time but this, I consider it to be, like a standard lighting where the light is like somewhat above her but [32:44] almost like near her forehead but a bit higher. [32:48]  Here the curls whenever they go up, they move outwards from the head and they’re closer to the light. So they reflect the light whereas the parts that go downwards, they’re also shadowed by the curls that go upwards. Now it can be a little difficult to explain because we [33:04] are  talking about individual pieces of hair and their position on the head and everything. But [33:09] in general, yes, just because the light hits the top of it and the bottom, the likenesses. [33:17] I’m also going to use a little bit of black. [33:32]  Again, whenever you’re shading here, you want to be able to see some of the lines because it helps texture the hair, so don’t worry about blending it too much because if you blend it way too much, it will look like a solid color. But in reality, these are clumps of hair so you want to be able to see all the hairs. [36:18]  I really appreciate the Pokemon GO discussion in the comments. I got that App last night and I was able to leave the house this morning, [36:26] not this morning, this afternoon with it and it was a lot of fun catching Pokemon in my car. [36:33]  I know that for some people they’ve been experiencing server difficulties. Like when I was at the store earlier, it told me that the servers were down or having issues, but I tried to try it again later and it worked. [38:25]  Andre, if you’re not really into Pokemon, I would still definitely give Pokemon GO a shot. It’s a lot of fun and the way that it uses your phone’s GPS services is really creative and it’s a neat concept. So really, I recommend everyone to try it. It’s number one in the app store right now. So that’s pretty good. Pssst…check out our Crazy hair day ideas

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