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Just be aware that, if her hair is super-light, the "temporary" dye might not wash out completely. A very fair colored friend of mine discovered this, to his dismay, one year after Halloween (we were in high school at the time.) I strongly recomend testing a strand of hair- including attempts to wash it out- before doing her whole head.
I wouldn't let my own kids use hair dye because of an extreme sensitivity to dyes in general- even "food safe" dyes are poison for them. But if your DD doesn't have this problem, then hair dying might be physically safe for her. And if she's been asking for 2 whole years...
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