How to lighten your hair naturally

vendredi 14 août 2015
These methods work best on hair colors that are not very dark, and it will take several tries to see lightening ( depending on your current hair color), but it’ll get there!


Honey: on already wet hair, slather as much raw honey as needed to cover you hair from root to tip. really work it in. cover your hair and let it sit for a couple hours to overnight. Then rinse with cool water.
Chamomile: make a very, very strong batch of chamomile tea and use it as a rinse on dry hair. catch what runs out and re-rinse a few times. Let your hair air dry, preferably in the sunshine. rinse well with water. There should be no immediate need to condition from this method.
Cinnamon: when mixed into a paste (either with your favorite all-natural conditioner or with raw honey), cinnamon acts as a lightening agent on hair. Mix a couple tablespoons into your conditioner or honey to form a thick paste and apply it to damp hair. Let it sit for a couple hours, preferably drying in sunshine.
Lemons: juice a lemon or two, and mix it with 1/4 amount of water (ex: if you have 1 cup of lemon juice, mix it with a 1/4 cup of water). Put the mix into a spray bottle and spray away on dry hair. Let your hair dry in the sunshine. Rinse with water only after and condition.
Sunshine – with spring and summer fast approaching, be sure to let your locks soak up the rays! Sunshine has a natural bleaching effect on hair.
Lemon juice & chamomile tea: make a strong pot of chamomile tea and add the juice of lemons (for every 2 cups of tea, use the juice from 1 lemon). On dry hair, either spray or rinse the mix throughout your hair. Let it sit for a couple hours, preferably letting it dry in the sun.
Cinnamon, honey, & lemon: for every tablespoon of raw honey needed to cover your hair, add 1 tablespoon distilled water (low mineral content), 1 teaspoon cinnamon, and 1 tablespoon lemon juice. mix well. Apply this to damp hair and let it sit for a couple hours to overnight (wrap hair in saran wrap and then a t-shirt). If you’re not leaving it in overnight, let your hair dry in the sun.


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