DIY Hair Dye

May 6, 2017 12:47 pm
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Commercial hair dyes are loaded with chemicals and cause serious damage to the hair. Therefore, it is always wise to choose a more trusted & natural form of coloring your hair. Watch how you can make ♥hair dye♥ using natural ingredients available in your kitchen! Click here to subscribe. Check other awesome ♥♥♥ ORGANIC MAKEUP ♥♥♥ videos:

 

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DIY Hair Dye:

Benefits:

• Conditions the hair
• Adds more volume & shine to the hair
• Makes the hair manageable & tangle free
• Is free of any side effects
• Helps control dandruff

DIY hair dye using black tea:

Black tea acts as a natural dye for black hair and the caffeine in black tea blocks DHT, a hormone which is responsible for hair loss

1. Brew two cups of black tea
2. Rinse your hair with it when the tea is warm enough
3. Take out the excess tea water from the hair
4. Now let the tea settle in your hair for 3-4 hours
5. Then rinse it with cold water
6. You will notice visible change in your hair color after 4-5
times of application of this remedy

DIY hair dye using chamomile tea:

Chamomile tea is a wonderful hair lightener. It also effectively eliminates dandruff & soothes irritated scalp

1. Brew 2 cups of strong chamomile tea
2. Add ½ cup of fresh lemon juice to it
3. Mix the ingredients well
4. Store it in a bottle
5. Shake well before each use
6. Apply it to your hair& leave it for 2 hours
7. Then rinse your hair with cold water
8. You can use this several times a week until you get the
desired color
9. This remedy works best when applied to hair before exposing
it to the sun

Tips:

• Always rinse your hair with cold water to make sure that the
hair color lasts longer

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These remedies are based on the principles of Ayurveda, the ancient Indian science of healing, and are completely natural, non-invasive, and can be prepared at home. Consult your doctor if the symptoms persist. Refer to the terms of use on our website

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