Hair dye has long been used by women who are unsatisfied with their natural hair color.
However, what most fail to realize is that most hair dyes contain cancerous chemicals and materials.
That is why it is better to use organic hair dye, or hair dye that was produced with natural ingredients, without the addition of chemicals.
Here are a number of recipes for making your own organic and healthy hair dye.
How to Make an Organic Hair Dye for Brown Hair
Take around 20 walnuts, crush them and cut the insides into smaller chunks. Grind the walnuts, add some boiling water and stir until you get a homogenous mixture. Apply the mixture with a soft brush and leave it for 20 minutes. Wash your hair afterwards and rinse with some vinegar to preserve the color.
How to Make an Organic Hair Dye for Light brown hair
Take one-two onions and peel them. You need to fill around a half of cup with the peel and then add around half a cup of ground oak bark. Pour a liter of hot water and cook it for about 50-60 minutes. Leave it to cool off and apply to your hair. After 45 minutes wash your hair and rinse with some vinegar to preserve the color.
How to Make an Organic Hair Dye for golden – blonde hair
Take around 0,1 kg of dry chamomile flowers and cook them in 1 liter of water. Drain the flowers and leave the dye to cool off. Apply the dye on your hair and leave it for about 20 minutes. Afterwards wash your hair and rinse with some vinegar to preserve the color.
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How to Make an Organic Hair Dye for Red Hair
Take one beet (not too large) and cut it into smaller chunks. Boil the chunks in some water and leave it to cool off. Add some more beet slices and leave it to soak up the color from the bits. Drain your dye and apply it to your hair. After 15-20 minutes wash your hair and rinse it with vinegar to preserve the color.
Getting a strong red hue depends on how light is your hair. If your hair is light, then you’ll get a good color from the first try, however, if you have a darker hue, try repeating the process until you get your desired color.
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