Fashion And Beauty

To cover gray hair, use natural, chemical-free hair dye

Why use chemical hair dyes when you can make your own natural hair color at home that won’t make your hair frizzy or coarse? Due to the moral and stereotyped implications as well as the way it strips us of our true color and authenticity, hair coloring, particularly unusual hair colors, is frowned upon, particularly in Indian society. We do, however, offer a few quick and simple at-home formulas that can still leave your hair silky and smooth and give you the desired salon color finish. It is highly recommended to conduct a patch test because the outcomes of these hair colors greatly depend on your natural hair color. In order to bleach your hair naturally before coloring it, use lemon. a dye made of beets To give the beets a purplish-burgundy look, chop them into tiny pieces and combine with 1 teaspoon honey and 1 teaspoon coconut oil in a bowl. Beetroots’ vivid color is well recognized, but they also help increase blood flow to the scalp, making hair appear healthier and more bouncy. To give the mixture a smoother texture, strain it into a jar. Simply leave the mixture in place for 60 minutes to achieve silky, purple-tinged hair at home, and then rinse it out with a gentle shampoo and conditioner.

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