Thursday, August 24, 2017

These Are The Best Natural Ways To Lighten Your Hair!

You don’t have to envy your blonde friends anymore. You don’t have to damage your hair by dyeing or bleaching in order to achieve natural locks on your chestnut colored hair, too. If you’re tired of being a brunette, here are 5 easy advices for you so you can lighten your hair in a natural way, using products that you already have in your kitchen!

Chamomile tea

If you have a very dark hair and you would like to give it a golden shine, some chamomile tea can help you. Fill a big cup with boiling water and leave the tea bag inside for 10 minutes. When the tea cools down, pour it over your clean hair and leave it overnight. Wash your hair thoroughly and repeat the procedure as much as you want. Chamomile is one of the mildest essential oils, so you may use it on colored hair, too without the fear of breaking. This tea is also good against dandruff.


Cut one lemon in half and separate thin pieces of hair that you’ll put the lemon on. You may also mix two tablespoons of lemon juice with a cup of hot water and cover your hair with that and then dry it on sunlight, which will help activate the lemon. After that, don’t forget to apply some nutrient mask on your hair, for example one that contains coconut oil, because the lemon juice can dry your hair.


If you’re afraid that you’re going to lighten your hair too much, it would be best to start treating it with a cinnamon mask, which makes changes the least visible. Mix a teaspoon of cinnamon with some water so you can get a paste. First, apply some regenerator on your hair and then the cinnamon paste. You’re your hair in a towel or a shower cap and leave it to rest for at least 6 hours and it would be best to leave it like that overnight. Wash your hair. Enjoy your lighter locks and wonderful smell!


Mix one unit of vodka with two units of soda water in a plastic sprinkler and spray your locks while you’re resting under the sunlight. When alcohol is mixed with sunrays, it penetrates inside the natural pigment of your hair. If you want a little refreshment during the summer days, prepare a double dosage!

Baking soda

Mix a teaspoon of baking soda with some water and apply the mixture once a month, after shampooing, in order to lighten your hair gradually and in a natural way. Baking soda is an alkaline ingredient that will penetrate inside the outer part of your hair, so don’t apply it if your hair is too damaged.

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