Natural hair color dyes - Five Remedies

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Natural hair color dyes
Are you looking for all natural hair color dyes? if so, you are in luck , there are several natural hair color dyes that will gently tint or color the hair. Made from natural spices, plant extracts and
essential oils these dyes can make changes to your hair shaft gradually. The effect is cumulative, so you won’t notice much difference the first few days. Repeat the process until desired color is reached.

Blond hair dyes
For a stronger and faster effect, use the following remedies. These remedies make your hair very blonde, easy to work with and not yellowy/brassy at all.

Saffron rosemary and sage
If you have gray patches and want to dye them to match your natural blonde look then use saffron which will dye them blonde. Leave it in your hair under a shower cap for 30 minutes. Alternatively use sage and rosemary – make a thick tea from these and then let it rest in your hair for 20-30 minutes before washing out.

If you start with dark color , the process will be long and time consuming but you’ll gradually get there.

Chamomile and lemon juice
Add two tablespoons of fresh lemon juice to 2 cups of strong chamomile tea. Shampoo your hair and then rinse with tea, rubbing it in. Cover your hair with a shower cap to let it soak for 30 minutes. Let it dry in sun. Then remove the hair cap and rinse your hair out. For faster results repeat 2-3 times per week. You can also add 1/2 cup strong calendula tea (optional and will produce more golden tones)

Pineapple juice and rhubarb
Mix up mashed organic Rhubarb with 4 oz pineapple juice. Let the mixture soak into your hair and let your hair dry in the sun.

Cinnamon and yogurt
Mix 4 tablespoons Cinnamon with 8 oz yogurt. Message into hair and let it soak for 30 minutes.

Red Hair Dyes
So which ingredients make up the flaming red hair dye? one of the most common ingredient is henna leaves, then there are carrot juice, lemon juice, rosehips and marigold. Try these remedies to give your hair a natural red color.

Henna and lemon juice
Mix henna with lemon juice, Cassia Obovata (blonde plant), olive oil, eggs and vitamin E oil, and apply it to the


Five Remedies Page 2 of 4 scalp and hair. black tea with apple cider vinegar The simplest black hair dye is to use strong organic tea or coffee (black of course) with a few pinches of apple cider vinegar. Strain off the flowers and store in the fridge. Sage tea Boil down 1/2 cup of dry organic Sage in 2 cups of water. The easiest thing is to make it part of your hair care routine if you want continual red hair.. but if you’ve got blonde hair then 4-5 hours should be enough.Natural hair color dyes . Carrot and beet juice For red hair dye you can use one part beet juice with one part carrot juice and apply this to your hair and allow it to dry in the sun. To make up a herbal decoction add one cup of herbs to 500 ml of rain water. Repeat daily until desired shade is maintained and then every few days to maintain. Wear shower cap while you get some sun. Dry hair in the sun if possible. Prepare a solution of the following herbs to suit your desired hair color. Brunette or black hair dyes To darken your hair and enhance the shine for creating low-lights. mix together 2 http://fiveremedies. No need for sun this time. in your shampoos or rubbed into the hair and scalp. so extended use over time will create a more vibrant red. Use these dyes to darken your hair – use to make brown hair darker or go from blonde to brunette. Let this cool down and apply to your hair before sitting with a shower cap for 20 minutes. Strain and massage into your hair. Marigold calendula and hibiscus Boil 2 cups of water and simmer with 1/2 cup calendula or marigold and 2 tbsp hibiscus for at least half an hour. The effects are cumulative. Make sure to let it cool down though first of course. The herbs in this mix are also great for getting rid of dandruff and for increasing hair growth These will create a red/dark strawberry blonde tint in lighter hair and an auburn tint in darker hair. Boil the husks in water for fifteen minutes and again allow to cool before applying using the same method as the 29-May-13 . Leave in for 40 minuets and rinse. bring to the boil and leave over night. Wrap it up with a shower cap and a towel and leave it on for about five to six hours. Strain and use the solution either as a hair rinse. Use as a final hair rinse at the end of each shower. Rosehips Another option is to buy some rosehips from your local health store. You can also try this variation of the sage tea. Boil these in water to make a strong tea and then apply this to your hair and let it sit for 20 minutes. Walnut husk Another one to use is walnut husks and water. you can try the following organic ways to get darker.

Leave in until next shampoo. Auburn tint http://fiveremedies. use oil at least once a week for best results. Remove from heat and when cool. It will also improve hair growth and tone and texture of the hair. Apply to the roots of the hair 4-5 times a week. john’s wort st. cover with olive oil and store for 3 months. Strain and massage into hair. allow to steep overnight. especially if you have dry or color treated hair. 1/4 cup Rosemary Leaf. 1/4 cup Sage Leaf in 2. This will create VERY DARK hair. Spray or brush into hair about an hour before showering each day. Valerian Valerian. It will also provide the darkest coverage for gray hair. Repeat daily or as needed to darken and maintain dark shade. Give a your hair a natural tint Following herbs can help you give a natural tint to your hair. put 1/4 cup of Black Walnut Powder in a tea bag or cheesecloth bag and steep in 3 cups of water in a quart mason jar for at least 6 hours or overnight. Use as a rinse in the shower for hair and dry in the sun if 29-May-13 . Black walnut tea For very dark hair. Can also use as a rinse and leave on at the end of each shower. boiled in oil to produce black bye. Walnut shells and black tea Boil down 1/3 cup walnut shells. of dried sage and black tea. Cherry bark and black tea Steep a strong tea from black tea leaves and cherry bark. 3 black tea bags in 2 1/2 cups of water. Cover with a shower cap and leave it on for 2 hours. cover with 1 liter of boiling water.Natural hair color dyes . strain and massage oil into scalp and comb through the hair.5 cups of water in a small pan for at least 30 minutes or until water is very dark. Use strong brewed black tea as a final rinse to darken any color hair. Let steep until the color is as dark as it can get. strain and add 3 tbsp of rum to preserve mixture. john’s wort can produce a black dye Nettle rosemary and sage leaf tea Simmer 1/4 cup Nettle Leaf. This is also nourishing for the hair and will provide a temporary darkening effect on most hair types.Five Remedies Page 3 of 4 heaped tbsp. St. then once or twice a week for maintenance. then shampoo as normal. Green orange and olive oil darkening grey hair: thinly peel 6 green oranges. strain herbs out using cheesecloth. Massage into clean hair and leave in until next shampoo. Shampoo and rinse with apple cider vinegar. Repeat as necessary to get desired shade and sun-dry if possible. Store mix in the fridge.

Massage into hair.Five Remedies Page 4 of 4 henna bush leaves can be stewed for bright auburn tint Blond tint purple willow herb can be used to produce a blond tint Red Tints If you want to add a reddish tint to your hair or bring out your natural red highlights.Natural hair color dyes .com/hair-care/natural-hair-color-dyes/ 29-May-13 . Hibiscus Tea Boil 3 Hibiscus tea bags down in 2 cups of water until you have 1 to 1/2 cup of liquid. you can try the following: Carrot and beet juice Mix 1/2 cup organic Beet juice and 1/2 cup carrot juice. This can also be left in until your next shampoo. Strain and massage into hair. Rose hips Boil 1 cup rose hips in 2 cups of water. http://fiveremedies. Strain and add 1 cup of red wine. Marigold flowers Boil down 1/3 cup crushed marigold flowers in 2 cups water. Message into hair and let sit for one hour. Can be left in until next shampoo. Massage into hair and leave in for 30 minuets.

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