You are often told here that nature is well done because it provides for all our needs, in particular for hair coloring & hair dying.
To color your hair naturally, say goodbye to chemical industrial colorations.
• Chemical hair dying is achieved by a process involving ammonia and hydrogen peroxide, known as oxidation.
• The effect of this process is to spread the scales of the hair, thus penetrating synthetic pigments into the fiber and dying it.
• The hair fiber comes out very damaged and the scalp often irritated.
Natural hair coloring is obtained by means of natural pigments that do not penetrate into the hair fiber. They simply cover the scales, forming a colored sheath that is gradually eliminated, over the many shampoos you take it through.
Among the 5 following recipes, you will certainly find the one that suits you best:
Black tea will darken the natural color of your hair. To do this, you just have to boil 1 liter of water, to add 200g (7 oz) of black tea.
• Boil 30 minutes, let infuse overnight.
• Filter the mixture
• rinse your hair with this mixture after each shampoo.
The walnut husk comes from the fleshy envelope that surrounds the shell of the walnut. This powder is easily found on the market at a low price and allows to darken the hair efficiently.
• mix 50 gr of walnut nut powder with 50g of neutral henna
• dilute with 350ml of water
• Then apply as a mask to your hair.
• let sit for 1 to 3 hours depending on the intensity you want and rinse thoroughly.
To give a darker hue to light hair, try the coffee.
Simply proceed like this:
• mix 1 cup of past coffee (espresso)
• 1 volume of honey and 1 volume of white vinegar.
• Apply this preparation to wet hair after shampooing.
• Allow 15 to 20 minutes and then rinse.
More delicate and surprising, this recipe can also cover white hair.
In a bowl, dilute 1 cup of cocoa powder with 1 cup of honey. Brush your hair with this preparation and leave for 1 hour, then rinse.
Sage is also the ally of your hair and will hide your white/grey hair. The mixture is prepared similarly as for black tea
• Boil 1 liter of water
• add 200g of sage leaves and leave on stove for 30mn.
• As soon as it is cold, you can use it.
Unlike black tea, this decoction applies before the shampoo: leave on your hair 30mn then wash.