How to Use Natural Hair Dye: 4 Fabulous Ways
Chemicals can be harsh but that doesn't mean you should forget about coloring your hair altogether! Dye your hair the natural way using ingredients you can find in your kitchen or at the grocery store for a new look that will keep your hair healthy and nourished.
Try a bold new color without destroying your hair by using all natural hair dye. Most of the ingredients you need are right in your kitchen pantry and if you don't have something on hand, picking something up at the grocery store is a lot easier (and cheaper!) than heading to the salon. So the next time you're in the mood to try something new, test out one of these easy DIY methods.
Drinking tea may have an overwhelming number of health benefits on its own, but you can also use tea to dye your hair. Use this guide by Hello Glow to figure out which kind of tea would work for you—either chamomile, black or rooibos tea—and have a fun new color to show off this season.
The Indian Spot
Take your hair a shade darker with this nourishing and healthy homemade hair dye. Coffee helps to soften and hydrate your hair while also adding dimension and depth of color. Tip: This DIY method is ideal for brunettes wishing to go a shade or two darker.
3. Lemon and Raw Honey
Add dimension to your hair by creating this natural lemon and honey spray. The ingredients work with the sun to add highlights to your 'do in no time, making it a perfect summer update.
Henna Hair Dyes, in Caca Marron, $28, LUSH
If you want to take the natural route but you don't want to have to mix ingredients or find the perfect recipe, try a henna hair dye from LUSH cosmetics. It comes in four shades and at less than $30 a pop, it won't cost a fortune to get a new look this summer. See how to use it here (don't worry, it's a lot easier than you think!)
Have you tried any other natural hair dyes? Let us know in the comment field below!