Homemade Tips for Hair Dyes
Use henna powder, about 4-5 tablespoons if you only want to apply it around the gray area, and more if you want to apply it all over the scalp. Make a thin paste of henna powder by adding lemon juice, a tablespoon of cottage cheese, a teaspoon of coffee powder (optional), the water from the tea leaves, and the previously prepared amla mixture. Add to this mixture ½ a teaspoon of mustard oil to avoid dryness. Leave this mixture in an iron container for about 2 hours. During the winter season, add a finely ground paste of 2 cloves to escape the cold. Apply the mixture carefully to the hair, completely covering the grey. Leave it on for about 3 or 4 hours. (Some prefer to keep it overnight.) Then rinse with water.
Mix the coffee powder in the water and use the water to make a henna paste. Beat the egg yolk and mix it with the henna. Add brandy as well. Apply the paste and leave it to work for 3-4 hours before rinsing with warm water.
If your aim is to cover the grey hair, try making a mixture of rosemary and sage. Mix the ingredients in water and let it simmer for half an hour. After cooking, remove the pan from the heat and let the mixture simmer for a few hours. Apply it to the hair and let it dry completely. Then wash and rinse the hair with your normal shampoo. When it is dry, you will see the result. If you want your hair to be darker, make another mixture, and repeat the process.
Take 3 parts of litharge and 2 parts of quicklime, mix well and store the shampoo in a tightly closed bottle. When you use it, mix it with water or milk, apply it to the hair and cover it with a cap of oil for 5 or 6 hours.
All I can think of is peroxide and lye for blondes, but both are not as good for your hair. Turnip juice tends to stain your hands, but it will probably turn your hair purple and come out the next time you wash it.
Dishwashing soap can effectively remove hair dye stains, especially when mixed with baking soda or lemon juice. Simply rub the area until the stains fade. If you want to be a redhead, consider using Kool-Aid for your home hair dye. Depending on how you do it, you will get a very vibrant red shade. Mix the powder with a little water and apply it to the hair. Let the mixture rest on the hair. The timing depends on how much light you want the color to be. You can apply this mixture again if you want the red to be a darker shade.
The milk mask is the easiest and cheapest mask. Moisten some cotton wool with milk and rub it on your face. Avocado is a natural moisturizer. Break the flesh of the avocado into a creamy texture. Massage the mask into the face and neck. Leave on for 15 minutes and wash gently. The best face mask produced contained fresh pineapple, organic oats, and acacia honey. Take 3 tablespoons of oatmeal and mix it into a fine powder. Add 1 tablespoon of honey and 3 large slices of pineapple cut into small pieces. Mix until a fine paste is obtained. Apply with a mask brush and let it stand for fifteen minutes, it may cause slight tingling, but it’s okay. Rinse with warm water.
Color Your Hair Naturally At Home – 100 % Natural Burgundy Color With Henna !!
Today I am sharing How to Color Your Hair Naturally At Home. Many people want to color their hair with an extra colored tint like burgundy, red, maroon, etc., but they don’t want to use chemicals or dyes.
SO, I am sharing a natural way to color your hair burgundy or red with natural ingredients. 100 % Natural Burgundy Color with Henna pack.
• Henna powder, as per your hair length
• Amla powder
• Beetroot juice
• Egg (Optional)
1. Take henna powder in a bowl
2. Add 2 spoons of amla powder
3. Mix it well
4. Now add beetroot juice slowly in this powder until you get a smooth lump-free paste.
5. Cover it and leave it overnight.
6. Next day add 1 egg in this (It is optional) and mix it well.
Your pack is ready, apply this mask all over your tangled hair. Cover with a shower cap and leave it for 2 hours.
After 2 hours rinse your hair with plain water and let it dry. Apply oil on your dry hair and leave it for 1 night. You can shampoo your hair the next day.